Emily Blunt, Regina King and Emma Stone were joined on the red carpet for the 2019 Palm Springs International Film Festival Film Awards Gala on Thursday (January 3) in California, by several guys in dapper suits.
Mahershala Ali: The Golden Globe nominated ‘Green Book’ actor tends to do black-on-black a lot. But you won’t hear me complaining when he looks this good. The ombre shoes ensure the look wasn’t too one note.
Timothee Chalamet: Your best dressed man of 2018 wore a Thom Browne suit. The designer is known to push the boundaries of classic men’s fashion with every new collection. This particular suit skillfully demonstrates Thom Browne’s meticulous craftsmanship. With the crop of the trousers, Timothee was wise to opt for Berluti’s ‘Eris Bergen’ tall leather boots.
Rami Malek: Winner of the Breakthrough Performance Award for the Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, the actor – who was once the face of Dior Men – opted for Givenchy. I love how the crisp stripes in contrasting tones, adds a contemporary touch to this slim fit suit. Bow ties usually give a look a formal touch, but it feels quite playful here.
Barry Jenkins: The director for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ also opted for an all black look, but I have to say no bueno to the short trousers and no sock situation here.
Bradley Cooper: Winner of the Director of the Year award for ‘A Star Is Born’, Bradley wore a Gucci DIY MTO blue New Marseille tuxedo with a slight quirk thanks to his black bow tie with bee print.
John David Washington: Also in Gucci, I love effort, but I don’t find this navy, grey and white stripe shawl lapel jacket that flattering on John. It’s looks a tad snug.
Gisele Schmidt and Gary Oldman: Both in Prada, I’m totally memorized by the print of Gisele’s dress which was perfectly styled with a violet clutch. Gary’s added some flare to his look courtesy of a polka-dot pocket square.
Joanne Tucker and Adam Driver: Adam was yet another guy in all black. His Roberto Cavalli suit, provided the perfect opportunity for Joanne to shine in her lush Alexandre Vauthier green velvet gown, previous worn by Eva Green.