They may be in Dublin for the Grammys, but Fontaines D.C. are making the most of the event and showcasing their own unique style.

Hosted by comedian and Daily Show host Trevor Noah, the 63rd Grammy Awards will feature performances from some of music's biggest names including Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, BTS, Megan Thee Stallion, HAIM, and Harry Styles.

As with most award ceremonies taking place during COVID-19, the night will be a hybrid of live and virtual performances, with nominees serving their looks from home and performers entering an audience-free Staples Center.

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Sure, the focus will be on the gowns, the jewels and the beauty looks but menswear has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years, with the guys going bigger and bolder with their fashion choices. The lads in Fontaines D.C. certainly didn't shy away from the camera in their Grammy looks. 

Unlike other groups like Korean pop group BTS who dressed to a theme in corresponding Louis Vuitton looks, the Dublin band – nominated for Best Rock Album – showed off their unique styles. Sharing a photo on Instagram, the lads looked edgy and elegant at the same time. 

Grian Chatten, Tom Coll, and Carlos O'Connell opted for cool and casual looks in MCQ by Alexander McQueen, the luxury fashion brand's ready-to-wear range known for its slick tailoring, vibrant prints and punk-inspired details. 

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Tom Coll opted for a grey blazer and matching trousers, accented with vertical and horizontal grey stripes. With a white and black striped shirt, black dress shoes and dark shades, he looked ready for the red carpet. 

Grian Chatten went for a more casual look, choosing a black and red sweater vest layered over a black and white cropped sleeve top paired with utility-style grey trousers and punk-inspired black combat boots. 

Carlos O'Connell meanwhile went for a more muted look, layering a loose grey jacket over a blue jumper, dark pants and two-tone black and brown loafers. Conor Deegan III balanced these edgier looks with a classic tuxedo, choosing a black design with a white dress shirt and black bow-tie. 

Arguably the most interesting look of a fantastic bunch, Conor Curley opted for a bold cream suit covered in a dark brown floral design by "eco-punk" Belfast designer Lucinda Graham. The suit featured an oversized jacket and fitted trousers, and was paired with a cream dress shirt and striking square-toed boots. 

Speaking to RTÉ Lifestyle, Lucinda explained that Curley approached her with the idea of creating a custom piece for the Grammys. Though the rest of the band were offered styling, she said, "Curley just wanted to feel comfortable and like it was him". 

As a fan of the band, Lucinda instantly said yes and got to work, she says. "We chatted about previous pieces I had made from past collections and decided on fabrics and cuts etc all in a day! The turn around was incredibly quick, finished in less than three days and away via courier to London!"

As for her trademark style, she says it's "structured tailoring mixed with an odd sense of romanticism, achieved through the almost exclusive use of vintage fabrics".