It was another busy night on the red carpet for the heroes of Hollywood. Here is a quick look at what they wore.
Benedict Cumberbatch: The British actor joined Lupita Nyong’o for the opening of the Bally flagship store in London. Wearing a more casual look than we’ve seen from the usually suited and booted actor, this Bally look featuring a pinstriped blazer for added sharpness gets a rousing thumbs up from me.
Eddie Redmayne: Joining fellow Brit star Felicity Jones for the screening of their latest movie, ‘The Theory Of Everything’, the former model was decked out in Gucci once again, also working a semi-casual look. Donning a white dress shirt and camel ’60s sport trousers, the royal-blue plain-knit crew-neck sweater injects a touch of charm, with the sunglasses giving the look a cool finish.
Joshua Jackson: The handsome actor wore a steely-blue notched-lapel suit with a cheeky polka-dotted tie to the GQ Gentleman’s Ball, which apparently was a no-girls-allowed event, so no Diane Kruger on his arm.
Luke Evans: The Welsh actor opted for Bally basics, looking very fine in his casual look topped off with a leather bomber.
Andrew Garfield: The ‘Spiderman’ actor was also flying solo on the red carpet at the GQ event, where he was honoured. Still sporting that overgrown beard, he did scrub up well wearing a Dior Homme black two-button peak-lapel gold-silk-speckle wool suit styled with a crisp white cotton shirt, black wool tie, and black calfskin leather ‘Francois Premier’ derbies.
Zachary Quinto: The ‘Star Trek’ actor looked very smart in his midnight blue suit sans tie.