Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Bradley Cooper In Vivienne Westwood MAN - ‘The Hangover Part III’ Paris Premiere

Bradley Cooper joined co-star Heather Graham on the red carpet at the Cinema UGC Normandie in France for the Paris premiere of ‘The Hangover III’ or, as they call it in France, ‘Very Bad Trip 3’.

The actor, who appears to be growing his beard out again, wore a Vivienne Westwood MAN suit.

His two-button charcoal suit styled with a white dress shirt and black tie was accessorized with tan lace-up shoes, when black would’ve been the more obvious choice.

Should he have gone with the obvious choice?

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'The Hangover III' London Premiere Menswear Round Up

The wolf pack showed up at The Empire Cinema in London for the UK premiere of ‘The Hangover III’ on Wednesday. Most of the suits and accents featured shades of blue, but some of the men wore them better than others.

Bradley Cooper: In a Ferragamo custom-made navy three-piece suit, Bradley stunned. Shorter pants would have made this an absolutely impeccable look, though the fit of the waistcoat and jacket, along with the french-cuff shirt and patterned tie, looked so great the pants aren’t even that noticeable.

Zach Galifianakis: The comedian had the right idea with a plaid-patterned suit, but it all just fit so poorly. The waistcoat was a size too small and the pants too long. I’m not a big fan of such hefty boots on the red carpet in the summer either. I like the pale-orange shirt, though.

Justin Bartha: Pinstripes signify power and Justin wore them well in an Etro grey shadow-stripe suit. He did some good pattern mixing in this outfit, combining stripes with a grey-and-blue square-pattern shirt and a paisley tie. He also added a colorful pocket square. This was my favourite look due to the bold pattern mixing.

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Hangover Premiere Menswear

The men of ‘The Hangover Part III’ also took to the red carpet at Westwood Village Theatre in Westwood, California on Monday evening. Thankfully, it wasn’t the black-suit fest we are used to.

Bradley Cooper: I was most impressed with Bradley’s custom Gucci suit; he stepped way past the limits of usual red carpet menswear (unless you are Ryan Gosling or Jamie Foxx), donning a rust-coloured notched-lapel two-button suit. Pairing the look with a pale-blue shirt was also a bit of a risk when a white shirt would’ve been an easier choice. What I love most about this look is that I can finally see Bradley’s handsome face again. The beard was getting a bit out of control.

Justin Bartha: Going for a head-to-toe sleek Etro look, the actor wore a grey-and-blue plaid woven suit with a blue dress shirt. I love the accents, which prevent this look from feeling one note; they include a navy silk polka-dot tie, a silk paisley pocket square and suede two-tone brogues.

Zach Galifianakis: My wish for this look is that Zach had matched his jacket to his pants. Either colour would’ve worked. As presented it doesn’t work for me.

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Bradley Cooper In Ermenegildo Zegna & Vivienne Westwood MAN - The Today Show & The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon

It was a busy day for Bradley Cooper, who was promoting his latest movie ‘The Hangover Part 3’.

He started his day on the Today show, when he made every woman in America swoon by presenting Matt Lauer’s co-presenter Savannah Guthrie with a bunch of red roses after she announced her engagement.

The actor looked very handsome, wearing an Ermenegildo Zegna grey two-button notched-lapel suit with a blue button-down shirt sans tie.

Later the same day, Bradley continued to promote his new movie with a guest appearance on ‘The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon’, wearing a Vivienne Westwood suit.

His navy suit styled with a light-blue shirt and tie gets it second outing, as the actor first wore this suit to the 2013 Elle Style Awards.

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MTV Mens

We’ve seen Eddie Redmayne, so here are some more dudes who attended the 2013 MTV Movie Awards in LA on Sunday.

Macklemore: The rapper, who performed at this event, stood out on this red carpet. Not just because he opted for an electric-blue slim-fit suit: more likely, he stood out for the OTT gold fringed Logan Neitzel matador-style cape he wore it with. Without the cape this was a BDOTW contender.

Jamie Foxx: Picking up the ‘Best WTF Moment’ award for ‘Candieland Gets Smoked’ in ‘Django Unchained’ and the highest honour, the ‘MTV Generation’ award, Jamie made a touching tribute by honouring the memory of Trayvon Martin with a t-shirt bearing his face with the words “Know Justice, Know Peace”.

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Bradley Cooper In Tom Ford - ‘The Place Beyond The Pines’ New York Premiere

It was very much boys night on the red carpet at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema for ‘The Place Beyond The Pines’ New York premiere yesterday evening, as Bradley Cooper was in attendance alongside Dane Dehaan and Ryan Gosling.

The Oscar nominated actor, who is still sporting the manly beard he started growing mid-awards season, wore yet another Tom Ford suit. As the saying goes, “If it ain’t broke…”

His black notch lapel 3-three piece suit, my favourite kind, was styled with a fine checked blue shirt and multi blue striped tie.

I’m not too fond of the hiking-style boots with this look, but with those piercing baby blues, I’m really not paying much attention to his feet.

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Bradley Cooper Awards Season

Bradley Cooper hit the campaign trail hard for his Best Male in a Leading Role nomination for ‘Silver Linings Playbook’.

Tom Ford was his go-to designer for most of awards season, with Gucci, Ferragamo and Armani getting a look in too.

He wasn’t as bold as young Eddie Redmayne, who wore a brown suit to the SAG Awards, but there were some grey and navy suits mixed in with the traditional black tuxes male stars are expected to wear to such formal occasions.

My favourite look is still his midnight-blue Tom Ford SAG Awards suit. Between the rich colour and the crooked tie, he just made me swoon.

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