Top 3 Best Dressed at the 2022 Grammy Awards


Eden Rodriguez, staff writer

The 2022 Grammy Awards just passed, and social medias are swarming with Red Carpet looks. These are the top 3 picks for being the best dressed!

#3 Sza, singer; song writer, wore Jean Paul Gaultier. She has on a beautiful, long, and tan dress. It seems to be made out of the fabric tulle. The dress is cinched at her waist, showing her curves off. Down the center of the piece are clusters of flowers. They run on her neck line, and down to her feet. According to a WHS junior, Kayli Morton, the dress seems to represent, ” Her music video, Good Days. The setting of the video looked like it was outside in a garden.”

#2 To the man who became so popular in the music industry so quickly. Giveon wore an all black suit. This suit was designed by Chanel, the “Tweed Suit.” The outfit was a thick cloth suit jacket and pants. They both had a type glitter or sparkles on them. This made his outfit look amazing in photographs. He paired the suit with a, what looks to be a  plain black tank top, an all black shoes. He has added silver chains and rings for that extra sparkle. When asked to give an opinion about Giveon’s suit, high school student, Jayden Robb, describes it as, “Very outgoing. I like that the pants are a bit oversized because that’s more of the style now.”

#1 We’ll have to say “Good For You” for winning your first Grammys ever. Young popstar, Olivia Rodrigo, stepped out in a tight body fitting dress. Olivia’s dress was designed by Vivienne Westwood. On the front and back of her dress are very small pink beads that create an outline of a body. She wears the dress with solid black gloves that go up past her elbows. Ms. Rodrigo has paired her outstanding dress with choker like necklaces. “The colors and style of her outfit could be a symbol of what her album represents. The album has songs about being in sad and dark times, but there are some songs that bring out a more rebellious side to her. The colors can be interpreted in both ways mentioned,” says senior, Amity Aparicio.