Here’s a look at the handsome fellas at the 2019 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 27) in LA.
Mahershala Ali: The ‘Green Book’ outstanding supporting actor winner cut a suave profile in this riff on an aubergine tuxedo by Ermenegildo Zegna XXX with the brocade effect adding a layer of richness to the ensemble. I like the relaxed elegance of his Bruno Magli smoking slippers and the white bow tie for its crisp, clean finish.
Henry Golding: The Midas touch was definitely rubbing off on the ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ actor, who lived up to his last name with this gold jacket. Opting out of a tie was the right move here, as the Tom Ford ensemble doesn’t seem try-hard even with its metallic sheen.
Chadwick Boseman: The ‘Black Panther’ star continues to impress, as this fancy Ermenegildo Zegna XXX jacket in a leafy tribal pattern styled with the series of lapel pins did the trick — no tie required. Christian Louboutin shoes completed the look.
Michael B. Jordan: I can’t say I exactly ‘got’ the spray-painted Louis Vuitton harness. But, you have to applaud Michael’s willingness to try something experimental — and the rest of the custom LV double-breasted, contrast lapel suit was pretty sharp.
Rami Malek: The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ star followed a rather strict, sartorial form in this all-black Dior Men by Kim Jones suit. The cross-body, one-button styling did offer a signature edge to the jacket.
Chris Pine: With his slick hair, white tux, and Christian Louboutin slipper loafers, Chris put the distinguished panache in this preppy-meets-prom Ermenegildo Zegna XXX look.
John Krasinski: This custom ISAIA design took on different colour tonalities depending on the lighting. But, the emerald, contrast-lapel piece was pretty dapper no matter what. Tods shoes finished the ensemble.
Sterling K. Brown: Also in an Ermenegildo Zegna XXX tux, the ‘This Is Us’ actor continued his cool yet classic red-carpet approach complete with the familiar shades.
Darren Criss: Dressed to impress is the best way to describe ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ actor in this glitzy, custom Armani ensemble paired with slippers and David Yurman jewels. It’s trendy and theatrical and right in Darren’s wheelhouse.
Harry Shum Jr: Favouring a rich chocolate-brown tux over the standard black option, the actor accessorised with a Chopard watch.
Dave Franco: I like the deep midnight-blue colour of Dave’s Dior Men tux paired with Christian Louboutin shoes.
Lakeith Stanfield: Generally presenting ensembles with a bit of quirkiness, Lakeith kept that flair for the atypical with this Ermenegildo Zegna XXX look where the contrasting cummerbund and plush blazer coloured outside the lines just enough to work.
Justin Hartley: I’m usually a big fan of Justin’s style, but this look was underwhelming in so many ways, starting with the choice of colours.
Timothée Chalamet: While some might feel that Timothée’s Celine look was slightly informal, I love the cool rocker vibe he’s got going on. I’m not surprised that he is the first to wear a look from Hedi Slimane’s debut collection for me.
Zachary Levi: It’s been a while since I featured Zachary on this site. I’m glad to see his love for sleek tailoring was present in this dunhill suit styled with Montblanc watch.
Richard Madden: This classic Salvatore Ferragamo tux could have used a nip and tuck of more precise tailoring.
Matt Bomer: The night’s slipper theme continued with Matt’s Tods shoes paired with this Brunello Cucinelli formal tuxedo.
Milo Ventimiglia: The ‘This Is Us’ actor embraced the velvet trend with a Brunello Cucinelli Fall 2018 design styled with a Jaeger-Lecoultre watch. I like its precise fit — despite the plushness.