Here’s a look at what the men have been serving up on the red carpet of late.
Josh Duhamel: At the China premiere for ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ on Tuesday (June 13), Josh let fellow attendees Isabela Moner and Laura Haddock take top fashion billing. His neutral suit by The Kooples wasn’t quite so memorable, and I wish the creased fit had presented better.
Jaime Foxx: Jamie joined Lily James at the ‘Baby Driver’ LA premiere on Wednesday (June 14), where his polka-dot suit was the right mix of suave, spirited and sophisticated. It’s always nice to see something outside the standard suiting work so well on the red carpet.
Tom Holland: At a Madrid photocall for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ with Zendaya on Wednesday (June 14), Tom kept his style to off-duty superhero vibes in a casual and cool ensemble from The Kooples paired with a Miansai dove pendant necklace. While the slouchy denim and high-top sneakers can be a hard sell, he pulls it off here.
From New York City to LA, here is a quick roundup of the latest menswear looks from a trio of actors.
Rami Malek: In attendance at the Montblanc & UNICEF Gala Dinner on Monday (April 3) in New York City, the actor wore a Burberry midnight-navy suit with a MONTBLANC ‘Heritage Spirit Automatic’ timepiece. Rather than a tie, he opted for a decorative button-down shirt with an artistic motif that reminded me of Modigliani paintings.
Chris Evans: Looking quite dapper as per, Chris was at the LA premiere of ‘Gifted’ on Tuesday (April 4). His three-piece Dolce & Gabbana suit got an extra boost from its embossed, dark emerald sheen contrasted by a bright blue tie. Christian Louboutin ‘Greggo’ shoes completed his look.
Hugh Jackman: With a more traditional suited-up look than Rami, Hugh was at the same event in sharp blue tailoring, where he made sure to show off his MONTBLANC ‘Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum’ timepiece.
Here is a quick roundup of some of the leading men taking to the red carpet so far this week.
Luke Evans: The Welsh actor joined Sienna Miller on the red carpet for the ‘High-Rise’ San Sebastian Film Festival premiere yesterday evening. Looking quite the modern gentleman, the actor wore a Thom Sweeney plaid three-piece suit which would’ve been a perfect look had it not been for the shoes.
Hugh Jackman: The Australian actor joined a host of stars including Rooney Mara and Cara Delevingne for the world premiere of ‘Pan’ on Sunday (September 20). Like so many actors in recent times, he selected a Burberry Tailoring suit which was classic in style and possessed unrivalled finesse.
Tom Hiddleston: While Tom looked as sharp as always at the ‘High Rise’ premiere, it begrudges me to say that I prefer Tom dressed in blue.
It was the woman – and man – in all black who took home the prize for best dressed this week.
It was a slow week, but even with stiff competition Alicia Vikander in Victoria Beckham and Hugh Jackman in Dolce & Gabbana would’ve reigned supreme in their super sleek red carpet looks.
Alicia Vikander In Victoria Beckham & Hugh Jackman in Dolce & Gabbana
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.