Miley Cyrus won her first Grammys at the annual show on Sunday night.
She was also one of the best-dressed celebrities in attendance.
She wore a daring red-carpet look, sparkling stage outfits, and plenty of vintage pieces.
Not only did the 31-year-old musician take home two trophies on Sunday night — the first Grammys of her career — but she was also arguably the best-dressed star of the event.
She first arrived in a barely-there chain-mail minidress that was custom-made for her by Maison Margiela.
The red-carpet look was gold, entirely see-through, and crafted from 14,000 metal safety pins in various patterns. They formed a high collar, round chest coverings, and a thick thong.
She also wore it with a bouffant hairstyle, which she sported all night.
But perhaps because the outfit was so delicate, Cyrus didn't wear the metallic look for long.
Instead, the "Flowers" musician quickly changed into a custom Tom Ford jumpsuit after entering the show.
The all-black ensemble had a thick halter neckline, a slit down its bodice, and all-over silver sparkles.
She was wearing the outfit when she won the first Grammy of her career, taking the award for best pop solo performance for "Flowers."
A short while later, Cyrus hit the stage in one of her best looks of the night: a vintage Bob Mackie dress with a waist cutout.
The sleeveless look had a see-through bralette decorated with rows of crystals up top and a fringe-covered skirt embellished with multicolored jewels on the bottom.
The outfit, which she wore with De Beers earrings, was short in front and longer in the back, and the asymmetrical design added dimension, light, and movement as she danced onstage.
The Grammy winner then changed into a lace one-piece while backstage.
Her fourth outfit of the night was see-through, strapless, and decorated with a belt of crystal fringe across the hips and pant legs. It was also accessorized perfectly with a feathered shawl and dangling diamond earrings.
The vintage ensemble was also designed by Bob Mackie.
Finally, Cyrus accepted her second Grammy — for record of the year for "Flowers" — in her fifth outfit.
Gucci custom-made a single-sleeve gown for the artist in a rich burgundy color. It was covered in sparkles and cut thin on one side, revealing part of her chest and many of her tattoos.
In her second acceptance speech, Cyrus made reference to the gown's long slit, which reached up to her waist.
"I don't think I forgot anyone," she said as she concluded her speech. "But I might have forgotten underwear."
So, it's safe to say, if there had been a Grammy for the best-dressed musician of the night, it's likely Cyrus would have taken that home, too.
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