Red Carpet Review: The Spectacle of Stars at the 2022 American Music Awards!


Last night’s American Music Awards ceremony had some highs and lows, especially when it came to hemlines and necklines. Today’s hottest & most successful recording artists hit the red carpet in major style & sparkle–sparkle being a major trend of this entire awards season. Aside from Taylor Swift dominating the stage with multiple wins (Artist of the Year, Favorite Music Video, Favorite Female Pop Artist, Favorite Female Country Artist, & Favorite Country Album), her golden, 70s-inspired halter jumpsuit by The Blonds was stunning, paired with metallic Giuseppe Zanotti heels, Cathy Waterman earrings, ear cuffs by Anita Ko, rings by Delfina Delettrez, & a Vram bracelet. Additionally, major fashion was served by Carrie Underwood in a shimmering Tony Ward high slit gown, Latina artist Anitta in a revealing Mugler gown & Tiffany & Co. jewelry, “Unholy” singer Kim Petras donning a denim Blumarine design, Ellie Goulding in a Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini two-piece look, Kelly Rowland in an exotic & dramatic animal print gown by Nicolas Jebran, Pink in a fringed Bob Mackie creation, “Made You Look” scribe Meghan Trainor sporting shimmering pink suit by Michael Costello, pop star Sabrina Carpenter in a silver dripping Oscar de la Renta two-piece look, & “I’m Good” singer Bebe Rexha in a glamorous red Buerlangma gown that she accessorized with matching Atelier Biser gloves & knee-high boots Le Silla.

Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Sabrina Carpenter, Pink, & Kelly Rowland at the 2022 American Music Awards
Ellie Goulding, Witney Carson, Joan Smalls, Roshumba Williams, & Kim Petras at the 2022 American Music Awards
Bebe Rexha, Roslyn Sanchez, GloRilla, Flo Milli, & Meghan Trainor at the 2022 American Music Awards
Kelli Erdmann, Ari Lennox, Dencia Red, Liza Koshy, & Anitta at the 2022 American Music Awards
Tinashe, Coco Jones, Madeleine White, Yola, & Dove Cameron at the 2022 American Music Awards
Niecy Nash, Karrueche Tran, Tefi Pessoa, & Latto at the 2022 American Music Awards
Jessie James Decker, Muni Long, Adassa, & Becky G at the 2022 American Music Awards

For more from the exciting ceremony, check out the videos below of performances & acceptances:

Who wore your favorite look? What was your favorite moment from the night? Whose music are you playing on repeat? For more stylish posts, check out: Margot Robbie discusses her new films Babylon & Barbie on the cover of Vanity Fair, sparkly envelope clutches from Ardene for under $8, all the red carpet looks from the 2022 Governors Awards, & the ultimate holiday shoe of the season at every price point! Happy Styling!

Cover Craze: Beyoncé’s Renaissance Images are Just as Evocative as Her Music!


Usually Style Darling Daily‘s Cover Craze posts categorize stylish stars on the cover of magazines, but a new images worthy of celebration include the companion art to Beyoncé‘s Renaissance album. The staggeringly stylish collection of images goes beyond Vogue or what any music video can do in setting the tone for the 28-time Grammy winner’s seventh studio album that was produced over the course of the last three years, including during the pandemic, featuring a mix of dance, pop, funk, & techno sounds to get listeners moving!

In addition to the uptempo sound on the album, the visuals feature looks from brands & designers like Natalia Fedner, Dolce & Gabbana, Mugler, Schiaparelli, Rick Owens, Bethany Cordwell, Buerlangma, Alaia, Brian Lichtenberg, Gucci, Melissa Simon Hartman, House of Emmanuele, Christopher John Rogers, Piers Atkinson, Luis De Javier, Philipp Plein, & Gianni Naazar & Nusi Quero, all styled by Marni Senofonte & KJ Moody.

Not only are the album’s images inspired by Beyoncé’s mature & artistic side, but according to Insider, the three-act project “pays homage to queer ball culture” & “is indebted to her late Uncle Johnny, whom she described in 2019 as ‘the most fabulous gay man I’ve ever met,'” adding, “‘He was my godmother and the first person to expose me to a lot of the music and culture that serve as inspiration for this album.'”

What do you think of Beyoncé’s album & art? Have you been listening to “Break My Soul” on repeat? What’s your favorite song on the album?

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