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21 Best, Worst and Wildest 2014 Grammys Fashion Moments

Our ultimate red-carpet roundup from Music’s Biggest Night

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To be honest, we were hoping for more. The red carpet at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards was lovely and servicable in all the ways that have become expected, and certainly there were stand-outs, who we have listed here. But the lack of outrageousness (or Lady Gaga, at the very least) was a bit underwhelming; when the most discussed style story of the night was a park ranger hat Pharrell could have copped at any neighborhood Opening Ceremony (or REI), you know your carpet's in big trouble. Still, we chronicled the best and worst of the gala, with a few surprising trends and many lovely frocks to boot. By Julianne Escobedo Shepherd

Catch up on all of our coverage of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards — lists, photos, interviews and more — right here.

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Worst Dressed: Pharrell

He usually looks sharp, but this forest ranger hat and throwback Adidas jacket is something like Smokey Bear at a B-boy contest. We get where he's going with this, but it's a dark, dark place. 

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Worst Dressed: Madonna

Bless Madge and her penchant for menswear, but not even the Pope could cosign that nigh-bootcut on the trouser.

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Worst Dressed: Kathy Griffin

You have to take into context what this woman does on the red carpet, so it is with reluctance that we include her on worst-dressed. But she is included solely because her dress is straight off my grandma at an over-70 singles mixer in Ft. Lauderdale. She has looked better!

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Worst Dressed: Pauley Perette

Remember when Torrid opened as an offshoot to Hot Topic and their clothes were similar to those sold at their parent store, but slightly… off? That, plus 1998. 

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Worst Dressed: Krist Novoselic

Is this a Seattle thing? We just picture Krist and Macklemore in their wacky Wild West ties, riding off in the sunset together, possibly to a steampunk convention. 

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Important Trend: Madonna and David vs. Yoko and Sean Lennon

Is mother-son menswear looks a thing now? We're leaning Sean and Yoko because they're exploring variations on the theme (and because Yoko's top hat is forever doing the most). But young David Ciccone Ritchie's spats elevate his mother's grill situation. We look forward to more of this trend in the coming months. 

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