Menswear Weekend Roundup

Menswear Weekend Roundup

The past few days were packed with a range of menswear looks, heavy on the formal tux angle with a few more colourful options thrown in for good measure. Here, a look at the weekend’s handsome set of guys.

Zachary Quinto: A presenter at the 68th annual Tony Awards, the actor dressed for the occasion in a Thom Sweeney three-piece, black wool tuxedo, paired with a white cotton dress shirt and black silk bow tie. David Yurman black onyx shirt studs pulled the look together with an added note of polish.

Djimon Hounsou: Bringing a breath of fresh blue to the red carpet of the ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ Los Angeles premiere, Djimon wore his beautifully hued Calvin Klein Collections suit with equally well-styled accessories, including an incredible pair of navy Christian Louboutin loafers, Martin Katz cufflinks, and a Montblanc timepiece.

Daniel Radcliffe
: In attendance at the Tony Awards supporting his play, ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan,’ Daniel was dapper in an Ermenegildo Zegna Made-to-Measure one-button, satin peak-lapel tuxedo in midnight navy—a great departure from the traditional black colour. A matching bow tie, white dress shirt, and KG Kurt Geiger ‘Anton’ shoes finished the look.

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Zachary Levi: Also one of the evening’s presenters at the Tony Awards, Zachary joined the tux brigade in his attractive, slim-fitting black Brunello Cucinelli suit with satin lapels, wrapped up with a matching bow tie.

Robert Pattinson: At ‘The Rover’ Sydney premiere in Australia, Rob took a cleaner cut approach in his black Gucci two-button, notch-lapel ‘Marseille’ suit with a white dress shirt, black silk tie and black patent leather lace-up shoes. With his sport coat worn unbuttoned, the look still had an air of the actor’s signature casual flair.

Orlando Bloom: The actor and Broadway star made a statement in his Lanvin tuxedo in a dark monochromatic hue at the Tony Awards. The trendsetting midnight-navy sheen of his ensemble stood out among the sea of black tuxes and white dress shirts.

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Jay Baruchel: Joining Djimon at the ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ premiere, the actor also jumped on the blue trend, his a navy Z Zegna two-button, notch-lapel suit. Adding a casual contemporary, street edge to the suit, he wore white sneakers and a white shirt, sans tie.

Samuel L. Jackson: Working a rich chocolate-brown shade at the Tony Awards, Samuel attended in a custom Giorgio Armani two-button, notch-lapel tuxedo with grosgrain details was completed by a classic white evening shirt and a chocolate-brown grosgrain bow tie. He attended with his wife, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, who wore a delightful shade of royal blue in her Giorgio Armani one-shoulder gown with intricate beading on the strap. The look was completed with a blue, charcoal and violet organza cape featuring an abstract floral motif. She was nominated for ‘Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role’ for her work in ‘A Raisin in the Sun.’

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9 thoughts on “Menswear Weekend Roundup

  1. sophie

    I expected much more than Rob’s boring accountant at Wall Street look.

    Daniel and Zachary always live up to my great expectations.

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  2. Noemi

    Robert Pattinson is my favorite. I would have added Daniel Radcliffe but the pants are too short. Lots of men wear too short or too long pants… why?!?

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  3. towanda

    zachary levi is my favourite but i really wish seeing Matt Bomer in this post. he was stunnig as always

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  4. amy

    in a sea of black suits, Djimon stands out.love his shoes. Zach Quinto and Daniel R also look super sharp

    Reply

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