Grammy Awards 2022 Looks that We Absolutely Vibe With

Yes, I'm reviewing these looks in my pyjamas...
8 April 2022

Yes, I'm reviewing these looks in my pyjamas...

Doja Cat's Icy Blue Y2K Realness

via @coperni

Never a stranger on ‘Best Dressed’ lists, Doja Cat’s Grammy’s fit was a glittery, quirky-yet-sexy Y2K-style bomb; the embodiment of her signature style. Girl knows how to accessorise— with a matching Coperni blown-glass swipe bag (the same one that we were gushing about previously), and bedazzled JBL speaker… what’s not to love?

Michelle's Sunny Layers

via @jbrekkie

Michelle of Japanese Breakfast brought some sunshine onto the GRAMMY's red carpet with her bright yellow Valentino dress. Complete with space buns and graphic yellow eyeliner, the look radiated playfulness that was honestly impossible to miss.

Halsey's Femme Fatale Wardrobe

via @pressiat

Halsey majorly channels femme fatale, or possibly Noir film villainess vibes with her gown by Pressiat, accessorised perfectly with elegant yet simple white diamond jewellery and a wide-brimmed fascinator perched asymmetrically on her head. On a semi-related note... is anyone else loving the black-and-deep-burgundy colour palette as much as we are?

Giveon's Full Chanel Fit

via @giveon

Sporting a matching tweed set from Chanel, Giveon's monochromatic fit for the Grammy's was a certified stunner, thanks to the addition of sequins which gave the look a certain je nais se quois. Completing the custom made look were some pieces of classic Chanel jewellery, which channelled the brand's ethos of timelessness, while bringing something new to the table.

Lady Gaga's Vintage Glamour

via @ladygaga

Lady Gaga may have had several costume changes between the Oscars and Grammy Awards, but this asymmetrical Armani Privé gown is definitely our favourite by far. This classic black-and-white look was only made better with the addition of diamond-encrusted gold Tiffany jewellery, fully elevating the look to Vintage Glamour status.

Lil Nas X's Ode to Michael Jackson

via @lilnasx

A best dressed (or most creatively dressed) list would not be complete without our final addition, Lil Nas X. Both his red carpet and performance looks were odes to Michael Jackson, with this intricately beaded jacket serving as a subtle reference to Captain EO, a 1986 Sci-Fi film starring the king of pop.

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