The 60th Annual Grammy awards took place last night, and with it, many unforgettable music moments. Bruno Mars was the biggest winner of the night sweeping the Record of the Year and Album of the Year category, Rihanna topped our favorite Grammy memes, and a lot of the conversation was around spreading awareness of sexual assault and harassment.

Music aside, celebrities brought their A-game to the red carpet. With many great and "WTF" fashion moments, there were as many must-see footwear highlights. Although many opted for more traditional styles, some red-carpet walkers weren't afraid to rock sneakers.

Below we’ve compiled some of our favorite sneaker pics, including what could be a pair of custom Golf le Fleur* Converse worn by Tyler, The Creator, as well as Virgil Abloh's MoMa x Nike AF1's being rocked by a very punk-rock Lil Uzi Vert, and Bruno Mars showing off the Virgil Abloh x Nike "The Ten" collection on stage.

Tyler, the Creator debuted custom Le Fleur Converses. Could this be a tease at a future release?

Dave Chappelle celebrates a Grammy win last night with Fear of God on his feet.

Amir Obe foregone the black tie look with the Balenciaga Triple S sneakers

Bruno Mars and entourage rocked the OFF-White x Nike Air Prestos, Air Jordan 1s, and the Sean Wotherspoon Air Max 97's during "Finesse" performance.

Lil Uzi Vert sports the Virgil x Nike x MoMA AF1's with his early millennial punk-rock get up.

British Music Video Director Emil Nava hit the red carpet in Undefeated x Air Max 97's

Lastly, Jaden Smith stunted in the Louis Vuitton S/S18 sneakers as he poses for the camera.

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