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#MetroStyleWatch: The Head-Turning Looks At The 61st Grammy Awards Red Carpet

Awards season continues with the 61st Grammy Awards, where some of the best in the music world got recognized for their talent and artistry. A lot of women, the likes of Cardi B (first woman to win best rap album as a solo artist) and Lady Gaga, (who won two Grammys for "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born") arrived with their style A-game—and we expected no less! 

READ: The Most Outrageous Looks We’ve Ever Seen On The Grammys Red Carpet

This year, celebrities opted to go the fasyon route—avoiding the outlandish and oftentimes weird ensembles that used to rule the Grammy Awards fashion show. With the exception of a few bright-hued ensembles, shades of shiny silver, white, and hues of pink seemed to be the color palette for this year's carpet. These flattering feminine gowns had their fair share of the spotlight, and we're carefully taking cues from trends we'll surely be seeing more of for the rest of awards season to come! Shimmer and shine? Check. Volume? Check. Plumage? Check! Scroll to see our favorite looks from the music world's biggest night:

 

Lady Gaga in Celine by Hedi Slimane


Photo: @billboard

 

Cardi B in a vintage 1995 Mugler creation


Photo: @iamcardib

 

Jlo in Ralph & Russo


Photos: @ralphandrusso

 

Dua Lipa in a silver gown and Bulgari jewels


Photo: @billboard

 

Dua Lipa in Versace Pin Dress


Photo: @dualipa

 

Anna Kendrick in Ralph & Russo


Photo: @ralphandrusso

 

Camilla Cabelo in Armani Prive


Photo: elitedaily.com


Photo: @billboard

 

Bebe Rexha in Monsoori


Photo: @justjared

 

Katy Perry in Balmain


Photo: @balmain

 

Kylie Jenner in Balmain


Photo: nytimes.com

 

Miley Cyrus in Mugler


Photo: @muglerofficial

 

Janelle Monae in Jean Paul Gaultier


Photo: nytimes.com


Lead photos from @dualipa, @energy106fm, and @justjared