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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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02.05.17 Menswear

2017 Met Gala Couples


In addition to Pharrell Williams and Helen Lasichanch, there were a few other couples who attended the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1) in New York City.

Eddie Redmayne & Hannah Bagshawe: While they may not have fully embraced the theme like Pharrell and Helen, Eddie and Hannah still made for a pretty partnership in Prada. The deep jewel-toned hue of her amethyst gown, awash in the label’s signature embellishment, was striking against his midnight-navy suit that was precision-tailored with just the right amount of quirk in its oversized buttons.

Armie Hammer & Elizabeth Chambers Hammer: Coordinating in all black, both Armie and Elizabeth wore Ralph Lauren ensembles. However, no offense to Armie, no one was looking at his monochromatic moment that was nothing if not handsomely sleek. But, with her sheer lace gown, Elizabeth commanded attention—even if we’ve seen this leggy look done countless times over. Its ubiquity has cancelled out any hope of the avant-garde, although a more sculptural, origami-style ’do might have helped inch this ensemble closer to the night’s theme.

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28.02.17 Menswear

2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Menswear Roundup

It was definitely ladies night at the 2017 Oscars parties, but a few men joined in on the sartorial parade of looks at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party and Elton John’s AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday (February 26).

Armie Hammer: Sleek and sophisticated, the actor dressed to impress in a Tom Ford tux styled with a Montblanc timepiece, but it was his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, who really put on the glitz in this berry-hued Monique Lhuillier Resort 2017 embellished gown.

Jared Leto: We can also rely on Jared to keep us on our toes, and he did just that with this Gucci Spring 2017 ensemble paired with Gucci black leather GG Marmont loafers. With the craziness of this spitfire look, he obviously wanted to stand out from the crowd—and that he did.

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14.02.17 Menswear, Premiere

Armie Hammer In Todd Snyder, Brunello Cucinelli & Burberry – ‘Final Portrait’, ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Berlin Film Festival Photocalls & Premiere

Armie Hammer is currently Berlin, Germany promoting ‘Final Portrait’ and ‘Call Me by Your Name’ during the 2017 Berlinale International Film Festival.

‘Final Portrait’ photocall: It’s not often we see Armie’s casual side, but even in this Todd Snyder and J Brand combo, he still possess that air of gentlemanly charm.

‘Final Portrait’ premiere: Now this is the Armie Hammer we all know and love. Dashing, debonair and looking incredibly handsome in Brunello Cucinelli, he never fails to serve up sartorial excellence.

‘Call Me by Your Name’ photocall: Going from casual to smart to contemporary, the actor Burberry look – infused with warm nutmeg hues – was surprisingly my favourite of the trio.

Which one piques your interest?

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