Jack Harlow was a perfect fit at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas.
Harlow’s latest appearance comes a week after the release of her new album, “Come Home the Kids Miss You.” This is his second studio album, which includes his hits “First Class” and “Nail Tech”.
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The rapper looked dapper as he led the way in an all-black ensemble. Harlow’s outfit consisted of a dark suit jacket with structured shoulders and elegant lapels. He paired the overcoat with a black button-up shirt and matching tie.
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Harlow continued with a monochromatic aesthetic by completing her look with black pants. The stockings were steamed with sewn pleats. The pointed hem of his pants helps show off his shoes. To keep things smooth, the “What’s Poppin’” hitmaker completed her look with black suede shoes. The shoe style had an almond-shaped toe and a firm outsole.
In terms of fashion, FN cover star is known for having an incomparable sneaker collection. He was never shy about expressing his love for New Balance and timeless streetwear pieces.
The Billboard Music Awards are back in Las Vegas, celebrating music’s biggest stars and Diddy takes the stage as host. The BBMAs will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and will air at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, in addition to the live broadcast on Peacock.
Before the start of the televised ceremony, the winners have already been announced, including Drake, who has won five awards for best artist, male artist, rap artist, male rap artist and rap album so far. Olivia Rodrigo and Kanye West, meanwhile, won six. Other nominees include Doja Cat, Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa and The Weeknd. Tonight’s performers include Ed Sheeran, Silk Sonic, Miranda Lambert, Travis Scott, as well as Billboard Icon Award-winning Mary J. Blige.
Check out all the celebrity arrivals at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards in the gallery.
Launch Gallery: 2022 Billboard Music Awards Celebrity Red Carpet Arrivals
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