The 64th Annual Grammy Awards were held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Many celebrities took risks with their outfits, from sheer gowns to bold-colored suits.
Doja Cat wore a sheer gown with corset detailing, while Laverne Cox wore a lingerie-inspired look.
Doja Cat wore a sheer one-shoulder mint-green gown by Versace to the 2022 Grammys.
The singer, who was nominated for eight Grammys this year, wore a matching mint-green bodysuit with corset detailing under the bedazzled dress. She paired the look with a glass handbag by Coperni, which she filled with Werther’s Originals candies.
Laverne Cox arrived wearing a completely sheer lingerie-inspired archival look by John Galliano.
The “Inventing Anna” actress and “E!” red-carpet host paired the see-through look with a matching black net fascinator and striking purple hair.
Olivia Rodrigo arrived on the red carpet wearing a black satin gown with crystals in the shape of an hourglass silhouette.
She paired the Vivienne Westwood look with two choker necklaces and opera-length gloves.
Rodrigo told “E!” red-carpet host Laverne Cox she was going for “something fun and young.”
“It’s the Grammys, it’s classy,” Rodrigo said.
Saweetie wore not one but two daring looks to walk the Grammys red carpet.
The best new artist nominee first stunned in a hot-pink Valentino gown that featured a bra and matching gloves. She then changed mid-red carpet into a black Oscar de la Renta gown with crystal flowers across the chest.
Jasmine Sanders arrived in a sheer lace gown adorned with black-and-red butterflies.
The Jean-Louis Sabaji gown also featured a tulle train. Sanders finished the look with dangling earrings and a silver ring.
Billy Porter wore a bold fuchsia suit with ruffle details by Valentino.
Porter, who always wows on the red carpet, paired the bold look, which he called the color of the season, with silver shoes, a matching silver clutch bag, and hot-pink gloves.
Megan Thee Stallion stunned in a cheetah-print dress with a thigh-high slit by Roberto Cavalli.
The rapper piled on the gold jewelry, but she opted for simple black heels to finish the look. What better way to rock a cheetah-print dress than with a cat eye?
Megan Thee Stallion changed into another daring look to present the award for best new artist.
The rapper paired a Versace dress covered in safety pins with a pair of shiny black leggings.
She made yet another outfit change when Donatella Versace took to the stage to customize her and Dua Lipa’s matching looks in an homage to Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston’s iconic same-dress moment at the 1998 MTV VMAs.
She also wore a midriff-baring black dress to the ceremony.
The daring one-shouldered dress featured side cutouts.
Cynthia Erivo was draped in silver Louis Vuitton on the Grammys red carpet.
Erivo’s long-sleeve silver gown gave way to thigh-high slit and silver platform heels. She finished the look with diamond jewelry.
St. Vincent was a vision in varying shades of pink.
St. Vincent stunned in a metallic, semi-sheer gown with a chest cutout and puffy pink trim.
Dua Lipa wore a vintage “bondage” dress by Versace.
She paired the look with a new blonde hairstyle and matching gold accessories.
Tayla Parx made a major statement with a spiked green jumpsuit and yellow platform boots.
Parx wore an avant-garde jumpsuit with a spiked ball on the end of her braid.
Justin Bieber stood out on the red carpet in an oversized grey suit by Balenciaga and a neon-pink beanie.
Bieber matched his oversized suit with chunky boots, sunglasses, and a silver wallet chain.
Claudia Sulewski wore a Gucci suit with no shirt underneath to support her nominee boyfriend Finneas O’Connell.
Sulewski and O’Connell have been dating for three years.
“I feel like we look like Easter eggs,” O’Connell told Cox of his and Sulewski’s Grammys looks, which were both designed by Gucci. “I feel like we’re in an Easter egg basket.”
H.E.R. wore an eye-catching custom Dundas jumpsuit as a tribute to Aretha Franklin.
The singer’s bright-yellow jumpsuit paid homage to Aretha Franklin, who wore a similar look at the 1976 American Music Awards. H.E.R. gave the look a cool spin with colored sunglasses, winged sleeves, and platform shoes.
H.E.R. changed into a more comfortable — but just as bold — look for the ceremony.
She accessorized the T-shirt dress, which was bejeweled with the words “Rebel Soul,” with a pair of white-rimmed sunglasses and platform red heels.
Paris Hilton dazzled on the red carpet in a jeweled sheer gown and matching cape.
The heiress paired the sparkling look with fingerless gloves and swept up her blonde hair into a high ponytail.
Jared Leto also rocked a sheer look on the red carpet. He wore a plunging lace shirt and jacket with fur cuffs.
He topped off the head-to-toe look with a pair of black sunglasses.
Argentinian singer Maria Becerra’s gown was also sheer. She wore it with a bone-like harness.
Becerra and Colombian singer J Balvin performed their hit song “Qué Más Pues?” at the ceremony.
SZA stunned in a tulle-and-floral gown with a long train.
The singer’s look was complete with multi-colored rosettes down the center of the gown. She went for a bare neckline and droplet earrings.
Rapper Jidenna wore a sleeveless floral outfit and brown leather boots.
Jidenna is best known for his 2015 hit song “Classic Man.”
London on da Track wore a floor-length leather vest for a bold red-carpet look.
He paired a black-and-white patterned shirt under the statement garment.
Leslie Odom Jr. walked the red carpet in a statement look by Dior.
The jacket draped in the front, creating a bow-like detail. The performer topped off the look with a Dior necklace.
Chrissy Teigen attended the 2022 Grammys alongside her husband, John Legend.
Teigen wore a bright-pink gown with ruffled detailing. She joined Billy Porter in wearing the bold fuchsia color for the event.
Album of the year winner Jon Batiste walked the red carpet in a harlequin-patterned suit inspired by his hometown of New Orleans.
The Dolce & Gabbana ensemble featured gold-and-black paillettes to create an intricate pattern.
“We were going for bold and flashy, something that really catches the light. It’s a very rich, sequined fabric with a custom yellow-and-gray geometrical print that has a tribal element to it that feels like Africa and New Orleans,” Batiste’s stylist Ugo Mozie told The Hollywood Reporter.
When accepting the top award, Batiste changed into a black crystal-embroidered cape by Alexander McQueen.
In 2022, Jon Batiste became the first Black artist since 2008 to win album of the year. Only 10 other Black artists have won album of the year since the award show’s inception.
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