Brit Awards 2022: Best dressed stars, from Adele to Ed Sheeran

As the UK’s annual celebration of music returns with full force, these were the attendees whose outfits stole the show

Olivia Petter
Wednesday 09 February 2022 10:28
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UK celebrities pose on the red carpet as they arrive at the Brit Awards

On Tuesday evening, the most talented stars of British music came together for a celebration of the industry, marking the second real-life Brit Awards ceremony since the start of the pandemic.

Taking place at London’s O2 Arena, this year’s ceremony featured live performances from Adele, Dave and Ed Sheeran, with comedian Mo Gilligan hosting the proceedings.

While the night might be ostensibly all about music, the Brits is like any other red carpet event when it comes to fashion, with its guests often going the extra mile to make a sartorial statement.

This year’s highlights included Maya Jama in a Cher-inspired ensemble and Adele in a black velvet gown by Armani Prive.

Elsewhere, we saw Olivia Rodrigo opt for a silver sequin gown by Alexandre Vauthier while Little Simz channeled a more casual aesthetic in a pair of black high-waisted trousers and a bright lime green collared shirt.

The male attendees also dressed to the nines, with Ed Sheeran wearing an electric blue velvet suit by Etro, while Tom Daley wore a Louis Vuitton look that featured a patterned shirt and brown boots.

See the best dressed stars at the Brit Awards 2022 below.

Adele

The singer arrived in a black gown by Armani Prive that featured a plunging neckline and a polka dot sheer overlay.

Olivia Rodrigo

The American singer chose a silver sequin gown by Alexandre Vauthier for the event.

Maya Jama

The broadcaster arrived in a black two-piece by Mônot that bore a striking resemblance to the black co-ord, nicknamed “the mohawk dress”, which Cher wore to the 1986 Academy Awards. The singer’s look was created by Bob Mackie. Jama’s featured a similarly jagged crop top and a long black skirt.

Little Simz

The rapper wore a pair of black high-waisted trousers with a bright lime green collared shirt over the top of a black poloneck top. Little Simz paired the look with a long black leather coat, red-tinted sunglasses and a pair of chunky-soled shoes.

Clara Amfo

The radio host wore a satin yellow mini dress that featured a ruched skirt and a halter-neck on the red carpet, pairing the look with black platform stilettos from Jimmy Choo.

Holly Humberstone

The musician arrived in a black lace look by Gucci that featured furry sleeves, floral patterns, and a corseted bodice.

Ed Sheeran

The musician, who is performing at the Brits, wore an electric blue velvet suit custom-made for him by Etro for the occasion. He paired the look with a paisley print tie,

Self-Esteem

Rebecca Taylor, aka Self-Esteem, arrived in a black ruched gown that reached her ankles. She accessorised the look with black satin gloves, black heels, and a gold choker.

Ashley Roberts

The former Pussycat Doll wore a black gown by Mônot that featured cut-outs on the bodice and a thigh-high slit.

AJ Odudu

The British TV presenter wore a green and yellow corseted mini dress for the occasion, accessorising the look with a pair of strappy stilettos and a gold necklace with a large opal stone.

Jaime Winstone

The actor and Masked Singer star wore a black sequin mini dress that featured a green and blue feather trim on the sleeves. She accessorised the look with a pair of black lace-up platform heels.

Anne-Marie

The singer wore a look by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini that comprised a black leather jacket and skinny black jeans to the Brits, with just a string bralet underneath.

Bree Runway

The musician arrived at the Brits in a strapless black velvet gown with a thigh-high slit. The dress also featured a taffeta cape.

Tom Daley

The Olympic diver wore a look by Louis Vuitton that comprised a gold and black button-up shirt, a black waistcoat and a pair of black trousers. He paired the look with brown boots by Louis Vuitton and a small handbag.

Tom Grennan

The musician wore a double-breasted beige suit over a white shirt. He paired the look with burgundy leather loafers.

Mo Farah

The Olympic champion arrived at the ceremony wearing a brown checked suit over the top of a white shirt. Farah paired the look with Nike trainers.

Laura Whitmore

The Love Island presenter wore a black velvet mini dress that featured a key-hole cutout and silver embellishments.

Dave

The musician arrived in a black suit that featured a strap across the chest. He also wore a classic gold watch and a black collared shirt.

Becky Hill

The British singer wore an emerald green gown by Alberta Ferretti that featured a sequin skirt and sheer sleeves.

Glass Animals

The band arrived in colourful co-ordinated ensembles.

Read more about the Brits 2022 here.

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