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18.09.15 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup 18 sept

Here’s the final roundup of the leading men who have been escorting their leading ladies down the red carpets of London and Toronto this week.

Adrien Brody: The actor joined Salma Hayek for the ‘Septembers of Shiraz’ premiere during the 2015 Toronto Film Festival on Tuesday (September 15).  Once again he was cultivating sophistication wearing a Dior Homme charcoal wool Prince de Galles suit.

Ryan Reynolds: The actor was looking oh so handsome on the red carpet for the ‘Mississippi Grind’ premiere during Toronto Film Festival on Wednesday (September 16). I love his navy Burberry Tailoring suit for its modern-classic vibes.

Dev Patel: While we usually associate the British actor with colourful suits, but he kept his Burberry Tailoring look simple, yet modern for ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ Toronto Film Festival premiere on Thursday (September 17).  I love how he injected some personality into the look via the camo tie.

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26.08.15 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup 26 august

There were plenty of fellas taking to the red carpet this week, spanning the globe from Brazil, London to Australia.

Armie Hammer: The handsome actor attended the premiere of his latest movie, ‘Man from U.N.C.L.E’ at the Cine Odeon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Monday (August 24). Showcasing his sartorial style once again, the actor wore a blue Ermenegildo Zegna Made-to-Measure peak lapel suit which he of course styled with tan shoes.

Hugh Jackman: The Australian actor opted to tap into contemporary suiting with this all black look from fashion powerhouse Dolce & Gabbana. The look was worn while attending the press conference to announced the ‘Broadway to Oz’ press conference in Sydney, Australia on Monday (August 24).

Joel Edgerton: The actor joined his co-star Crystal Reed on the red carpet for ‘The Gift’ Sydney premiere on Monday (August 24) in Sydney, Australia. Like Crystal, the actor also opted for a rich maroon hue wearing a suit from Salvatore Ferragamo. While the vibe is semi-formal, he presents a sleek appearance.

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13.08.15 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Between premieres, parties and BAFTA tributes, there were a few good men who took to the red carpet this week.

Zac Efron: The first of two Zac Efron looks came at the London premiere of ‘We Are Your Friends’ alongside his gorgeous co-star Emily Ratajkowski. While she went glam in David Koma, he opted for a cool laidback look featutring a Lanvin bomber jacket injected with masculine charisma via the leather patches. I’m really thankfully he didn’t wear sneakers with this look.

Zayn Malik: Style wise Zayn is very much the man of the moment. He was looking as handsome as ever headed to Kylie Jenner’s birthday party in LA this week, wearing a Louis Vuitton camo bomber jacket paired with skinny jeans and simple tee to ensure the look stayed cool and stylish.

Armie Hammer: The actor wore a sharply tailored Thom Sweeney suit to the Toronto premiere of ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ alongside co-stars Alicia Vikander and Elizabeth Debicki . With the polka dot shirt buttoned up the way it is, the look has me feeling like something is missing; namely, a tie.

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16.12.14 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

men 16 dec

Here is a quick look at some of the dapper gents taking to the red carpet this week.

Common: The actor attended the ‘Selma’ New York premiere alongside the lovely Tessa Thompson on Sunday (December 14), looking pretty sharp himself wearing a Calvin Klein Collection suit. While the cut and fit is to be admired, I can’t help swooning at how the oxblood hue is so heavenly against his caramel skin tone. Styled with a blush shirt and patterned tie, the look was completed by a pair of Nicholas Kirkwood lace-up shoes with a contrast trim.

Bradley Cooper: The actor was back to his super-sharp best, donning a black silky-smooth cashmere Tom Ford suit to the ‘American Sniper’ New York premiere. The look is simple and classic, which only serves to bring out those gorgeous blue eyes. While I prefer Cooper with a bit of stubble, this clean-shaven look does have me swooning.

Dan Stevens: The British actor attended the ‘Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb’ London premiere held at the Empire Leicester Square on Monday (December 15). The buttoned-up shirt tieless look doesn’t always work for me as it has a feeling of being not quite finished, yet with the slickness of the Armani suit styled with the studded shoes, I would say Dan pulls this look off with great aplomb.

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18.09.14 Menswear, Premiere

Dan Stevens In Thom Sweeney – ‘The Guest’ & ‘A Walk Among The Tombstones’ New York Premieres

Dan Stevens In Thom Sweeney - 'The Guest' & 'A Walk Among The Tombstones' New York Premieres

If you thought Dan Stevens was going to disappear into obscurity following his departure from ‘Downton Abbey’, you couldn’t have been more wrong as the actor is so in demand he is currently promoting two of his latest projects.

‘The Guest’ New York Premiere: On Tuesday (September 16) he wore a Thom Sweeney grey windowpane-check double-breasted suit. What I love about double-breasted suits is that they are made for men, not boys. From its chest-accentuating, waist-slimming silhouette to its association with Wall Street power brokers and gangsters, double-breasted tailoring is uncompromisingly masculine. Opting to go sans tie, with tan Christian Louboutin ‘Trepeter’ flats and a white checked pocket square rounding out his look, he solidifies his best-dressed status.

‘A Walk Among The Tombstones’ New York Premiere: Back on the red carpet for the second night in a row last night (September 17), the actor opted for a moody shade of midnight-blue, donning a three-piece Thom Sweeney suit, once again opting to go sans tie. Perhaps the look would’ve felt like something was missing had it not been for the contrasting button detailing on the shirt.

Both looks are impeccably tailored, fit to perfection and showcase that he’s capable of working several styles.

I have to go with the second look; I’m totally entranced by the colour, the sheen and the way it brings out his baby blues.

Which look do you favour?

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