Kicking off the new year in trendsetting fashion, the 2014 People’s Choice Awards’ red carpet at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in California was ablaze last night (January 8) with PYTs and their handsome counterparts. Sure, the girls brought the trendy glam, but the guys showed off their own sartorial muscle, too.
Justin Timberlake: The entertainer, and three-time winner for Favourite Male Artist, R&B Artist and Album, balanced an armful of trophies while looking sharp in an all-black Tom Ford ensemble. That he went tieless and sported a bit of well-groomed scruff only contributed to the cool factor.
Ian Somerhalder: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ hottie scored the win for Favourite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor—and scored major style points with his Z Zegna navy blazer with button-down shirt and tie, which he handsomely dressed down with a pair of dark denim jeans, casual loafers and a touch of scruff. Of course, who was really looking at anything but those piercing baby blues.
Chris Colfer: The ‘Glee’ cutie showed off his Favourite Comedic TV Actor trophy in a Sand midnight-blue, velvet blazer paired with Citizens of Humanity ‘Blade’ tapered slim jeans, a white button-down shirt and black tie. Like Ian, he put a casual spin on his formal top half with dark denim jeans.
Michael B. Jordan: Continuing his suave run, the actor caught my attention in a dark-blue, textured Lanvin suit with contrasting black lapels, which he wore with a black button-down shirt and black tie, along with polished Christian Louboutin shoes and a Piaget watch. It was a handsome entrance, as usual.
Zac Efron: The actor also worked the navy menswear trend of the night in his well-tailored George Clinton suit and Bally lace-up loafers.
Miles Teller: Suiting up in charcoal grey, the actor donned an Emporio Armani ensemble, accented by a complementary printed tie and pocket square.
With the guys in a gamut of looks ranging from casual-cool to more formal styles, who was your favourite?
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