Grammys Fashion: Dapper Dudes Choose Classic Hats


Marc Jacobs designed the two-tone dark olive suit with black lapels that the singer wore so well on Sunday, along with casually unbuttoned black shirt, a fedora, aviators and a couple lapel pins.

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Nominees go with cool bowlers and fedoras on Sunday's red carpet.

While nothing came close to topping Pharrell’s infamous 2014 Grammys Smokey the Bear hat in size or stature, several male nominees opted for more classic ways of covering their heads on Sunday's red carpet.

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Chris Brown added some of the only color of the night to the red carpet with the merlot-hued My Bob Collection fedora that covered his newly blue hair. The hat finished off his well-accessorized look that also included an undone Prada bow tie and vintage Cartier sunnies. 

Ne-Yo, whose new Non-Fiction album just dropped at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, showed up in a classic black fedora with a feather in the side, tipped oh-so subtly, along with a two-tone Marc Jacobs suit.

Meanwhile, best R&B album nominee Aloe Blacc topped off his dapper navy blue tuxedo and blue bow tie with a classic black bowler hat, and “I Got U” nominee Jax Jones donned a black fedora with his casual T-shirt, suit and sneakers look.  

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