Music’s night of nights has arrived! Well, at least that’s the case for Australia’s music scene.
Rolling out the red carpet at Sydney’s iconic Hordern Pavillion, the industries most prolific voices (excuse our puns) are showing up in style for the annual ARIA Awards.
For the 2022 iteration, our favourite solo artists, bands, rappers and DJ’s didn’t hold back, over delivering with high octane ensembles and statement making desings.
Indeed, it’s clear the red carpet has fallen into one of two camps.
Either they’re swinging towards effortless elegance à la Isabella Manfredi in PP Pink Valentino, perfectly styled by IYKYK Sydney stylist Thomas Townsend, or a pinch yourself ‘did-that-really-just-happen’ look like Flume’s interesting ensemble.
And while some of the nominees are showing up in outfits proving that they’re worthy of the award, see Amyl And The Sniffers front woman Amy Taylor, it was an unexpected red carpet debut that really caught our eye.
It’s not often an international pop-culture icon graces the red carpet at these types of things (with the last being when Heath Ledger and Magda Szubanski got a little bit frisky at the 2006 at the AFI Awards), but trust Hollywood royalty to keep us on our toes.
So, without further ado, the very best moments from the 2022 Aria Awards Red Carpet.