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From Rihanna to Taylor Swift, red carpet highlights from the 2015 Grammy Awards

If there's ever a red carpet where daring and bold fashion is welcomed, it's at the Grammy Awards.

The biggest night in music was no disappointment this year with Taylor Swift working a shimmering teal gown that was cut down the middle to reveal bright magenta-coloured sandals, Katy Perry dripping in sequins in a sheer frock and Gwen Stefani wearing a jumpsuit with a beautiful, sculptured bodice. 

But Rihanna was ultimately the belle of the ball in a cotton candy pink, voluminous gown and swept back hair. 

The award for the most talked about look, however, has to go to Pharell Williams and his wife Helen Lasichanh who looked very comfy in Adidas.

From Beyonce to Madonna, come see who wore what at the biggest event in the music industry calendar.

Images: Rex Features, Getty

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