2022 celebrity fashion was all about experimentation and maximum impact. Almost every red carpet featured a plethora of bold, tweet-inducing runway looks and coveted vintage pieces. Who can forget when Rihanna announced her pregnancy in cold weather baring her belly in vintage Chanel or Timothée Chalamet broke tradition by wearing a shirtless blazer to the Oscars. When?

Even the minimalist movie stars got in on the fun. While promoting his action comedy bullet train, Brad Pitt ditched the standard Brioni suit for an unexpected linen skirt and red carpet top, proving just how baggy and fun a black tie can be. Meanwhile, Emma Corrin and Taylor Russell became breakout stars thanks to their dazzling on-screen performances and conversation-inducing red carpet looks.

Especially under the guidance of such talented stylists as Law Roach, Wayman and Mika, celebrity Harry Lambert has become a style expert in his own right. Next year, celebrity fashion could face more creative risks and carefully researched and vetted vintage pieces.

Here, the editors of Vogue look back on an exciting year of bold red carpet looks and share some of their favorite moments.

Timothée Chalamet refuses to wear a black tie (and shirt) at the Academy Awards
You could say Timothée Chalamet “blew up the internet” when she arrived at the 2022 Oscars earlier this year. The actor appears in an ensemble from Louis Vuitton’s spring 2022 womenswear collection, layered with several necklaces beneath a sequined black blazer, but this isn’t the first time Chalamet has wowed audiences in a stunning Louis piece. Vuitton. In 2019, the star attended the Golden Globes, where he too became a fan favorite, wearing a Louis Vuitton look and sparkling pendant. It’s clear that Chalamet’s love of risk-taking in fashion is going to bring him some big red carpet moments for some time to come, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for the coming year.

  • Taylor Lashley, Social Media Manager,

Blake Lively’s Met Gala 2022 gown has already stood the test of time
When Blake Lively opened up her Versace dress at this year’s Met Gala to reveal a long “patina” train, I almost got dizzy. It was perfect for the dramatic moment in Isn’t That What the Met Gala Is All About?
-NOUMAN KHAN, Senior Fashion Columnist.


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