These Gen-Z’ers Slayed The Carpet At The Grammys

From Grammy gold to classic red

From Grammy gold to classic red The Grammys was a star-studded event last night, from music to tributes and, of course, fashion. For decades we’ve looked to these award shows as personal mood boards for new looks we want to recreate or hairstyles to a complete outfit. Check out some of our favorite looks from our Zillennial stars.

Coco Jones

Coco Jones created a moment with her custom Zuhair Murad gown from the Spring/Summer 2023 collection. The dress is constructed with sequined tulle and a subtle thigh-high slit to show off her legs.


For first-time Grammy nominee, GloRilla stepped out in a Black and white shimmery ensemble complemented by a matching clutch. The “Tomorrow 2” rapper was all smiles as she made her debut on the red carpet.


Latto kept it simple in her custom Peter Dundas gown. Showing off her curves in a sheer pink look with her signature bombshell blonde hair, she gave all the “Big Energy” she exuded in her Grammy-nominated song.


H.E.R. wore a custom Bach Mai muted velvet Black gown with a transparent skirt around the legs styled by Wouri Vice.

Samara Joy

Samara Joy was one of the big winners last nights and wore an outfit styled by Carlton Jones. The Jazz singer wore a classic leather red dress designed by Laurence Basse.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat never misses her looks. The rapstress wore a Black latex Versace gown elevated by a low-cut hairstyle and rocked no brows for this captivating Grammy look.


Although SZA only came to present an award, she was a trending topic with her Mugler dress styled by Chloe and Chenelle Delgadillo making us all want to snatch this look off the racks.

Cardi B

Cardi B knows how to make a statement at the Grammys as she wore Indian Couturier designer Gaurav Gupta. The striking blue gown was perfectly manipulated to create abstract swirls throughout followed by a graceful train.

About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When she’s not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.

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