From London to Los Angeles, here’s a look at the men who made an impression over the weekend.
Dan Stevens: The British actor stepped out at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards on Sunday night, wearing a dashing black Burberry tux and bow tie. It doesn’t get much more dashing than that.
Andrew Garfield: The actor attended the ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ photocall at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver Studios on Saturday alongside Emma Stone. Like his lovely costar, he also showed Band of Outsiders some love, wearing one of the label’s khaki-coloured jackets. He paired his casual outerwear choice with a blue-and-red plaid shirt, dark denim, and black loafers.
Brad Pitt: The actor wore a black tux and matching bow tie by Saint Laurent, joining his wife-to-be Angelina Jolie and their son Maddox on the red carpet at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Governors Awards on Saturday evening.
Tinie Tempah: The British rapper, who turned 25 today, joined a host of lovely ladies and Idris Elba on the red carpet for the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year awards on Tuesday. He was, of course, wearing his favourite brand Dolce & Gabbana, wearing a three-piece suit including a velvet blazer and vest which had a festive cheer to it. The look packed in plenty of his signatures: bow tie, black-frame glasses, cropped trousers and loafers.
Zachary Quinto: For the Guggenheim International Gala, the ‘Star Trek’ actor donned a Dior Homme grey wool micro-check two-button small-notch-lapel blazer styled with a white cotton button-down shirt, washed ‘Second Round’ Dior Homme denim jeans, and black leather derbies. The blazer confuses me here.
Will Forte: The handsome actor took to the red carpet in New York City last night wearing a grey Simon Spurr suit with a teal-blue tie for the ‘Nebraska’ screening at the Paris Theater.
Dan Stevens: The British actor also attended the Guggenheim International Gala, sporting a dressed-down look. The difference is his look has considerably more finesse than Zachary’s.
This week, the guys kept on giving us their sartorial best at several recent movie premieres, with looks ranging from informal to a bit more fancy.
Justin Timberlake: Rocking a side of scruff, the ‘Suit & Tie’ singer-actor attended the ‘Runner Runner’ premiere at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday evening. He suited up in a formal midnight-blue tux with black lapels that was worn tie-less with a crisp white dress shirt by Saint Laurent.
Chris Hemsworth: After attending the Rome premiere of ‘Rush The Movie,’ Chris hit up the film’s New York City screening at Chelsea Clearview Cinema on Wednesday. Donning a Dolce & Gabbana monochromatic black suit and tie-less button-down, Chris maintained a casual-cool vibe that let his stare rather than his style do most of the talking.
Ben Affleck: Ben was also on the red carpet with Justin at the ‘Runner Runner’ premiere, where the actor was traditionally handsome in a dark suit, popped with a light grey tie and a purple pocket square.
Dan Stevens: Joining Chris at the ‘Rush The Movie’ New York screening, Dan showed some biker-boy edge with a black leather embossed motorcycle jacket, paired with a white T-shirt and grey jeans.
Benedict Cumberbatch: Benedict attended ‘The Fifth Estate’ premiere during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada yesterday evening joining co-stars Alicia Vikander and Carice van Houten. The handsome actor, who can play a baddie like no other, looked very debonair in his classic Dolce & Gabbana peaked-lapel tuxedo with a white shirt accented with black pin buttons and a smart bow tie. Does this make you swoon?
Tom Hiddleston: Joining co-star Mia Wasikowska, Tom attended the ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ premiere wearing a slick black double-breasted Giorgio Armani suit with a velvet shawl collar and satin black tie.
Dan Stevens: Fresh from his ‘Most Stylist’ GQ Man of the Year Award, Dan opted for something different going blue and tieless while attending the premiere of ‘The Fifth Estate’, wearing a blue wool two-button notch lapel suit, black cotton dress shirt and black lace-up leather shoes from the Fall 2013 Calvin Klein Collection.
Daniel Brühl: The actor added a maroon patterned tie to his charcoal grey notched lapel Emporio Armani suit to liven things up while also attending the premiere of ‘The Fifth Estate’.
Even though I love it when guys wear suits in colours other than black or grey. I can’t decide who I love more between Benedict and Tom in their classic tuxedos.
Justin Timberlake (in Tom Ford) and Pharrell Williams (in Lanvin) both opted for textured suits with bow ties jazzing up the traditional tux, while David Gandy kept it simple and classic in his Henry Poole & Co. bespoke three-piece suit.
There were plenty of dudes attending the Jimmy Choo and Esquire party which was held during the start of Menswear Spring 2014 fashion week.
Dan Stevens: The former ‘Downton Abbey’ actor wore a slick all-black Spencer Hart look with a pair of Jimmy Choo ‘Abbot’ black sneakers with a white sole. We’ve only seen the British actor sport classic suits so far, so it’s refreshing to see him wearing something a bit more contemporary.
Tinie Tempah: Always one to step outside the classic suit-and-tie menswear look, the rapper wore a layered top and black cropped pants – a look he often favours – with Jimmy Choo ‘Foxley’ loafers. His glazed leather whole-cut venetian loafers with tonal oversized tassel detail added a dapper flair to his casual look, where sneakers would’ve been the most obvious choice.
Mark Ronson: The DJ selected a Prince of Wales check charcoal-grey suit styled with a printed shirt. Also selecting an unpredictable shoe, Mark wore tobacco-hued Jimmy Choo ‘Radnor’ slippers. They are a sleek yet fun take on the classic loafer, finished in textured suede and shiny calf leather.
We haven’t seen many guys on the red carpet over the last two weeks; however, they were out in full force for the 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Awards in LA, the ‘Man of Steel’ world premiere in New York and the ‘Summer In February’ gala screening in London on Monday night.
Zachary Levi: The actor showed love again for the British retailer Reiss, who decked the handsome actor out for the ‘Man of Steel’ premiere in a grey three-piece suit which fit to perfection. Opting to go sans tie, the actor styled his look with a white shirt and black derbies.
Zachary Quinto: The other well-dressed Zachary attended the 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Awards wearing a slightly creased Todd Snyder maroon suit with a printed shirt; he also opted to go sans tie, completing his look with brown wingtip shoes.
Dan Stevens: The actor formerly known as cousin Matthew attended the ‘Summer In February’ gala screening in London yesterday evening. He donned a very sleek and shiny grey suit with a black trimmed shawl collar, which he styled with a black satin tie, white shirt and black shoes. Even though he has rubbed many up the wrong way with his glossy Hollywood makeover, I will say he has never looked better.