Golden Globes, Emmys…if our awards show finger math serves us right, that means that the Grammys were the third major show of the awards circuit, and the best by some distance. Trevor Noah actually did a pretty okay job, and while the live performances were a mixed bag — Joni Mitchell is the GOAT, Travis Scott not so much — watching Jay-Z stumble through a poorly thought-out diss speech and the internet blow up with a one Ms. Swift announced a new album live on air made music’s biggest night one to remember.
Of course, as much as we were excited about SZA and Olivia Rodrigo, we were really in it for the insane lineup of menswear that graced the Grammy 2024 red carpet. With a history of one-upping their Hollywood counterparts with wild, wacky and winning ensembles, the artists, bands, producers and music industry failed to disappoint.
We’ve got the best of the Grammys 2024 below, with all the red-carpet looks of the night that are worth checking out. From Boygenius to Jon Baptiste, here are the best Grammy 2024 red carpet menswear looks.
Boygenius in Thom Browne
The boys are back at the Grammys. In Thom Browne, naturally.
Whoa! Where’d Ed Sheeran go?
Kingsley Ben-Adir in Gucci
That’s one way to make an impression.
Skirts are in for 2024.
Brandi Carlile’s peachy-ensemble is an early contender for suit of the night.
Never underestimate the power of a cowboy hat.
We see your classic tuxedo and raise you a John Legend blouse.
It’s a big day for embroidery. And shiny, squared-toe shoes.
El David Aguilar
Small man, huge cardi.
Y a veces me visto de Gucci de frente a los pies.
Literal star power.
Okay, who let the fun uncle on the red carpet?
Huge fit from U.K. producer-rapper Banbwoi, right down to the chunky, lug-sole derbies.
Sunglasses on the red carpet? A-lister move.
Billie Eilish in Chrome Hearts
The Billie-big jacket affair continues.
Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell of Larkin Poe
Sambas at the Grammys? Sambas at the Grammys.
This is what Hozier thinks he looks like.
Come for Oppenheimer composer Ludwig Göransson’s pyjama-style suiting, stay for the flowing Swedish locks.
We’ll just say it: Calvin Harris kinda looks like a rug. And we like that.
Paolo Sandoval is Commerce Editor at InsideHook, having previously contributed to Valet Mag. He writes and reports about style, running, grooming, wellness, menswear trends, cultural media and other pursuits tangential to looking and feeling like a million bucks.