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The Biggest Color Trend At The 2022 Grammys Was Impossible To Miss

Hot pink had a moment.

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Saweetie took a page from Billy Porter’s book with this equally pink Valentino outfit and long gloves.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment
Billy Porter helped kick off the bright fuchsia trend in a fluttery Valentino look.Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Entertainment
St. Vincent continued the color trend with a dramatic Gucci gown, complete with metallic fabric and over-the-top embellishments.Amy Sussman/Getty Images Entertainment
Travis Barker’s outfits for the Oscars may have been relatively low-key, but he made up for it with this fuchsia coat at the Grammys.Amy Sussman/Getty Images Entertainment
Justin Bieber’s oversized Balenciaga suit was relatively subdued, but his hot pink beanie made for a major statement.Amy Sussman/Getty Images Entertainment
Angelique Kidjo’s hot pink ensemble popped especially well thanks to its contrasting long teal fringe.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment
Christina Sanabria of 123 Andrés wore a purple dress with a subtle pop of the night’s hot pink trend down the front.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment
Sylvan Esso's Amelia Meath opted for a shorter dress, but it’s no less eye-catching thanks to its rich fuchsia hue.Amy Sussman/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
Lili Haydn’s long dress featured a watercolor mixture of hot pinks, soft roses, and citrusy pastels.Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Entertainment