These boots were made for walking the red carpet… and performing… and presenting at the 2022 Grammy Awards. Lenny Kravitz stepped out and turned heads at the 2022 Grammys ceremony on Sunday in three equally cool rock ‘n’ roll ensembles, each complete with his signature high-heeled boots.
Always one to stick to his sexy-cool ways, Kravitz and his stylist Rodney Burns pulled a quintessentially “Kravitz” look for the red carpet, including a sheer, silver custom chainmail rhodium metal top by Ukrainian American designer Natalia Fedner, black leather pants and knee-high black leather high-heeled boots by Jordan Adoni in collaboration with West Hollywood’s Church Boutique.
Kravitz paired it with layered silver necklaces and bug-eyed steampunk-esque goggle sunglasses to complete the look.
Later in the night, he took the stage for an electric and powerful performance alongside H.E.R. and Travis Barker, singing one of his greatest hits, “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” Dressed in an unzipped Chrome Hearts metallic gold jumpsuit and custom silver high-heeled boots, again by Jordan Adoni, the Let Love Rule artist kept his high-shine, rocker-chic look going. He also added another item by Fedner with a two-tone metal shoulder piece on his jacket.
“In creating the piece, I had to take into account how that movement would affect the metal pieces,” Fedner wrote. “The length was really important — it had to be long enough to have a wow effect but not so long that it would get in the way of Lenny’s dynamic performance. I love texture (duh) so layering it up at the top of the shoulder was a fun way to add texture to the look while also fulfilling the direction of different length layers.”
Later, Kravitz presented the album of the year award to Jon Batiste for We Are, and switched into a black silky button-down top, black skin-tight leather pants, and knee-high Christian Louboutin leopard high-heeled boots, staying the course with his layered silver necklaces, and opting for square-shaped shield sunnies.
Each of Kravtiz’s skin-baring silhouettes, metallic accents, and high-heeled boots, all kept in tune with his beloved glam-rock aesthetic.