News Awards & Events Grammys In Style Grammy Salute to Fashion By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 10, 2008 @ 11:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Lester Cohen/WireImage In StyleGrammy Salute to Fashion 01 of 08 Adam Levine and Rihanna Jordan Strauss/WireImage Adam Levine and Rihanna helped kick off Grammy weekend at the In Style Grammy Salute to Fashion. The crowd at Hollywood hot spot Boulevard 3 celebrated music's most fashionable figures during a show that highlighted designs from collections like Beyonce's House of Dereon, Jay-Z's Rocawear and Justin Timberlake's William Rast. "You can't have one without the other," said Rihanna of the relationship between song and style. "As a musician, you're in the spotlight and want to make sure you always look your best. That's where fashion comes in." -Lindzi Scharf ALL ACCESS VIDEOSAn exclusive performance by Rihanna; stars talk Grammy fashion; go behind the scenes with fashion director Hal Rubenstein. 02 of 08 Miley Cyrus Jordan Strauss/WireImage Miley Cyrus (in Dolce amp Gabbana) was on hand to make some new friends in the music business before taking the stage to present at Sunday night's awards ceremony. If Cyrus could spend a day in anyone's stilettos, whose would she chose? "Beyonce!" said the reigning queen of tween pop. "Her fashion is different. It's out there and fun." ALL ACCESS VIDEOSMiley talks fashion on the red carpet and watch an exclusive performance by Rihanna. 03 of 08 Neil Portnow, Jay-Z and L.A. Reid Lester Cohen/WireImage Jay-Z kept a low profile, but took in the fashion show-which included designs from his Rocawear line-and stayed to watch his prodigy Rihanna take the stage for a post-show concert. The rap mogul also mingled with Recording Academy president Neil Portnow and music exec L.A. Reid. Jay also provided some of the hot swag for the gift bag, offering up Rocawear hoodies to the VIP crowd. PLAY OUR MATCHMAKER GAME!Test your fashion and music know-how by matching artists, like Jay-Z and Beyonce, to the items in their latest collections. 04 of 08 Sarah Jane Morris, Emily VanCamp and Dave Annable Jordan Strauss/WireImage Brothers and Sisters stars Sarah Jane Morris, Emily VanCamp (in Phillip Lim) and Dave Annable stuck together like family at the event. "Musicians make brilliant designers," said VanCamp of the clothes on display from the Jessica Simpson Collection and Sean John by Sean Combs. Annable was scouting the runway for items to add to his own closet. "I need help!" the actor declared. "I'm a guy who doesn't like to take a lot of chances yet. I'm wearing a sweater vest tonight, which is out of my element." 05 of 08 Garcelle Beauvais Jordan Strauss/WireImage "I'm wearing Carol Duran, she's a new designer," said fashion-forward Garcelle Beauvais, who noshed on tarragon lobster salad, Prosciutto-wrapped breadsticks and Soba-wrapped shrimp in her VIP booth. As for why the Grammys are special, the new mom said, "amp#91;They'reamp#93; so much fun because you don't know what to expect when it comes to fashion." 06 of 08 Nick Cannon and Ludacris Jordan Strauss/WireImage "When I think about fashion and music, the first thing that comes to mind is fashion shows!" said Ludacris, who mingled with Nick Cannon. While the pair posed for photos, fellow guests Prince and Ryan Phillippe preferred to dodge the flashbulbs. 07 of 08 Rihanna Jordan Strauss/WireImage Superstar and Cover Girl Rihanna sang for her supper with an eight-song set that included hits like "Hate That I Love You," "Pon De Replay," and her latest single, "Don't Stop the Music." Rihanna wore a black ensemble and accessorized with a sparkling mic and back-up dancers to bring out her inner rockstar. "Put your hands up!" she instructed the crowd before launching into "Shut Up and Drive." ALL ACCESS VIDEOSWatch this exclusive performance by Rihanna now! 08 of 08 The Catwalking Lester Cohen/WireImage While New York Fashion Week continued across the country, the celebrity guests at L.A.'s Boulevard 3 got front row seats to a special show featuring Beyonce's House of Dereon, Jessica Simpson's self-titled collection, Justin Timberlake's William Rast, Jennifer Lopez's Just Sweet, Sean Combs's Sean John, and Jay-Z's Rocawear. "I like edgy stuff. I don't like things that are normal or cliche," said the stylish Rihanna after the fashion parade. ALL ACCESS VIDEOSGo behind the scenes of this one-of-a-kind fashion show with fashion director Hal Rubenstein.