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.
While the girls have been keeping up appearances at this week’s stylish soirees—from the CFDA Fashion Awards to Glamour Women of the Year Awards—a group of guys have also been holding their own on the red carpet.
Seth Rogen: This funny man wasn’t pulling any jokes with his fashion at the ‘This Is The End’ Los Angeles premiere at Regency Village Theatre on Monday. He stood out in a Calvin Klein light-blue, cotton wool two-button notch lapel suit, white dress shirt and blue striped tie from the Spring 2013 Calvin Klein Collection, designed by Italo Zucchelli. The ombre-effect frames of his glasses were his best accessory.
Israel Broussard: The up-and-coming actor made sure Emma Watson and his other pretty co-stars didn’t get all the attention at ‘The Bling Ring’ Los Angeles premiere on Tuesday at Directors Guild of America. He suited up in a Dior Homme navy wool two-button peak lapel suit, black cotton button-down shirt and black satin tie. The pants seemed a bit bunchy and baggy, but from the waist up, this was sleek enough, even with the quiff and all that hairspray.
Daniel Radcliffe: ‘Man of the Year’ winner at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2013 at London’s Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday, the actor dressed to impress in a Prada black, two-button mohair suit, paired with a white popeline shirt, a blue and black printed silk-twill tie and black brushed leather lace-up shoes. It’s hard to argue with this handsome ensemble—especially with that ‘Glamour-ous’ accessory.
Paul Rudd: Joining Seth at the ‘This Is The End’ Los Angeles premiere, Paul put on an Ermenegildo Zegna navy suit. Going for a relaxed, cool-kid look, he skipped the tie, unbuttoned his collar, and let his hair down.
Tuesday premieres during Cannes Film Festival included ‘Cleopatra’ and ‘Behind the Candelabra’, making way for appearances from some actors we haven’t seen in a while and others who have solid red carpet résumés.
Chris Tucker: For the premiere of ‘Cleopatra’ on Tuesday, Chris wore an unbuttoned white dinner jacket similar to the one he wore to the Independent Spirit Awards in February. It’s no secret he’s partial to overly wide lapels, so it was no surprise to see large shawl lapels. He paired the jacket with black pants that could have been slimmed down a bit, a white shirt, and a black bow tie. I love how he selected a jacket to complement his lovely plus one, Azja Pryor.
Adrien Brody: Along with his beautiful date Lara Lieto, Adrien arrived to the ‘Cleopatra’ premiere in a suave black notch-lapel Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo. It fit well, like most suits Adrien wears, and he even added a black-faced Bulgari watch to accent the tux. He finished the look off with a white shirt and black bow tie.
Christoph Waltz: Christoph donned a well-cut black Prada tuxedo for the ‘Behind the Candelabra’ premiere. It fit in all the right places. The shawl lapels and bow tie gave it a little more class. The ease with which Christoph is able to pull off his tux made this my favourite look, just ahead of Adrien.
Milla Jovovich was back on the red carpet this evening attending the ‘Cleopatra’ Cannes Film Festival premiere held at the 60th Anniversary Theatre this evening in France.
We love Miuccia Prada, but she can’t make a gown. This was evident when Florence Welch attended the premiere for ‘The Great Gatsby’ last week, and here we have another poor attempt at creating a gown worthy of the occasion.
The gown features a loose black silk spaghetti strapped top with a navy embellished skirt, which would look better as a bed throw.
It is just an unflattering heap.
As I say every Cannes Film Festival, No Miuccia, NO.
The first thing I said to myself upon seeing Renee Zellweger on the red carpet at the 2013 Met Gala was “where’s the train?”
We had several magic moments of Renee taking to the stairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art wearing a spectacular gown with a flowing train.
On this occasion she wore a Prada knee-length frock from the Fall 2013 collection.
Her chocolate-brown long-sleeved dress enriched with crystals, paillettes and glass-beaded embroidery features a layered detail which falls from the hip.
As brown dresses go, this one isn’t too bad; what most impresses me here is the improved styling from the runway plus Renee’s hair and makeup – words I haven’t said in relation to Renee in a loooong while.
Her sophisticated non-punk look was styled with black satin pumps.
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