The Best Dressed Celebs At The 2022 MTV VMAs

From Taylor Swift to Lizzo to Dove Cameron.


There’s an unspoken rule about the MTV VMA’s and it’s that anything goes. This doesn’t only apply to the performances, but the red carpet looks. Because of this, the VMAs are one of the most exciting award shows to look forward to due to the unlimited creativity celebrities and stylists have when it comes to fashion. The VMAs has some of the notable red carpet moments in history including Lady Gaga’s meat dress, Beyoncé’s feather and sequin gown and Lil Kim’s purple jumpsuit. Once again, the stars did not disappoint with their fashion game and created some jaw dropping moments. Some celeb highlights include Lizzo, Taylor Swift, Blackpink and Lil Nas X with looks by Jean Paul Gaultier, Chanel, Dior, Harris Reed and Oscar de la Renta to name a few. The color of the night seemed to be black with stars such as Bebe Rexha, Lili Reinhart, Doechii and Avril Lavigne slaying the red carpet in all black ensemble.

The VMAs is a night full of risk, experimentation and drama which is exactly what this year’s award show served. Below, here are some of the best dressed celebrities from the 2022 MTV VMAs.

Lizzo in Jean Paul Gaultier


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Taylor Swift in Oscar de la Renta


Lil Nas X in Harris Reed


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Jack Harlow in Hermès


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Blackpink in Celine, Dior, Chanel and Saint Laurent


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Dove Cameron in Paco Rabanne


Sabrina Carpenter in Moschino


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Conan Gray in Harris Reed


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Becky G in Zuhair Murad


Kamie Crawford in Hanifa


Shenseea in Marc Jacobs


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Ashley Graham in Houghton


Chlӧe Bailey in Zigman


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Bebe Rexha in Vivienne Westwood


Anitta in Schiaparelli


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