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01.02.18 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here, the latest look at the guys who have caught our eye.

Armie Hammer: The actor was at the London Film Critics Circle Awards 2018 on Sunday (January 28), where he suited up in an Etro ensemble. I like the coloration of this green striped jacket, especially as it brought out his eyes.

John Legend: Does it get more dapper than this? I think not, as the singer debuted a dandy Gucci plaid suit in Soho, New York City on Tuesday (January 30). It was ever so stylized in all the right ways with the striped bow tie, colour-block tassel loafers, and bold sunglasses.

Timothée Chalamet: Joining Armie at the London Film Critics Circle Awards, the young actor kept his signature look going strong with the slim, cropped proportions of this Berluti suit and black T-shirt. This bold blue colour was striking on him.

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10.01.18 Menswear

The National Board Of Review Annual Awards Gala Menswear Roundup

A trio of men joined Angelina Jolie, Julianna Margolies, Saoirse Ronan, and Lupita Nyong’o among others at The National Board Of Review Annual Awards Gala on Tuesday (January 9) in New York City.

Timothée Chalamet: On some other guys, the tie on this Thom Browne gray suit would have taken me straight to the corporate office. But, the young actor manages to pull it off with his quirky panache, given the intentionally cropped proportions of the suiting.

Armie Hammer: This Brunello Cucinelli ensemble was another sharp look for the actor. What I loved the most was how smartly the baby-blue shirt and floral pin brought out his eyes. It was also a first-class lesson in how crisp and polished a menswear look can be without a tie.

Daniel Kaluuya: Speaking of no ties, Daniel was just as sleekly handsome in his dark Burberry suit styled with a solid use of a turtleneck. The pocket square also infused this look with so much personality.

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04.01.18 Menswear

2017 New York Film Critics Awards Menswear Roundup

The New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Wednesday (January 3) in New York City, wasn’t just ladies night, as a trio of handsome – well-dressed – gents were also on the scene.

Armie Hammer: There was a mixed reaction to the colour of Armnie’s previous look, but I have feeling this checked Etro suit will be roundly applauded. Not only for the stepping outside the norm and opting for a multi-hued look, but also for keeping up his consistency.

Michael B. Jordan: With his ‘ Black Panther’ promo tour on the horizon, the actor stepped back into the spotlight in a black Dolce & Gabbana brocade suit. The devil is in the detail.

Timothée Chalamet: The young actor opted for pinstripe Thom Browne suit on this occasion. Thom Brown often likes to play with the proportions of his pieces, so while the shrunken jacket might not go down too well with the majority, I think Timothée has the body frame and the panache to pull it off very well.

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03.01.18

29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Menswear Roundup

Here are three dashing gents who joined a host of lovely ladies for the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala on Tuesday (January 2).

Armie Hammer: Positioning himself as the golden boy of the evening, there was plenty of old-school charm to Armie’s Dolce & Gabbana suit styled with Louboutin shoes to be had. We tend to tire of the predictable menswear offerings, so how does this colour combo fare?

Timothée Chalamet: Our best dressed male of 2017 started off on a classic note wearing a shawl lapel suit oozing plenty of elegance.

Kumail Nanjian: You can never label Kumail’s style as boring. I love how his J. Crew Ludlow shawl-collar tuxedo has so much vibrancy thanks to the tartan blazer. Some might find it comedic, but it’s refreshing bold to me.

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28.11.17 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

There were plenty of gents showcasing their sartorial styles on the red carpet over the last two days.

Garrett Hedlund: Dressed for the Gotham Awards, I found myself overly distracted by the bed hair to pay too much attention to his windowpane Dolce & Gabbana suit and Christian Louboutin ‘Roadie’ boots.

Harry Styles: The one person you can never accuse of playing it safe when it comes to suiting is Harry Styles. The singer, who performed at the ARIA Awards today, was looking very dapper in his bespoke Alexander McQueen multicolour paisley double-breasted suit. And the suaveness and 60s inspo didn’t end there, as he styled the look with metallic bronze boots.

Timothée Chalamet: The young actor and Berluti appear to be a match made in fashion heaven. His burgundy Berluti Fall 2017 suit was exquisitely textured in velvet to present a smart look with contemporary flair. Timothée’s suit was styled with a cashmere sweater and ‘Austin’ boots all from Berluti.

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16.10.17 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

The men have recently been making just as strong of a statement on the red carpet with many of them breaking away from black suits.

Dev Patel: Choosing a more relaxed look for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic event on Saturday (October 14), the British actor wore a Burberry a pale T-shirt and skinny khaki pants with a navy jacket. The distressed brown boots created a quiet but interesting mix of colours.

Armie Hammer: Looking debonair, the ‘Call Me by Your Name’ actor wore a slim Bottega Veneta suit at the Hammer Museum Gala In The Garden event on Saturday (October 14). The black polo neck and lace-up shoes helped bring out the miniature check in the suit.

James Marsden: The actor cut a stylish figure at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday (October 14). The dark green shirt and brown tie wouldn’t have been my first choice for this Zegna suit, but he convinced me how well they could work thanks to the matching brown shoes and simple accessorising.

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10.10.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Fresh from a weekend’s worth of looks, here’s what the men have been wearing lately.

Andrew Garfield: At the ‘Breathe’ New York special screening on Monday (October 9) alongside Claire Foy, Andrew donned a Tom Ford ensemble that continued his incredibly polished flair. Fresh off his BDOTW win—where he was also in Tom Ford—this look continued in fine form, as I loved the varied richness with which he wore these shades of blue, highlighted by the flash of a light pocket square to complete the effect.

Miles Teller: Joining Jennifer Connelly and Nina Dobrev at the ‘Only The Brave’ LA premiere on Sunday (October 8), Miles was all buttoned up in a conservative Ermenegildo Zegna Couture three-piece suit that was ever so dapper.

Michael Fassbender: Dropping by ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ on Friday night (October 6), Michael took a handsomely laid-back approach in Burberry tailoring that didn’t take itself too seriously by virtue of the unbuttoned dress shirt.

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