Since there is no theme for the VMAs, the red carpet is always a hodgepodge.
Everyone remembers Lady Gaga’s infamous meat dress she wore at the 2010 VMAs, which remains one of the craziest red carpet looks of all time. Fortunately, most of the looks at this year’s VMAs were much tamer. Here is a roundup of our favorites.
Schiaparelli has been crushing the red carpet lately, and this red number on Anitta is no exception. The unexpected cut of the dress and the gorgeous red color look stunning on the Brazilian singer.
This dress had the potential to be styled horrifically, but stylist Brett Alan Nelson perfectly complimented the shimmering blue dress with a blue lip and the trending wet-hair look. This will remain one of Lizzo’s most famous red carpet looks for years to come.
2022 has seen the resurgence of leather, so this leather suit on Jack Harlow is a perfect way to style the classic suit. Hermès perfectly combined the silhouette of the timeless style and updated it to fit modern fashion.
This look on Conan Gray combines masculine and feminine elements into a Victorian, 1970s, futuristic lingerie suit featuring lace and giant platform boots.
Dove Cameron gives 90s gothic glam in this strapless, floral-meets-leather floor length gown complete with black peep-toe heels and a leather choker. The 90s resurgence is all over the red carpet this year, and this was one of our favorites.