Grammy Awards: Memorable Red Carpet Shoes Through The Years

At Footwear News, it’s no secret that the Grammy Awards are one of our favorite awards shows. Music’s biggest stars wear fun short dresses, skirts and even pants in lieu of long gowns, which means that we can actually see the fantastic footwear.

The 58th Grammy Awards on Feb. 15, hosted by LL Cool J, are sure to have some standout shoe moments. Lady Gaga is set to perform a tribute to the late David Bowie, which will require a knockout look to honor his influential style. In 2010, Gaga wore a Giorgio Armani Privé gown with heel-less shoes.

Lady Gaga Grammys 2010
Lady Gaga in a Giorgio Armani Privé ensemble.
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Both Taylor Swift and The Weeknd received seven nominations each this year. Swift is no stranger to the Grammys, having been to seven Grammy Awards prior to this year. Last year she rocked a pair of bright purple suede Giuseppe Zanotti heels.

Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style
2015: Taylor wore for Giueseppe Zanotti purple platforms and a teal Elie Saab dress.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

In 2015, Katy Perry wore a sheer embellished Zuhair Murad dress with Sophia Webster Rosalind sandals, which lately have been a popular choice amongst celebs. Kim Kardashian also attended last year in a sexy, sparkly Jean Paul Gaultier dress paired with Tom Ford gold strappy heels. And of course, Madonna did not disappoint in a head-to-toe custom Givenchy look including thigh-high boots.

Katy Perry Sophia Webster Rosalind Sandals
At the 2015 Grammy Awards, Katy Perry wore metallic Sophia Webster Rosalind sandals.
CREDIT: REX/Shutterstock.

Click through the gallery to see more shoe looks from past Grammys.

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