Harry Styles Grammys Outfit Embraces 'Clowncore' Style on the Red Carpet
Harry Styles made a memorable appearance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, not only for winning two awards but also for his stunning fashion choices. He started the night wearing a vibrant technicolor jumpsuit designed by the French brand, Egonlab, known for its genderless creations. The jumpsuit featured a plunging neckline that showed off his butterfly and bird tattoos, a colorful harlequin pattern adorned with Swarovski crystals, and flared legs over white boots.
While the outfit divided social media, with some praising it and others criticizing it, Harry is known for his daring and gender-fluid fashion sense. He often wears jumpsuits, including during his Love On Tour, and this particular outfit drew comparisons to flamboyant pop icons like Elton John and David Bowie.
For his performance of "As It Was", Harry chose a less revealing but equally exuberant sequined red jumpsuit, which received a standing ovation from Taylor Swift and plaudits from online viewers. However, some compared it to a decorated Christmas tree or metallic fringe curtains.
Finally, to collect his awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for "Harry's House", Styles chose a more formal outfit, looking dapper in a cropped white suit jacket, wide-legged tan pants, and a shimmering low-cut top.