The Grammys, which air on Sunday, celebrate all kinds of different music—it's why such a weird combination of different artists are always in attendance. Only at the Grammys can Kanye West, Luke Bryan and some jazz singer you’ve never heard of be honored at the same time. So, we’re celebrating the top music men who are nominated this year—and showing you how to snag their style.
Drake: Mock Drake and his signature cardigans all you want—there’s a reason why your girlfriend thinks he’s “adorable,” and why somebody like Queen J. Lo thinks he’s worth her time. And if he can pull off this suit and t-shirt combo without looking like someone out of Miami Vice, you can too. (Lazio Suit $499, Suit Supply; Gray T-Shirt $30, Buck Mason; Sterling Silver Cuff $155, Miansai; Flannel Pocket Square $10, The Tie Bar; Adidas Seeley Premiere Shoes, $70, Adidas)
Justin Bieber: His style evolution has been truly ridiculous—beginning with bushy-haired teeny bopper to your lesbian cousin to a tweaked-out street urchin. And while you’re never going to try to emulate his street style, when he dresses up in a suit like this, he almost looks like a full-grown man that you wouldn’t want to punch. Almost. (Saint Laurent Blazer $2,790, Mr. Porter; Black Tie $19, The Tie Bar; Polo Ralph Lauren $100, Mr. Porter; Armani Exchange Gold Watch $180, Macy’s; Benson Derby Shoes $595, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie; Prada Black Dress Pants $650, Mr. Porter)
Chance the Rapper: He may only be 23 years old, but Chance—his birth name is Chancellor, seriously—has already proven himself to be an incredible rapper and writer (he co-wrote Kayne’s The Life of Pablo). He also served as a spokesperson for Dockers, which sounds ridiculous until you see the way he seamlessly combines classic and street styles. Urban prep—get on it. (LA Dodgers Hat $25, 47 Brand; Batik Striped T-Shirt $50, Huckberry; Chambray Work Shirt $145, Buck Mason; Sunwashed Red Pants $74, Faherty Brand; Nike Lebron Witness Sneakers $100, Nike)
Sturgill Simpson: You probably haven’t been dialed into the buzz around Sturgill Simpson yet, but trust us, you will. This bluegrass boy’s down-home style is something you’ll want to emulate every weekend (just don’t let it bleed into your Friday work attire—it’s too casual for that). (Foraker Work Jacket $188, United by Blue; Casavva Work Shirt $80, Huckberry; 12-Month Wash Jeans $175, Buck Mason; Palladium Pampa Boots $120, Palladium)
Kanye West: Nobody loves Kanye’s style more than Kanye does, as evidenced by the release of his self-indulgent clothing line, which basically consists of drapey fabric and too-long sweatshirts with holes in them. But it can be argued that Kanye has his own unique style and look, so rip a page out of the style book of Yeezy. (Calvin Klein X UO Denim Jacket $99, Urban Outfitters; Black Jeans $50, Uniqlo; Standard Issue Pocket T-Shirt $25, Huckberry; Frazier Leather Hi-Tops $89, Clae; David Yurman Chain Necklace $255, Nordstrom)
David Bowie: The man is dead and he’s still nominated for three Grammys, so if there is any one word that could describe Bowie, it’s “transcendent.” And while you’re not going to want to emulate his Ziggy Stardust era, Bowie—a true fashion chameleon—had a style worth imitating even if you’re not into gender-bending. Dramatic cheekbones not included. (Oceania Wide-Brim Fedora $75, Goorin Bros.; Long-Sleeved Striped Polo $118, Faherty Brand; Havana Herringbone Suit $499, Suit Supply; Cupa Rocks Glass $50, Sempli)