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The 2016 Grammy Looks You And Your Girl Should Steal

Or an excuse you can tell her if she asks why you're looking at an Ariana Grande photo for the 58th time today
by John Paulo Aguilera | Feb 16, 2016
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An awards night isn't just a time for the best body of work to be recognized, it's also a chance for the artists behind them to showcase their impeccable sense of style.

That's exactly what our favorite musicians and celebrities did on the red carpet at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, where they proved to be eye-catchers worthy of spots on Zoolander 3.

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Obviously, James Bay's signature hat belongs on the runway, accentuated here by a minimalistic bow-and-boots pair.

Justin Bieber wearing Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane certainly looked dapper, but it was his little brother Jaxon who stole the show. Safe to say, the siblings gave besties Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez a run for their money.

Meanwhile, Dave Grohl and the gang from Foo Fighters effortlessly nailed what we'd call the "Red Carpet, Don't Care" look. Rock on, gents!

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Of course, these adorable women more than did their best to thrill

Lady Gaga kicked things off with the ultimate David Bowie tribute, making like Ziggy Stardust in her custom blue Marc Jacobs tuxedo jacket, red-orange hair, and neon blue eye makeup. Mother Monster never fails to amaze us.

Ariana Grande went with the figure-hugging red gown by Romona Keveza, but might've regretted doing so after she literally had a hard time moving. Didn't stop her from being her usual scorching self, fortunately.

Selena and Taylor were easily the Couple of the Night with their equally revealing blue sequin Calvin Klein cutout and Atelier Versace crop top plus high-slit skirt respectively. The BFFs had each other as date that night, and we're not complaining.

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Zendaya had her own Bowie thing going, with a mullet homage to the late Starman. A crisp Dsquared2 tuxedo sealed the deal for the 19-year-old pop star's subtle tribute.

As for the other esteemed female guests, gowns remained to be the go-to get-up, though pants were also quite a popular choice:


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