On Sunday, music’s biggest night kicked off with the 2022 Grammy Awards. But for fashion and beauty lovers, the real show started before any gold-plated record players were handed out, when the darlings of music strutted down the red carpet in an incredible range of jaw-dropping looks.
About those outfits: Pink proved to be the color of the night, especially on the men. There was, of course, lots of sparkle and plenty of skin, as well as memorable nostalgia moments and Old Hollywood glamour.
From rapper Doja Cat in ’90s princesscore courtesy of Atelier Versace and to Snoh Aalegra’s liquid-like silver sequin moment to Saweetie in a Barbie pink Valentino number and St. Vincent’s ruffled Gucci gown, the Grammys gave us plenty to gush about.
Rather than “Who are you wearing?” our new favorite red carpet correspondent Laverne Cox has been asking celebs, “What story are you telling?” And this awards season, your fave stars have been telling epic tales indeed. Don’t mind me if I’m still talking about some of these looks until next year’s Grammy Awards ceremony (I’m looking at you, Olivia Rodrigo). In the meantime, keep scrolling for the best-dressed attendees at the 2022 Grammys.
“Levitating” singer Dua Lipa donned a floor-length, bustier gown by Versace with plenty of black straps and heavy hardware.
West Side Story actress Rachel Zegler hit the Grammys red carpet in a soft but edgy Christian Dior gown embellished with the most darling little bows.
Swedish-born singer-songwriter Snoh Aalegra graced the carpet in a silver sequined number with cutouts along the leg.
On Sunday, “Best Friend” rapper Saweetie donned a hot pink Valentino bra top with a matching fuchsia skirt and long gloves.
The absolute epitome of a punk rock prom queen, Olivia Rodrigo walked the red carpet in a floor-length Vivienne Westwood gown embellished with crystallized cleavage.
Doja Cat always understands the assignment. Rocking a corseted Atelier Versace gown, the “Say So” singer looked like she had just time traveled from 2002 — in the very best way.
Paris Hilton stunned in a totally sheer gown — finished with a tulle cape and a whole lot of sequins and jewels.
Artist St. Vincent graced the Grammys red carpet in a shimmery Gucci gown trimmed in pink ruffles.
Chloe Bailey graced the Grammys red carpet in a silver sequined gown and cape, courtesy of Valentino, for a ’70s-inspired disco moment.
“I Hate U” singer Sza donned a curve-hugging strapless gown made with tulle and 3D florals.
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Rapper Megan Thee Stallion dropped jaws across the globe in a leopard print, one-shoulder dress by Roberto Cavalli.
Actress Sofia Carson stunned in an emerald green, one-shoulder gown draped in tulle.
Actress Cynthia Erivo brought the drama! She showed a little leg in a ruched silver gown courtesy of Louis Vuitton.
Singer-songwriter Charlotte Lawrence was simply chic in a red halter dress and sleek topknot.
Singer Tinashe strutted the red carpet in a bubblegum pink mermaid dress with a big old statement bow.