Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Met Gala Men 1The dress code at the 2014 Met Ball, themed ‘Charles James: Beyond Fashion’ was “white tie,” which meant the guys were on their best glam behavior—at least most of them. Tuxes were spotted at every turn among the handsome hunks on the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday (May 5). It takes a lot of sartorial strength to stand up to the rush of bustling, bold gowns that punctuate the evening, but let’s hear it for the men who made it work.

David Beckham: This hot topic was hotter than ever in a crisp, cool Ralph Lauren Black Label white shawl collar tuxedo jacket, black bow tie and black tuxedo pant. This is the way to rock formal wear, without a hit of fussiness. Swooning yet?

Douglas Booth
: The British actor took a regally traditional route, but put a refreshingly modern spin on his head-to-toe Burberry outing. He was positively dashing in a black tailcoat and dress trousers, worn with a white waistcoat, wing collar bib-front shirt, white bow tie and black loafers.

Andrew Garfield
: “The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ star looked sharp in silver, dressed in a Band of Outsiders metallic blazer with contrasting black shawl collar, paired with a white shirt, black bow tie and black tuxedo trousers. I love the touch of metal here.

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Menswear round up

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.

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LACMA 2013 Art + Film Gala Menswear Roundup1

The boys also came out to play for the LACMA Art + Film Gala 2013 on Saturday evening and as you would expect, it was classic tuxedo’s all the way.

Michael B. Jordan: The actor wore a Gucci midnight blue peak lapel one button Signoria tuxedo with a white evening shirt, a navy satin bowtie and black leather laceups.

Sting: The British singer who performed at the event, donned a Gucci Fall 2013 black notch lapel wool Duke blazer with a contrasting velvet collar styled with a white dress shirt, black satin tie and black leather boots. The open top button keeps this look rock and roll.

Jake Gyllenhaal: In a sea of all black and midnight-blue, Jake stood out for me in his Gucci one of kind Marseille velvet shawl lapel one button midnight blue tuxedo styled with a white dress shirt, navy satin bowtie and black leather laceups. The velvet trims and a bowtie sealed the win.

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Toronto Film Festival Menswear Roundup

Throughout the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada, the men have brought their own sartorial statements—from guy-glam and cool-stud to handsome-hunk.

Daniel Radcliffe: The British actor was brave and bold in a deep purple David Hart suit at the ‘Kill Your Darlings’ premiere, held at Roy Thomson Hall. Boasting polish and pizzazz, with a contrasting striped white-and-blue-grey button-down and a dark mini-polka-dot tie, this look was plum-perfect.

Jake Gyllenhaal: The handsome actor wore a velvety Burberry Tailoring three-piece suit at the ‘Prisoners’ premiere at Ryerson Theatre. Offsetting the dark shade, a baby-blue shirt and navy tie brought out Jake’s own baby blues, whilst faded brown shoes contributed a rugged edge.

Ewan McGregor: Sauntering around with his suave flair, Ewan took a more casual approach in his Neil Barrett black blazer and pants at the ‘August: Osage County’ premiere at Roy Thomson Hall. He skipped the tie and put on a pair of lace-up shoes that had a distinct creeper mentality.

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Menswear Toronto 1

The Toronto International Film Festival in Canada has provided a bevy of well-styled beauties. Now, for those guys, who also brought their A-game.

Benedict Cumberbatch: At the ’12 Years A Slave’ premiere at the Princess of Wales Theatre, the British actor was refined and relaxed in a light grey Dolce & Gabbana suit with a tie-less, white button-down shirt and reflective, black loafers. He worked this cool and clean-cut styling like a pro.

Hugh Jackman: The actor-stud glossed up the ‘Prisoners’ premiere at The Elgin in a shiny, dark Dolce & Gabbana suit paired over a midnight-navy shirt and black skinny tie. A bit of scruff added some rugged charm to all that fashion.

Brad Pitt: Like Benedict, Brad skipped the tie and unbuttoned his top collar, giving us some Gucci with this black notch-lapel, two-button ‘Brera’ black suit and white dress shirt at the ’12 Years A Slave’ premiere. His bad-boy ‘do of the day? A looped ponytail for those longish locks.

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