Beyoncé’s one of the stars we always watch out for during award season. Aside from her notable career and personal accomplishments, the singer has a fierce presence that can be felt whenever she arrives on the scene. Over time, as Beyoncé has cemented her status as one of the IT women in Hollywood, her style has evolved.
While her look will always bear a hint of sexiness(namely, a plunging neckline here and there), Beyoncé has used fashion to make more than just a glamorous statement. The star’s ensembles have come to express deeper meaning, like her 2018 Grammys look, which was inspired by the Black Panther movement. The award show has become a place for her to experiment with self-expression by rocking special pieces, and they’ve all been truly unforgettable. Read on to see her past red carpet outfits at the Grammy Awards.
Beyoncé’s outfit for the 2018 Grammy Awards was inspired by the 1960s Black Panther movement. She wore a Nicholas Jebran velvet dress, which took over 100 hours to complete, and topped it off with a wide-brim hat, black Alain Mikli Le Matin sunglasses, and $6.8 million dollars worth of Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Her custom Lorraine Schwartz earrings made a dramatic statement.
She wore a body-hugging, custom Peter Dundas sequin dress on the red carpet.
Beyoncé glowed in a white gown that was actually also a wedding dress from Inbal Dror’s collection. She wore Lorraine Schwartz jewel drop earrings, and her Sergio Rossi heels peeked out from underneath the tulle hem.
The singer showed off her curves in a plunging neckline Proenza Schouler dress and wore Balenciaga shoes and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Beyoncé wore a lacy white Michael Costello gown that flared out into a mermaid style hem.
The back of her sheer gown was equal parts sexy and stunning.
The singer accessorized with go-to jeweler Lorraine Schwartz.
Beyoncé skipped the dramatic gown in 2013 in favor of a dual-colored Osman by Osman Yousefzada jumpsuit, which she wore with Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps.
She carried a black Swarovski clutch with crystal pavé borders and wore coordinating Lorraine Schwartz geometric bangles on each wrist.
The star wore a zipper-front Stéphane Rolland dress on the red carpet.
Her statement earrings were from Lorraine Schwartz.
The star channeled a then modern-day version of Cinderella in a blue sparkly Elie Saab dress.
Beyoncé wore a strapless satin Giorgio Armani Prive dress.
The singer walked the red carpet in an embroidered Elie Saab gown.
Beyoncé chose a black Roberto Cavalli dress with gold designs in 2005.
Beyoncé wore an elaborate gold gown with a halter-style neckline.
The singer and her Destiny’s Child crew all coordinated in green dresses to accept their Grammy Awards.
Beyoncé arrived with her Destiny’s Child crew in matching beige outfits. She wore a two-piece metallic fringe set.
By Karah Adu