Rihanna made quite a statement in a custom-made red Alaia gown that despite its high neckline still had enough sheer paneling to let her flaunt her sexy side. The “Diamonds” singer said the showstopper was her first choice, explaining, “I like the A-line.”
Jennifer Lopez tried to skirt around this year's Grammy dress code by covering up on top and showing a whole lotta leg — take that, Angelina Jolie! — in her Anthony Vaccarello dress, which she paired with gold-accented heels, a cuff bracelet, and a slicked-back top knot. While it's not quite as racy as the infamous green Versace gown she wore at the 2000 Grammys, it's pretty close! Unfortunately, we can't help but think that at this point, she's trying a little too hard.
Even though this black-and-white Osman jumpsuit is sort of conservative for Beyoncé (and the Grammys!), we can't deny that she looks simply stunning. The 31-year-old singer accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, a Swarovski clutch, and a sleek long ponytail.