Music drives style—so it’s only fitting that for the 61st Grammy Awards on Sunday, the men in attendance dressed all the way up. In the process, they gave us a look at the state of cutting-edge fashion: we saw super-slick suits, a surprising amount of lace, some hand-embellished corduroys, and enough leather to turn you vegan.
Here are our picks for the sharpest guys of the night.
in Thom Browne, King Push looking fittingly regal.
in Haider Ackermann, An extremely good—and wonderfully dressed—couple!
in M.X By Maxine Simoens pants and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, No flex quite like the delicate-lace-shirt-and-a-blunt flex.
Shawn Mendes,– in Paul Smith, A suit so sharp Mendes just might cut himself on it.
in Bode, Fresh off a killer New York Fashion Week show, designer Emily Bode customized Bridges’ corduroy suit with moments from his life.
in Celine, The black shirt is a risky red carpet proposition—but we always like Mark Ronson’s odds.
Power in (wildly stylish) numbers.
in Dior, We’re not entirely sure what to call this techno-kimono-trenchcoat-army-man fit, but we know we’re into it.
When it comes to dressing exactly like himself and no one else, Jaden takes no days off.
in Prada, Antonoff takes Prada’s famous air tie out for a spin.
Having fun wearing a suit doesn’t mean wearing a novelty tie—it means taking a page from Beck’s book.
Ten bucks Kane Brown’s boxers are Versace, too. (This would be what we call a Good Decision.)
Alex Rodriguez,- in Tom Ford: The most low-key red carpet couple strikes again.
By Ginny Reese