The minute Harry Styles strode onto the Grammys red carpet adorned with a feather boa, the competition for best dressed men at the Grammys was over.
The Grammys have a long history of standout fashion moments though typically the men play it safe. However this year, with Harry Styles leading the way, marked a noticeable departure from the copy and paste tux that we have seen deployed so regularly in the past.
On the red carpet, Styles rocked a yellow, ’70s-inspired houndstooth blazer, brown velvet pants, cream-coloured shoes, and a pink-hued shirt with a low V-shaped neckline.
When it came time to take to the stage, opening proceedings with Grammy-nominated Watermelon Sugar, a shirtless Styles had switched into a leather Gucci suit, this time in a green feather boa.
The bold red carpet looked continued with everyone from Da Baby to Jhay Cortez using colour to stand out. Billie Eilish’s older brother Finneas rolled the dice and came up trumps with a hushed millennial pink Gucci tuxedo. While Bruno Mars channelled 70s glamour alongside Grammy winner Anderson.Paak.
Korean supergroup BTS stayed true to their clean-cut image. The group’s seven members – Jungkook, J-Hope, V, RM, Jin, Suga, and Jimin – dressed entirely in seven different fits from Louis Vuitton’s fall 2021 menswear collection. The group looked impeccable though a special shout out to RM’s all-camel look and J-Hope’s black sweater complete with giant flower lapel.
Amongst all the experimental looks there were still plenty of classic cuts amongst the best dressed men at the Grammys. Broadcast host Trevor Noah kept it legit, sporting a custom black tuxedo from Gucci, with a sparkling brooch by Tiffany & Co. Noah topped it off with a black bow tie and shoes.
Big Sean followed suit – literally – repping the tux as well, while music icon Jimmy Jam rounded his look off with a fedora.
Cycle through the gallery to see all the best dressed men at the Grammys.