It was hard to miss Shania Twain on the Grammy’s red carpet.
Wearing a massive black-and-white, polka-dotted hat, Twain, 47, made a statement with an outfit that was an homage to Harry Styles.
“Fashion is all about experimenting,” she said with a smile.
The singer-songwriter wore a suit that matched her massive hat and chose to sport a red wig to bring "a pop of color" to the black-and-white outfit.
The extraordinary outfit seemed to channel Styles, 29, who often chooses to wear bright colors, interesting textures, and androgynous looks on the red carpet.
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According to the New York Times, Twain previously said she would be paying homage to Styles on the red carpet. Styles has often cited Twain as his idol.
The two performed You're Still The One together during Styles' Coachella set last year.
Twain's outfit was designed by the up-and-coming designer Harris Reed who also designed Styles' dress for Vogue.
\u201c.@ShaniaTwain is READY for a #HarryStyles collab \ud83e\udd29 #GRAMMYs\u201d— Access Hollywood (@Access Hollywood) 1675643170
On the red carpet, Twain revealed to reporters she would try to get Styles' to join her for her upcoming "Queen Of Me" tour. She added that she was excited to see Styles perform Sunday night.
Although she was not nominated for an award, Twain was at the Grammy's to present the award for Country Album of the Year.
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