Grammys 2022 Red Carpet: All the Fashion, Outfits & Looks

It’s been a long time coming and has involved some controversy, but music’s biggest night is finally here.

While the Grammys 2022 were originally scheduled for January 31, a surge in COVID-19 cases related to the omicron variant forced the 64th Grammy Awards to be postponed until now—and from the looks of the red carpet, it was well worth the wait.

On Sunday, stars descended on the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in their finest ’fits to take part in a night that’ll feature performances from more than 20 acts who are topping the charts, ruling the airwaves, and popping up on our favorite playlists. From barely there ensembles —complete with opportunities to showcase colorful tattoos, diamond-encrusted statement jewelry, and jaw-droppingly toned physiques—to over-the-top glamour only rock stars can get away with, the nominees, their fellow musicians, and their guests brought all kinds of style to the Grammys 2022. Whether they dressed in designer duds or went DIY, everyone who graced the red carpet was truly dressed to impressed. 

All eyes will be on a collection of newcomers to see what they bring to the red carpet, how they fare on the Grammys 2022 stage, what awards they take home, and who they thank in their acceptance speeches. It may be Olivia Rodrigo’s first time at the Grammys, but the 19-year-old singer-songwriter is nominated for an impressive seven awards for her debut, Sour. The self-proclaimed “spicy Pisces” will compete with fellow pop powerhouses for record of the year (“drivers license”), album of the year (Sour), song of the year (“drivers license”), best new artist, best pop solo performance (“drivers license”), best pop vocal album (Sour), and best music video (“good 4 u”). 

Fresh off her Oscar win for “No Time to Die,” the theme song for the James Bond film of the same name, Billie Eilish also earned seven nods. It may just be her lucky number because the pop star previously won seven Grammys, including one for her debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? She’s up for record of the year (“Happier Than Ever”), album of the year (Happier Than Ever), song of the year (“Happier Than Ever”), best pop solo performance (“Happier Than Ever”), best pop vocal album (Happier Than Ever), best music video (“Happier Than Ever”), and best music film (Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles). The singer-songwriter, who performed the award-winning James Bond track at the 2022 Oscars, is slated to perform at the Grammys as well. 

But before Sin City is filled with the sounds of musical acts including Rodrigo, Eilish, Cynthia Erivo, H.E.R., J Balvin, John Legend, Lil Nas X, Silk Sonic, and more, take a look at all the must see outfits from the Grammys 2022 red carpet. And see who made our Grammys best-dressed list here.

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