Awards season is in full swing and last night saw the mavens of music come through (or not) for the 2018 Grammy Awards. There were stellar musical performances but on the men’s style front, much was left to be desired. That might be a bit harsh but for yet another year, some guys smashed it and others got smashed, pushing us to the point of almost going “Diet Prada” on some of the stylists responsible for ensuring our most loved recording artists show up solid on the red carpet. Nevertheless, for those who delivered and inspired us, we salute them. Here’s our best dressed and most stylish at the 2018 Grammys. If you think we missed someone, drop us a comment.
Childish Gambino has never failed to bring it at the Grammys and as for his riveting performance with young Lion King co-star JD McCray, bravo!
John Legend is a certified pro when it comes to red carpet domination and as for the Grammys, see for yourselves.
The first family of music can do no wrong. Hov’s black tux paired with that black turtleneck was a sophisticated style move.
Yes, it’s different but when you can carry it with confidence it makes a big difference. And Jaden Smith can.
Zayn smashed it in this Richard James ensemble.
Vic scored a touchdown in Isaia and if he didn’t we would be surprised.
Prance in with the Princeton Gucci shearling-lined loafers Rhett. Oh, the simplicity of this whole look is just splendid.
Shy Glizzy “styled” himself. All I got to say is head to toe Dior was not a shy move. Well played.
Rick Ross was on fire. Peep the loafers, then the cape… no more inspection needed. Total OG vibes. #Win.
This yellow/gold velvet dinner jacket turned heads. Way to go Neyo.
Mike Mill Made-It might have been looked over by the conservatives but bruh bounced boldly through in these Balenciaga’s and we liked.
Say what you want, the Migos trio’s Michael Jackson moves made for a serious style vibes. The black velvet loafers though.
Kendrick Lamar came to win and win he did. Post his political an powerful performance this Saint Laurent silk robe wearing rapper crept away (referencing the black creepers) with five Grammys.