Red Carpet Fashion Awards

2012 Board of Review Awards

It wasn’t just ladies’ night at the 2013 National Board Of Review Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City last night. Many yummy actors took to the red carpet too.

Bradley Cooper: The actor, who has been pretty much dedicated to Tom Ford over the last few weeks, opted for an ink-blue Gucci suit on this occasion. A matching tie and a light-blue shirt completed his look. As sharp as he looks, I think he needed some product in his hair.

Eddie Redmayne: The British actor, and your man of the year, kick-starts 2013 wearing his favourite brand, Burberry. This black Burberry Tailoring slim-fit suit was styled with a white dress shirt, a white pocket square and a Burberry jacquard grey tie. I like that he has modified his signature red carpet pose for the start of the year but I’m happy to see that boyish grin still in check.

Daniel Craig: The British actor didn’t take his navy coat off so we don’t get to see much of his dark-grey suit, which he styled with a blue shirt and navy tie. I guess he wasn’t planning to stay long as his lovely wife Rachel Weisz was also out promoting her new movie, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’ last night. Read more…

The men of James Bond’s ‘Skyfall’ were looking especially fine last night at the royal world premiere held at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Daniel Craig: Mr James Bond himself looked as dapper as ever wearing a Tom Ford suit. The look consisted of a navy jacket with black lapels and a white pocket square paired with black pants, a white shirt, black bow tie and an Omega watch. For the royal occasion he opted to slick back his hair. Tom Ford also created the entire wardrobe for Daniel Craig for this James Bond movie.

Javier Bardem: The actor looked dapper in his eco-friendly Gucci suit. His black Signoria tuxedo was made from 100% organic wool with recycled-satin lapels and trim detailing. His white dress shirt is made of 100% cotton and he is also wearing a recycled satin bow tie. Having risen to the Green Carpet Challenge, Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini said, “Designing with organic and recycled materials was an inspiring challenge to marry my creative vision with sustainability standards, and I am particularly delighted for Javier to join us in this effort. At Gucci we will continue to pursue our interest in eco-friendly and biodegradable materials.”

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on October 24th, 2012 In: Daniel Craig, Gucci, Menswear, Premiere, Tom Ford

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