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14.11.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

From awards galas to premieres and more, there were plenty of occasions for the men to be out in force on the red carpet. Here’s a look at the men who have been front and centre.

Justin Timberlake: Proving that the velvet trend isn’t just for the ladies, Justin cut a thoroughly suave profile in this dark-green velvet Tom Ford tuxedo at the 9th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday (November 11) in Hollywood. I love this luxe twist on the classic tux.

Jason Momoa: Although his styling may have been more in the manner of edgy-bohemian, Jason’s custom Valentino tuxedo was quite smooth and polished at the ‘Justice League’ LA premiere on Monday (November 13).

Jared Leto: It’s Jared Leto and it’s an MTV event, so it’s only natural that he would go sartorially wild at the 2017 MTV EMAs on Sunday (November 12) in London with his latest Gucci endeavor—a Fall 2017 look that was even more subversively rebellious than the runway presentation. The colour discord between the lavender, bubblegum, and red track pants made me want to shield my eyes—and we haven’t even gotten to the tidy-whitey sneakers.

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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

A trio of men caught our eye in recent days, as they made the rounds.

Niall Horan: Joining all the ladies at the 2017 CMA Awards on Wednesday (November 8) in Nashville, Tennessee, Niall was on the red carpet before taking to the stage to perform with Maren Morris. His Advani London ensemble may have featured a decorative, metallic motif, but he made sure it wasn’t too contrived with his casually unbuttoned white shirt underneath.

Channing Tatum: At the ‘War Dog: A Soldier’s Best Friend’ premiere in LA on Monday (November 6), the actor suited up in a Burberry ensemble with a paisley tie. Tod’s loafers rounded out the polished look.

Tim McGraw: Also at the 2017 CMA Awards, Tim celebrated designer Tom Ford’s Texas roots by putting the western treatment on this ensemble. I love how sharp this luxe velveteen jacket looks in partnership with the perfectly tailored tuxedo trousers and his signature cowboy hat.

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07.11.17 Menswear

2017 Hollywood Film Awards Menswear Roundup

We saw a number of pretty looks from the female set at the 2017 Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday (November 5) in Beverly Hills, California. But, the men served up some stylish offerings and brought their A game, too.

Garrett Hedlund: I like how his micro-print dress shirt and burnt cappuccino tie brought a note of subtle, retro-forward appeal to his dark mahogany Prada suit.

Timothée Chalamet: Always the style charmer, the actor dressed up in a black tux yet ensured it still had a properly youthful, casual-cool edge by skipping a tie or bow tie.

Jake Gyllenhaal
: Jake was at his handsome best in this Burberry tailoring whereby the tonal silken sheen of the lapels took the suit beyond standard-issue.

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03.11.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here is the final menswear roundup of the week.

Johnny Depp: Joining a stellar cast of gorgeous actresses for the ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ world premiere, the actor cleaned up his act; bringing his A-game to the red carpet. While look had a typically laid-back approach with the undone bow-tie, I was delighted to see Johnny has finally stopped dressing like Jack Sparrow.

John Boyega: The actor was looking very dapper as always collecting this Vanguard Award during the SCAD Savannah Film Festival wearing Burberry. I don’t think I’ve seen a finer suit this week. From the cut, fit and trouser length, everything is on point here.

Leslie Odom Jr.: Going slightly less formal sans tie in Prada for the ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ world premiere, the actor still presented a very smart impression. Double breasted blazers aren’t the easiest to pull off, however, the look fits Leslie’s stocky frame perfectly. I love how the dual-colour Jimmy Choo ‘Penn’ shoes added a touch of flare.

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