Harry Styles rocked the 2021 BRIT Awards red carpet in a 70s-inspired Gucci suit.
The 27-year-old singer, who won Best British Single for Watermelon Sugar at the ceremony on Tuesday, wore a wool and silk double-breasted jacket and flared trousers, paired with a bamboo-handled brown leather bag.
The eye-catching ensemble featured a retro brown, burgundy, orange and beige coloured print, which he accessorised with a pair of matching Gucci suede sneakers, as well as several statement rings.
Harry is currently filming the upcoming 1950s drama My Policeman, and his short cropped hair complemented his vintage-inspired look.
The double-breasted graphic-print suit was first showcased in Alessandro Michele's virtual presentation on 15 April, which marked the 100th anniversary of the luxury Italian brand.
The Adore You hitmaker's stylist Harry Lambert added an oyster pearl shade manicure to the star's look, and he shared a behind-the-scenes snap of the show-stopping look on Instagram.
However, it wasn't just Harry's retro Gucci suit that hit the headlines following the ceremony, as many viewers took to social media to voice their confusion over the former One Direction singer's accent.
The star, who grew up in Cheshire, took to the stage to accept the Best British Single honour, and as he thanked the frontline workers who were in audience, he began talking with a slight U.S. twang, which fans suggested was due to his American girlfriend, actress and director Olivia Wilde.
"Harry Styles has got that thing I used to get when I sat next to someone in the office with a regional accent and you’d fully take it on within a week of knowing them," one bemused viewer quipped on Twitter.