The music industry’s elite walked the red carpet at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards this year bringing their A-game. Common trends across various looks were definitely patterned suit jackets, bold colors, shawl lapels, and perfectly fitted silhouettes. Unfortunately, just as some slayed the red carpet in their pristine looks, some just didn’t quite get the message and hold up to the expectation — to say the least. But why stop there? We also bring you the red carpet’s hottest #CoupleGoals, and last but definitely not least, some of the sexiest women to either walk the red carpet or take the stage.
Men with Swagger
Here we bring you the 2018 Grammy’s most epic men’s look to walk the red carpet or take the stage:
No stranger to red carpets, Ryan Seacrest wore this RS Distinction navy patterned blazer. Paired with black velvet loafers and bold round shaped glasses, Ryan came dressed to impress.
Despite the more casual look, Daddy Yankee definitely did pull off his red carpet look. From the perfect coordination of navy throughout his outfit, including the classic crew cut t-shirt and perfectly fit shawl lapel suit, to the simple yet bold string diamond necklace.
Wearing a burgundy velvet blazer with a black trim peak lapel, Common brought just the right amount of color to the carpet with his perfectly fitted blazer, self-tie bowtie, and patten shoes combo.
Ne-Yo’s swagger is undeniable, dapper but with a casual twist, in this velvet gold colored and shawl lapel Grayscale blazer and Hollywood Hatters fedora. The color is refreshing, the fit is impeccable, and the smile just says it all.
For Luis, it’s all about the details. With a ticket pocket on this DSquared tuxedo,and a black sequined vest for just the right amount of pop, the details are exactly what elevates this #SwagWorthy look.
This year’s Grammy host, James appeared in various looks throughout the night (including a “New York” embroidered suit jacket), our personal favorite was the navy Burberry tuxedo red carpet look. It was perfectly tailored, and well paired with a navy self-tie bowtie. James is without-a-doubt quite the dapper Englishman.
Shaggy who showed up alongside Sting (seen here on the right) walked the red carpet wearing a bold dark green and navy windowpane jacket with a black satin shawl lapel, crisp white shirt, and classic self-tie butterfly bowtie. But let’s not forget those trendy Tom Ford sunglasses.
Rocking a perfectly tailored (that fits like a glove we might add) dusty pink Richard James suit with boldly colorful striped socks, there’s no doubt that Zayn is definitely a Swagger icon.
“Another one” of our favorite red carpet looks, DJ Khaled and his son Asahd wore a boldly colored, crushed velvet red suit and butterfly bowtie. As if that wasn’t enough, Asahd’s Gucci kicks are on point!
Worst Dressed Men:
Lastly, some men have Swagger, some men don’t, and some make you think if they looked in the mirror before showing up. Not necessarily for bad swagger — because we all know Nick Jonas set the tone at the recent Golden Globes — it’s just red carpet inappropriate.
Stan Smith seems to have a thing for green, the red and green combination just doesn’t do it for us. Also wishing this Cerruti 1881 double breasted suit was actually fitted, and less of a military like paired shoe. It just wasn’t doing it for him. If only his style was as good as his voice.
Although we loved various elements of Big Sean’s look, decked out head-to-toe Salvatore Ferragamo, it was just overdone. The layers were just too much. Either that blazer or that jacket had to go.
A total 180 from his recent look at the Golden Globes, Nick didn’t look bad, he just wasn’t dressed appropriate. Decked out in John Varvatos and a Detroit black printed t-shirt, this extremely casual look makes it seem like he just walked in from the Subway with no regard for the red carpet dress code. But maybe he just doesn’t give AF.
Known for his “out-of-the-box” style, Jaden shows up wearing an MSFTSRep top, G-Star pants, and some retro looking sneakers. Enough said.
We just can’t help but dub him as “The King of Bling”, Elton’s bright colors, sequins, monogrammed jackets, jewelry and iced out sunglasses (note his personalized Elton John rings). Elton came to this year’s Grammys rocking his trademark style in a Gucci jacket on the red carpet. Bold yes, but not quite #SwagWorthy.
Walking the red carpet is much easier when you have arm candy — and these couples just have it all. Check out our favourite couples who took to the Grammys red carpet:
John Legend & Chrissy Teigen
It goes without saying, John Legend looks amazing with his wife Chrissy Teigen on his arm, but his fitted Burberry tuxedo is #SwagWorthy all on its own.
Luis Fonsi and Agueda Lopez
Luis and Aguenda make one good looking couple.
Logic and Jessica Andrea
Quirky and fun, Logic and his wife Jessica Andrea are definitely having a blast together at the Grammys — but also have their Swagger on point!
Hottest Women of the Night
This awards season the women have certainly brought their A-game, and the Grammys were no different. Here are Swagger’s Hottest Women of the Night:
Camila looking sleek and sexy in this red hot dress.
Sexy, strong, and curvaceous. Definitely one beautiful, and powerful woman.
Looking sexy AF in this front slit sleek white dress, Hailee pairs it up with these Pantone color of the year Ultra-Violet boots. Bold or not, she still looks hotter than ever and in our good books.
Bebe’s hips don’t lie, and this dress tells it all — showcasing her beautiful hourglass figure.
Rita Ora is seductive in this long yet sexy high-slit black velvet dress.
Although we weren’t quite feeling her red carpet look, Rihanna redeemed herself looking hot AF rocking the stage performing Wild Thoughts with DJ Khaled and Bryson Triller.
Overall, this Grammys award show was dominated by a number of moving performances. Kesha, Lady Gaga, Pink and Sam Smith all sang their hit songs leaving everyone pushing back the tears. Everyone was dancing with Finesse when Bruno Mars and Cardi B performed and Rihanna brought the heat with DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller when they performed their smash hit Wild Thoughts.
Although not making our best dressed list, notably Bruno Mars did rise to the occasion emerging above the stiff competition in Album Of The Year, taking home the final GRAMMY of the evening for 24K Magic. The nod topped off a GRAMMY sweep for the Hawaii native, with Mars winning all six categories for which he was nominated. He also earned R&B Album, Record Of The Year for “24K Magic,” Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Song Of The Year for “That’s What I Like.”
This year’s Grammy show was certainly not one to forget!