Here is a quick catchup of the men who graced the red carpet recently.
Josh O’Connor: The ‘Crown’ actor, who plays Prince Charles in season three, joined co-stars Olivia Colman and Erin Doherty on the red carpet for the LA premiere. As Prince Charles, the actor has been accustom to wearing traditional, classic suits. Here, his Loewe bespoke camel suit has more of a relaxed feel with the knot detailing on the shirt adding a slight quirk and going sans tie, along with the Meccano pin brooch. I just wish the shoes were a lighter colour.
Ryan Reynolds: The actor attended Michael J. Fox’s ‘A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson’s’ benefit wearing a burgundy cotton and cashmere moleskin three-piece suit from Brunello Cucinelli. Matching the shoes and sock to his suit made this feel very well-rounded. But should he have matched the tie as well?
Daniel Craig: The British ‘Bond’ actor is well-known for classic Savile Row suiting. For the ‘Knives Out’ LA premiere, Daniel wore a Dior Men by Kim Jones grey wool oblique suit. When this style of suiting was first brought to the red carpet, it felt very contemporary, but now, perhaps due to the number of times we’ve seen it, this look has steadily become classic in its own right.
Chris Evans: The actor was also at the ‘Knives Out’ LA premiere looking very sharp in a corduroy suit by Brunello Cucinelli. Corduroy suits are never something that appeals on paper, due to the rather old-fashioned connotations, but I have to say Chris’ look is very well styled considering the tricky colour.
Robert Pattinson: When it comes to Robert and Dior Men, the actor tends to select looks with a bit of an edge. But for the 13th Annual GO Gala, the British actor kept things classic and simple in a black wool notch lapel suit, a blue cotton shirt and black leather derbies combo.
Patrick Stewart: For the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ LA premiere, the actor donned a Dior Fall 2019 black oblique tuxedo which I love for the sheen technical cotton fabric, and draped details.