Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a roundup of all the guys who took to the red carpet for various events last weekend, including Comic-Con and the Young Hollywood Awards.

Douglas Booth: The handsome British actor wore a smart-casual Polo Ralph Lauren look consisting of a khaki linen sport jacket, mint-green chinos, and a simple white tee and pocket square. The contrasting pair of navy suede brogues don’t ruin the look, but some tan loafers would’ve been preferred here.

Ansel Elgort: Brown, auburn, cinnamon, mud… call Ansel’s Prada Uomo Fall 2014 two-button lapel suit whatever colour you like. I am only getting through this by focusing on the tie. He can do so much better.

Eddie Redmayne: The always impeccably dressed actor wore a micro-checked blue and white suit with navy accents, including slippers which I would’ve swapped out for those nice navy Alexander McQueen loafers he wore during awards season.

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Menswear Roundup

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Matthew McConaughey: The actor is still on a hot streak from awards season as he picked up Best Actor in a Drama Series for ‘True Detective’ at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards. Keeping it simple and classic, the actor wore an Ermenegildo Zegna Couture burgundy herringbone, two-button, notch-lapel suit with a bow tie. His double monk-strap shoes don’t hide the fact that his trousers are just a tad too long.

Mark Wahlberg: The actor joined Li Bingbing and Nicola Peltz on the red carpet for the ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Hong Kong premiere wearing an Armani suit. I love the light grey colour with the lighter blue tie, but the fit is way off for me. It feels at least a size too big.

Josh Dallas: The ‘Once Upon A Time’ actor joined Matthew at the Critics’ Choice Awards yesterday evening. Keeping it all black and not opting for a tie, the actor wore a Z Zegna shawl-collar suit with a grosgrain lapel and buttoned-up shirt.

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Menswear Weekend Roundup

The past few days were packed with a range of menswear looks, heavy on the formal tux angle with a few more colourful options thrown in for good measure. Here, a look at the weekend’s handsome set of guys.

Zachary Quinto: A presenter at the 68th annual Tony Awards, the actor dressed for the occasion in a Thom Sweeney three-piece, black wool tuxedo, paired with a white cotton dress shirt and black silk bow tie. David Yurman black onyx shirt studs pulled the look together with an added note of polish.

Djimon Hounsou: Bringing a breath of fresh blue to the red carpet of the ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ Los Angeles premiere, Djimon wore his beautifully hued Calvin Klein Collections suit with equally well-styled accessories, including an incredible pair of navy Christian Louboutin loafers, Martin Katz cufflinks, and a Montblanc timepiece.

Daniel Radcliffe
: In attendance at the Tony Awards supporting his play, ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan,’ Daniel was dapper in an Ermenegildo Zegna Made-to-Measure one-button, satin peak-lapel tuxedo in midnight navy—a great departure from the traditional black colour. A matching bow tie, white dress shirt, and KG Kurt Geiger ‘Anton’ shoes finished the look.

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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here’s a quick menswear roundup.

Josh Hartnett: The actor joined his co-star Eva Green for Sky Atlantic’s photocall for ‘Penny Dreadful’ held at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on Monday (May 12) in London, England. Opting once again for Dior Homme, the actor wore a navy wool two-button notch-lapel suit, a white cotton covered-placket shirt and black leather derbies, punching up the look with a patterned tie.

David Beckham: The former soccer star attended the private launch of David Beckham For H&M Swimwear held at Shoreditch House on Wednesday (May 14) in London, England. Looking gorgeous in all black, I love the sexy, laidback vibe he had going on here. The leather-collared coat really brings the whole look together. Brown Christian Louboutin ‘Antonio’ flats completed his look.

Michael Fassbender: The handsome actor attended the UK Premiere of ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ held at Odeon Leicester Square on Monday (May 12) in London, England. He wore a Thom Sweeney windowpane three-piece suit, blue shirt and dark-blue silk tie, accessorizing with a pair of John Lobb ‘Chigwell’ maroon lace-up shoes. Sadly, the pant length is too long here.

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Menwear Red Carpet Roundup

After a flurry of male stars taking to the red carpet in shades of blue, here we see that grey is the colour du jour.

Kit Harrington: The actor attended a VIP screening of ‘Pompeii’ held at Vue West End on Monday (April 28) in London wearing a smart two-button notched-lapel suit with a shirt and tie, all by Z Zegna.

Zac Efron: Attending the premiere of his latest movie ‘Neighbors’ in LA on Monday evening, Zac selected a lighter-grey suit of the three-piece variety, styling his suave look with black patent-leather shoes, a slim black tie and a white pocket square.

Dave Franco: The funny guy was also looking very sharp at the ‘Neighbors’ premiere, wearing a Band of Outsiders suit with a white shirt and navy tie, combining traditional Americana with contemporary flair, which is what the Californian brand is famed for.

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BDOTW Women

Even with the glamour of Malaga Film Festival dominating the poll, it was a street-style look which won you over this week.

Miranda Kerr’s Dolce & Gabbana dress styled with an Escada coat, Hermes bag and Louboutin shoes was a sexy, effortless look which I personally preferred over some of the red carpet looks she’s given us this year.

As you know, I’m all about colour, and what a colourful red carpet we had last week.

The actress who stood out for me the most was Ana de Armas in Zuhair Murad. It wasn’t just the colour which captivated me; the styling, including that hot-red lip and wavy retro ‘do, sealed the deal.

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