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The Best Dressed Men at the 2024 Grammys

From Lenny Kravitz in Rick Owens to Jon Batiste in Versace.

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Music's biggest crooners showed up in showstopping style at the 66th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. From cool takes on classic tuxedos to chest-baring ensembles, the gents of the Grammys brought out plenty of swoon-worthy fashion to the carpet.

Lenny Kravitz smoldered in a sheer Maison Margiela top and customer pants from Chrome Hearts. Others who went bold with their looks included Calvin Harris and Rufus Wainwright, who both wore printed suits in brownish hues. Musical mavens like John Legend in Saint Laurent and Mark Ronson in Gucci looked smart in new takes on timeless tailoring, while Jon Batiste showed off in a grey skirt and pant combo from Versace. Other stylish standouts included nominee and performer Finneas O'Connell in Giorgio Armani and Maluma in a Dolce & Gabbana look.

See more of our picks for the best-dressed men of the 2024 Grammys ahead.

Lenny Kravitz in Rick Owens, Maison Margiela, and Chrome Hearts

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Lenny Kravitz made viewers swoon as he wore a sheer shirt by Rick Owens with a leather bolero and custom black jeans from Chrome Hearts.

Mark Ronson in Gucci

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The legendary producer went modern with Gucci, wearing a v-neck layered under a double-breasted jacket, matching trousers, and the brand's signature horsebit loafers.

Maluma in Dolce & Gabbana, Jacob & Co. watch, and Bose x Icebox earpods

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Maluma chose a cool, relaxed tuxedo from Dolce & Gabbana,blue shades, and a jaw-dropping Jacob & Co. watch for music's biggest night.

Jon Batiste in Versace, David Yurman jewelry and Vacheron Constantin watch

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Jon Batiste went for the unexpected with a silver skirt-pants combo and matching button-up jacket by Versace. He complemented his look with a Vacheron Constantin timepiece.

Lil Mosey in Louis Vuitton

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Lil Mosey chose a Louis Vuitton varsity jacket layered over a shirt and tie.

Finneas O'Connell in Givenchy

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Finneas tapped Givenchy for a head-to-toe black moment.

John Legend in Saint Laurent

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John Legend's tie-front shirt and satin-lapel jacket was one of the coolest take on the tuxedo from the night.

Landon Barker

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Landon Barker wore 2024's biggest color trend: bright red.

Jacob Collier

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Jacob Collier made a case for maximalism in a patchwork patterned suit layered over a bright pink turtleneck.

Lionel Richie in Alexander McQueen

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The music legend dazzled on the red carpet in this black suit from Alexander McQueen that featured a crystal embellished dragonfly.

Kingsley Ben-Adir in Gucci

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The "One Love" actor and singer looked fresh in a olive green bomber jacket and wool trousers from Gucci.

Jack Antonoff

Jack Antonoff won big at the Grammys in a classic suit styled sans tie.

Calvin Harris

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Calvin Harris kept things groovy in a retro, '70s-inspired tan suit.

Peso Pluma in Louis Vuitton

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Peso Pluma wore a suit jacket, trousers, and shirt with silver-and-turquoise detailing courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran kept it casual in matching abstract camo-printed separates.

James Blake in Prada

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James Blake looked sharp in a black monochromatic ensemble with exaggerated shoulders from Prada.

Chris Appleton in Louis Vuitton

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Makeup maven Chris Appleton kept things crisp and cool in a white blazer and black tuxedo pant combo designed by Louis Vuitton

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