VMAN's Top 8 Menswear Moments From VMAs of the Past

VMAN's Top 8 Menswear Moments From VMAs of the Past

VMAN's Top 8 Menswear Moments From VMAs of the Past

From Prince to Gucci Mane, the VMAs have often seen menswear roam free with a sense of boldness.

From Prince to Gucci Mane, the VMAs have often seen menswear roam free with a sense of boldness.

Ahead of this year's MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, VMAN took a look back at some of the award show's best menswear moments. Between Prince, The Fugees, and Gucci Mane, here's our top 8 favorite menswear looks from the VMAs of years past.

Prince, 1991

No one knows boldness quite like Prince, thus the red suit with wide legs came as no surprise.

Kurt Cobain, 1993

Kurt Cobain brought his infamous street style to the 1993 VMAs, but not without the red clout goggles that would decades later become popular again.

Dennis Rodman, 1995

At the time the NBA's most fashionable player Dennis Rodman wore a glittery tank top to the 1995 VMAs, he had just started playing for the Chicago Bulls.

The Fugees, 1996

Right before winning an award for their hit track "Killing Me Softly With His Song", Pras, Wyclef Jean, and Lauryn Hill (aka The Fugees) wore outfits to the VMA's red carpet that fully complimented each other.

Busta Rhymes, 1996

Busta Rhymes (left) brought the fun with him at the '96 VMAs while being nominated in the "Breakthrough Video" category.

*NSYNC, 1999

The '90s favorite boy band wore get ups that only added to their fan's craze over them, and in 1999 at the VMAs, that was especially so.

The Beastie Boys, 2004

The endlessly cool Beastie Boys wore identical track suits to the 2004 VMAs, each with their names embroidered on them.

Gucci Mane, 2018

Gucci Mane knows his way around an intricate suit, and 2018 may have seen his been one yet.

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