Thanks to the efforts of professional stylists and makeup teams, the red carpet for the 2022 Grammys was marked by many elegant looks from artists in the global music scene. Eye-catching: Fuchsia dominates the red carpet. And besides, it can always be black again.
American model Chrissy TeigenSinger’s wife john legendShe was the queen of the prom in this fancy dress from Nicole + Felicia Couture. Lots of dust, a sea of fuchsia you can’t miss.
Also fuchsia in American rap star sweetie† Valentino, the fashion house that put fuchsia on the map as the color of the moment, chose with a stunning campaign with Zendaya in apparel and backdrops in every imaginable shade of fuchsia. The Saweetie set consisted of a long A-line skirt, with a small top and long gloves.
Olivia Rodrigo She has a little bit of both worlds: her black low-cut Vivienne Westwood dress is spiced with a shimmering mauve-pink a-line. The 19-year-old singer won a Grammy Award Best New Artist, Pop Solo Performance And the Best Audio Album†
Lady Gaga She chose the beautiful retroluster. Her black and white asymmetric dress is perfectly styled with chunky knots and Gaga’s blonde locks look great in an update.
Vincent Street In a sparkly ruffled dress by Gucci.
Dua Lipa He knows how to make a bold red carpet entry in gorgeous black Ancient Her Atelier Versace dress with Bvlgari High Jewelery accessories.
Rachel Ziegler Sparkle in the elegant Dior Haute Couture dress in gray wave.
Carrie Underwood She chose another color, with her gorgeous Dolce and Gabbana dress with a crystal-encrusted bodice.
Addison It shows that simplicity can also be beautiful in a silk dress by Nili Lotan.
BTS To prove once again why they are the best dressed and most toned boy squad, they wore head-to-toe Louis Vuitton.
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