The Best Red-Carpet Menswear Moments at the Grammy's 2017

Another season of the Grammy's 2017 has come and gone, like the reverberating echoes of one-hit wonders in the past and present. While we can agree that Beyoncé's artful, politically-charged performance was both timeless and profound, can we say the same about what went down sartorially on the red carpet? In general, the male celebrities that showed up in their red-carpet best at the Grammy's this year kept it relatively safe but classic. Exquisitely tailored suits remained a constant fixture, mixed in with the occasional statement piece like a suede studded jacket donned by Nick Jonas and even a fur-collar overcoat worn by Jason Derulo. But whose look reigned supreme? Well, without further hesitation, let's break it down:

Nick Jonas in head-to-toe Balmain. What a studly look for a stud -- favorite look of the night for sure.

Chance the Rapper slayed in this almost all-grey ensemble. The matching tie really took it to the next level, with just the right amount of contrast from his sharp oxford derbys. 

Jason DeRulo literally woofs it up with a perfectly-manicured beard and a luscious fur-collar overcoat layered over a classic suit get-up. This is how you make your presence known on the red carpet. 

Diplo looked more like a priest or a "father," if you will than a major, chart-topping DJ. Perhaps it's because he came onto the red carpet with his "altar boys" in tow. 

Steve Aoki proved that black is indeed the new black and proved consistency is the key element in establishing a personal, red-carpet style. The Yohji Yamamoto frames he's wearing deserves all the applause. 

Gary Clark, Jr. kept it simple and minimal with a rocker edge in John Varvatos. The entire outfit silently screams rock n' roll in the best ways possible.

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