MUSIC’S NIGHT OF NIGHTS is officially underway and the stars are dressing up for the occasion.
While the 66th annual Grammy Awards have been dominated by women—with female artists making up seven of the eight Album of the Year and Record of the Year nominations—the guys have certainly stepped things up in the fashion department. Be gone plain black suits (you have your place at the Oscars and Emmys—but the Grammys red carpet is not it); the likes of Jon Batiste, Lenny Kravitz and 21 Savage are showing us how red carpet dressing should be done. A Met Gala precursor, perhaps?
Ahead, a growing list of the nominees and attendees doing right by menswear at the 2024 Grammy Awards.
He’s nominated for Album of the Year so of course, Batiste had to pull out all the stops, opting for a silver-grey BOSS ensemble.
The rocker never fails to turn heads on a red carpet and tonight was no different, with Kravitz wearing Rick Owens, Chrome Hearts jewellery and vintage Dior glasses.
The fitness trainer looked ever-so dapper in khaki, co-ordinating with his Grammy-winning girlfriend, Victoria Monét and their two-year-old daughter Hazel.
Attending alongside wife Vick Hope, the DJ and Producer mixed ’70s-style prints with his shirt and suit.
The band coordinated in ivory, moiré printed Thom Browne suits.
The rapper’s take on an all-black ensemble included a studded jacket, leather gloves and shades.
The Australian producer and Grammy nominee amped up a black tux with a silver pin broach, collar chain and sunglasses.
Keeping things casual, the singer-songwriter opted for a camo-print jacket and pants.
After picking up a Grammy for Best Mexican Music Album, the Mexican singer hit the carpet in a Louis Vuitton shirt—complete with blue buttons and silver plated detailing—an embroidered jacket and flared trousers.