Want an up-close look at the outfits worn by such stars as Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Silk Sonic and Jon Batiste at the Grammy Awards in April? You’re in luck! You can also check out outfits worn by such stars at Gloria Estefan and Mon Laferte at the Latin Grammys in November.
The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live in Los Angeles has refreshed its popular “On the Red Carpet” exhibit to display outfits worn on the red carpet or on stage at the 64th annual Grammy Awards on April 3 and the 22nd annual Latin Grammys on Nov. 18. Both shows were held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
“On the Red Carpet” has been a permanent exhibit at the Grammy Museum since it opened in 2008. But it has become more popular in recent years since the Grammy Museum had the bright idea to refresh it every year so the outfits on display were from the current awards cycle. Because Grammy fashion hits and misses receive virtually as much attention as Grammy performances and awards, this exhibit is a perennial hit.
The museum’s associate curator, Kelsey Goelz, curates the exhibit, which is located in the third floor gallery. Incidentally, the outfits go back to the artists’ teams after their year on display — either the artist directly, or the stylist, or the designer.
Here’s the official bio for the exhibit: “Some of the most significant, iconic — and, occasionally, outrageous — red carpet looks from the Grammy Awards’ history all in one place. On The Red Carpet showcases original clothing worn on the Grammy Red Carpet and on stage, illustrating the glitz and glamour of Music’s Biggest Night. The Grammy Awards red carpet has become a place for fashion designers to exhibit their most dazzling designs of the year, generating buzz alongside the highly anticipated performances and award ceremony.”
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