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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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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here, a look at what the men have been up to on the red carpet lately.

Andrew Garfield: Joining Claire Foy for the ‘Breathe’ premiere at the BFI London Film Festival on Wednesday (October 4), Andrew couldn’t have looked more dapper if he tried in this Tom Ford tuxedo. There’s just something about the classic refinement of a tailored-to-perfection tux that gets me every time.

Winston Duke: The actor also made the honourable list of People’s ‘Ones To Watch,’ where he joined Paris Jackson for the celebration in LA on Wednesday (October 4). With this Hugo Boss suit and pops of burnt-orange accessories, he proved his style is something to look out for, too.

Jake Gyllenhaal: Jake has been making waves as the handsome new face of Eternity by Calvin Klein, but on Tuesday (October 3), he brought his eternally fine form to the ‘Stronger’ premiere during the 13th Zurich Film Festival. This Gucci midnight-navy suit checked the box—and blue is most certainly his colour—but I would have loved to see him push the envelope just a bit more.

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08.09.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

No better way to round out the week than with a group of handsome guys on the red carpet. Here’s who was out and about yesterday (September 7).

Armie Hammer: At the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, Armie echoed his own baby blues with shades of navy in this Ralph Lauren ensemble, where the suede, double-breasted jacket was the star piece. I’m sure the look had a lot more dimension in person.

Shia LaBeouf: Also at the Toronto Film Festival, Shia attended the ‘Borg/McEnroe’ premiere, where he emboldened his dark Prada suit with a colourful paisley dress shirt. We’ve seen nearly the identical look on Dane DeHaan.

Timothée Chalamet: Joining Armie at the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ premiere, Timothée had another shade of blue in mind with this cerulean suit from the Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Fall 2017 collection. The fit could have been better, especially through the trousers, so as to quell any sort of retro prom references.

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04.08.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

In our final menswear roundup of the week, we have three handsome gentlemen taking a spin on the red carpet.

Channing Tatum: Joining his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, the actor scrubbed up well in a Burberry suit for his ‘Comrade Detective’ LA premiere. As always, his stuffy tie choice takes some of the gloss off this look.

Joseph Gordon Levitt: The actor joined Channing on the red carpet, taking all the formality out of his checked suit going sans tie. Whenever I see a tie-less look, I have to remind myself that Dane DeHaan didn’t start the trend, but he does exclusive present it on the red carpet.

Armie Hammer: The actor joined a host of stars at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet wearing a steal-blue Burberry suit which were no match for his piercing blue eyes.

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06.06.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

The men have been making the rounds over the past few days, with the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards, premieres, and more all providing reason for them to hit the red carpet.

Matt Bomer: An army-green suit is not one we see on the daily. So, this Todd Snyder ensemble at the CFDA Fashion Awards really caught my eye—especially with the contrasting, tuxedo racing stripes down the side. It was a clever juxtaposition of formal-wear with a sportier vibe in the cropped pants and socks-less loafers. But, I do wish the pants had been pressed.

Tom Cruise: Tom joined Sofia Boutella and Annabelle Wallis for the premiere of ‘The Mummy’ in Mexico City, where he wore an Ermenegildo Zegna Made to Measure three-piece suit. Sure, he looked handsome. But, with a Made to Measure suit, I would have expected a more precise, polished fit as the fabric seemed to crease and pull at various places here.

Donald Glover: Donald was at the Atlanta For Your Consideration screening in New York City, where he wore a Gucci ‘Donald Duck’ cardigan for our consideration. I actually found myself liking the playful, cartoonish spirit. I would have opted for black pants or denim jeans as opposed to these dark navy trousers as they seemed to be the odd man out.

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