Tom Holland: The ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ actor punctuated a Joshua Kane suit with a merlot sweater poking above the buttoned jacket. The suit itself was an interesting style with the multiple buttons and unique fabric that merged blue, gray and green. Christian Louboutin Top Daviol shoes added the finishing touch.
Sebastian Stan: Tom’s costar went for a darker look in Givenchy. Traditional in colour but not in fabrication, the sleek one-button style was constructed out of a pinstripe fabric with subtle sheen. The monochromatic satin lapels and cotton shirt give the outfit an interesting tactile quality.
Chadwick Boseman: Celebrating his love of fashion, the ‘Black Panther’ star was clad in a Prada bottiglia green kid mohair suit with a denim blue and burgundy bicolor popeline shirt. I love his joyful mix of colours. He never disappoints. Christian Louboutin Ajmone boots completed his look.
Tom Hiddleston: The ‘Thor’ actor suited up in Corneliani and was one of the few to sport a tie. With the sleek lines, it’s a sharp style, but the proportions of the waistcoat feel off. Christian Louboutin Roadie boots rounded out the look.
Chris Hemsworth: The Australian actor donned a John Varvatos ensemble that brings to mind a Johnny Depp aesthetic with the accessories, waistcoat and suede shoes. Many men went sans ties this evening, but he offered the most relaxed take with his unbuttoned shirt.
Mark Ruffalo: Another gent who was pro tie, the actor experimented with pattern in a blue check Valentino suit. The tone-on-tone design is subtle but still strong enough to resonate and it worked nicely with his salt and pepper hair. My only gripe is I wish the Christian Louboutin Cousin Greg shoes were a few shades darker to match the print’s deeper shade.
Winston Duke: Another one who embraced a blue-green suit, the Tobagonian actor balanced the style with a black turtleneck and Jimmy Choo Tate brogues. A David Yurman watch and ring finished things off.
Bradley Cooper: He buttoned up in a three-piece suit but left off the tie. With the refined colour palette and sleek shape, it was a debonair ensemble but not the most memorable in comparison to some of his costars’ louder looks.
Paul Rudd: Wearing Fendi Spring 2018, he had one of the more casual looks. The light suit isn’t as much of a problem as the styling. I have an urge to fix the shirt’s collar. Secondly, I wish he took inspiration from the runway and paired the suit with softer tones so the trippy moire fabric would be more of a focal point.
Robert Downey Jr: Always one to march to the beat of his own drum, the actor was dressed in a Richard James violet camouflage tuxedo and Filling Pieces sneakers. I was surprised his wasn’t the most colourful ensemble but his accessories did try to punctuate the look. Had the print been stronger, I might not have been as distracted by the trouser hems.
Chris Pratt: Going in a different direction from his costars, the actor was dressed in a rich chocolate brown Tom Ford three-piece suit. The mix of different tones was suave and there was still a lot of personality in the monochromatic look.
Paul Bettany: Posing with wife Jennifer Connelly, they were one stylish couple. Rather than matching, he went in his own direction with the grayish blue suit and blue accessories. The sunglasses were a cool touch.
Josh Brolin, Kathryn Boyd: Also in blue, the actor stuck with simplicity, completing the look with a white button-down and blue shoes. With no tie or loud accessories to distract, the trouser break is where my eye goes — after gazing at the sumptuous rose gold tones in Kathryn’s shimmering gown.