Grammys 2022: Best-dressed stars on the red carpet from Addison Rae to Lil Nas X

Some of the most iconic looks at the 64th annual Grammy Awards

Amber Raiken
Monday 04 April 2022 15:46
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The 64th annual Grammy Awards are here, with stars already arriving on the red carpet to celebrate the biggest names in music.

This year’s highly anticipated event will be held in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena after the awards ceremony was pushed back from 31 January and moved from Los Angeles due to Covid concerns.

With Trevor Noah as host, and performances by Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo, fans can expect to be entertained as stars turn out for the red carpet just a week after the notable 2022 Oscars.

From Laverne Cox to Olivia Rodrigo, these are the best-dressed celebrities at this year’s Grammys.

Laverne Cox

The Inventing Anna star stunned in an all-black outfit, with a sheer dress over a crop top and spandex. She wore her hair dyed purple and accessorised with a headband with a veil.

Toni Cornell

Toni Cornell chose a black dress, with a tulle skirt and slit. She paired the dress with a Christian Dior belt and completed the outfit with a pair of combat boots.

Chelsea Handler

The television host wore a simple black off-the-shoulder dress with flower details. She accessorised with long silver earrings.

Olivia Rodrigo

The drivers license singer posed in a long, black, off-the-shoulder dress with pink strips. She accessorised the look with long black gloves, along with a black choker and pink necklace.

Doja Cat

The Woman rapper went for an all-blue, sheer, off-the-shoulder glittering gown, which she wore over a pale body suit. She completed the outfit with blocked-wedged heels.

Diplo

The DJ chose an all-black suit paired with a silver belt. He also had his hair dyed blue for the awards show.

Saxon Sharbino

The Poltergeist star posed in a dark green gown, which featured a cut-out detail in the middle and a high slit. She accesorised with a silver chain worn around her leg and silver heels.

Billie Eilish

The Happier Than Ever singer wore an all-black outfit, featuring a puffy jacket and boots. For her hairstyle, she opted to wear her black hair in a half-up, half-down style. She completed the look with a pair of sunglasses.

Addison Rae

The He’s AllThat star arrived on the red carpet in satin white gown. She accessorised her outfit with thick, silver bracelets.

Tiffany Haddish

The comedian wore a rose gold gown, covered with sequins and featuring a bow on the back.

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood chose a yellow and orange gown, with a silver sequined bodice. She completed the outfit with a yellow shawl, wrapped around her shoulders.

Sofia Carson

The Descendants star wore a dark green gown, featuring a long shawl that touched the red carpet.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

The model wore a bright pink gown with ruffles, while her husband wore an all-black tuxedo, with a velvet jacket and bowtie.

Halsey

The singer wore a black and burgundy fitted dress, paired with a large black hat. Her accessories included a diamond necklace and earrings.

St Vincent

The singer chose a sheer rose gold dress, with neon pink ruffles on the sleeves and hem of the dress.

The Kid Laroi

The Kid Laroi wore his hair dyed pink as he posed on the red carpet in an all-black suit.

Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges wore an all-white jacket and flared pants which was embellished with yellow leaves. The singer’s shoes also had a subtle green and brown floral design.

Megan Thee Stallion

The Savage singer chose a cheetah print gown with a slit on the leg. She completed the look with black heels and gold bangles.

Saweetie

The Grammy nominee’s outfit consisted of a neon pink crop top, skirt, and gloves. She accessorised the look with a silver choker.

Rachel Zegler

The West Side Story stare posed in a grey off-the-shoulder dress, which she accessorised with a silver necklace.

H.e.r.

The rapper wore a bright yellow jumpsuit with long orange sleeves and silver sequins. She completed the look with a pair of orange sunglasses.

Lil Nas x

The Old Town Road singer opted for an all-white outfit by Balmain, which featured pearl embellishments and a colourful butterfly.

Paris Hilton

The model chose a silver sheer dress with a matching cape, which she paired with silver gloves.

Dua Lipa

The New Rules singer wore a black Versace gown with gold straps that was previously worn by Donatella Versace, according to Vanity Fair. She completed the look with thick gold necklaces and bracelets.

Cynthia Erivo

The Harriet star posed in a silver gown with a belt and a slit. Underneath, she wore a long sleeve gray top. She had her hair dyed gray and accessorised her outfit with silver rings and shoes.

Justin and Hailey Bieber

The singer went for an oversized suit, which he paired with a white shirt underneath. His look also included a bright pink beanie and black sunglasses. His wife Hailey Baldwin posed next to him in an all-white strapless gown.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker

The reality television star arrived in an all-black jumpsuit, while her fiancé wore a black vest and pants.

Jared Leto

The House of Gucci star star wore a sheer v-neck shirt, paired with a black fur-lined coat and blue pants. His outfit also included white shoes and a pair of black sunglasses.

Trevor Noah

The Grammy Awards’ host posed in an a pink jacket, black pants, and a black bowtie ahead of the awards ceremony.

Lady Gaga

The singer wore a long white and black gown and a white necklace, with her hair in an updo.

Sza

The singer wore a long, sheer nude gown that was embellished with multicoloured flowers.

Avril Lavigne

The Complicated singer wore a black dress with ruffles and a slit at the bottom. The gown had feathers on the sleeves and Love Sux, the name of her newest album, embellished around the waist.

Chloe Bailey

The Grown-ish star arrived on the red carpet in a silver dress with a slit, and long cape in the same fabric.

Brandi Carlile

The singer went for black pants and white shirt, paired with a colourful jacket and belt.

Bts

The boy band opted to wear different coloured suits. From left to right, V wore a burgundy suit and tie with a purple shirt, Suga wore a white suit, Jin had a brown suit on, Jungkook posed in blue jacket and pants, Rm also wore purple and burgundy, Jimin chose a blue suit, and J-Hope wore all white.

Ben Platt

The Politician star wore a light blue shirt, with ruffles on it, paired with a dark blue bowtie. He also posed in a black jacket and pants.

Lily Aldridge

The model attended the awards show in a long black dress with multiple straps. She acessorised her outfit with a silver bracelet and black heels.

Kali Uchis 

Kali Uchis opted for a green corset dress, along with gold jewellery and green shoes.

Finneas

The artist wore silver pants and a purple suit jacket, with a gray vest and a black shirt underneath. He completed his outfit with a large flower pinned to his jacket.

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