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The Best Menswear From Super Bowl 2024, Including Post Malone’s Coolest Outfit Ever

Post Malone
The perfect slim-fit blue Wranglers. The suede jacket layered over a white henley shirt. The leopard-print belt. The lime-green-tinged turquoise bolo tie. The gleaming grills. Last night, Posty was cooking with gas. (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Jay-Z
Jay and his eldest daughter Blue Ivy, who’ve made a habit of pre-show fit checks at recent Super Bowls past; both rocked embellished leather jackets on Sunday: Jay’s was a Vegas-themed embroidered number, while Blue’s was a patch-covered Off-White varsity jacket. But this year they brought along Blue’s little sister Rumi, 6, who showed them both up in a custom Givenchy (!) leather bomber and boots. (Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)
Usher
After melting the proverbial paint off the Allegiant Stadium walls in his custom Off-White ensemble (among several other bedazzled stage outfits), Usher switched into something more comfortable—a floor-length white fur coat—to take a very deserved victory lap at his own Super Bowl afterparty. (Cassidy Sparrow/Getty Images)
Justin Bieber
We may not have witnessed JB’s grand return to white skinny jeans and purple Supra high-tops last night, but he did wear this very nice Marine Serre shirt. (PATRICK T. FALLON/Getty Images)
Travis Kelce

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce headed into the big game last night in a custom sequin-embellished bouclé jacket and matching trousers from Amiri.

“We wove in paillettes to give it just a bit of sparkle, and then we cropped the jacket a bit and put a soft shoulder there,” designer Mike Amiri told Vogue ahead of the game. “Travis really is a bit of a showman, and we were thinking, this is the first Super Bowl in Las Vegas, so why not really let it represent that entertainment feel that Vegas is known for, and let him shine a bit.”

(Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Patrick Mahomes
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who may or may not be the the greatest quarterback of all time, also had the flashbulbs in mind last night as he headed into the stadium. Though he went a bit more traditional in a slim-fit suit, he turned up the dial a bit with Louis Vuitton luggage and a truly wild pair of blade sunglasses. (Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
Christian McCaffrey
If you want to make a statement on game day, lugging a five-figure Hermès Birkin bag into the stadium is a surefire way to do so. (The pinstripe suit, however, is Ralph Lauren Purple Label.) (Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Brock Purdy
Despite our continued best efforts, no-show socks remain a tunnel-fit staple. (Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Jermaine Dupri
That said—there's no better anecdote to a no-show sock with a derby than a rouched white sock with a loafer. Thank you, Jermaine! (PATRICK T. FALLON/Getty Images)
Riot, Ice Spice, and Taylor Swift
Sitting in Taylor Swift's suite at the Super Bowl is a great place to show off some logos, and we've got a notable parade of brands on display here with Ice Spice (in a purple Alex Moss cross pendant) and her producer Riot both rocking Balenciaga, while Swift wore a Dion Lee corset top and rhinestone-embellished Area jeans. (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Jason Kelce
Someone had to wear a game bib, right? (Harry How/Getty Images)
Jeff Goldblum
As they say: When in doubt, wear Bode. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Fabolous and Central Cee
Welcome to Las Vegas, a.k.a. Logo City. (Cassidy Sparrow/Getty Images)
Jared Leto
We live in the era of the No-Shirt Suit, and it looks like Jared Leto has officially gotten the memo. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Bobby Flay
Doesn't pack quite the same punch as Posty's aforementioned game-winning ensemble, but a henley and blue jeans is always a solid combo. (Cassidy Sparrow/Getty Images)
Jon Hamm and Miles Teller
Jon Hamm wearing a Kelce Chiefs jersey and a ratty Blues cap. Miles Teller wearing a Grateful Dead tie-dye tee and a logo hat promoting the canned cocktail company he co-owns. Just dudes being dudes. (PATRICK T. FALLON/Getty Images)
Paul Rudd
But it's best to save the most “dudes being dudes" fit for last. (Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Posty’s classic blue jeans. Usher’s floor-length fur coat. Jay-Z and Blue Ivy’s matching leather jackets. Travis Kelce’s sequined tweed. Here are all the celebrity style standouts from Super Bowl LVIII.

Originally Appeared on GQ