Billy Porter laid down the style gauntlet with his white swan look at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 5) in Beverly Hills. But, there were a range of other menswear moments that commanded attention. Let’s take a look.
Chris Evans: This Isaia tux had such a luxe flair with its brushed velvet style and rich mahogany hue. Christian Louboutin shoes along with Omega and Montblanc accessories polished off the dapper look.
Sacha Baron Cohen: ‘The Spy’ actor and nominee is no stranger to pushing the envelope in his work. The same goes for this electric-blue Dolce & Gabbana tux styled with Christian Louboutin shoes. There would be no missing him in a sea of black tuxes.
Brad Pitt: Welcome back, Brad. We’ve missed you. The ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ Best Actor winner is back to looking so handsome, especially in this Brioni three-piece suit with David Yurman and Fred Leighton jewelry.
Ansel Elgort: Another dapper velvet moment came courtesy of Ansel’s sharp Tom Ford midnight tuxedo with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
Rami Malek: This Saint Laurent suit — complete with skinny tie — was laid-back and low-key, and that’s what made it cool. The ‘Mr. Robot’ nominee completed the look with Cartier jewelry.
Barry Jenkins: I really appreciate Barry changing his stripes with a different spin on formal dressing in this Thom Browne design. I just think it didn’t fit him quite right.
Joe Alwyn: While buzz was flying about his date, Taylor Swift, the British actor showed off his own classic Tom Ford tailoring.
Ben Platt: Sometimes a traditional black tux does the trick, as with this Louis Vuitton number on ‘The Politician’ nominee.
Kit Harington: I really liked the clean, minimal, and monochromatic edge of this Saint Laurent suit on the ‘Game of Thrones’ nominee. Tiffany & Co. jewelry and Jimmy Choo shoes maintained the sleek factor.
Josh O’Connor: This bespoke Loewe ensemble broke out of the standard black suit category by virtue of its more extravagant lapels and equally extravagant necktie.
Karamo Brown: Karamo played with proportion — and with embossed patterning — in this shrunken Grayscale design styled with Jimmy Choo dress shoes.
Daniel Craig: The ‘Knives Out’ nominee went the way of a traditional, double-breasted Anderson & Sheppard black tux paired with Omega jewelry, as we might expect from 007.
Joanna Tucker & Adam Driver: Both donning Burberry looks, Adam let his wife, Joanna, take top billing with her bold, magenta gown while he kept it classic with something that matches anything: a black tux and bow tie.
Joe Manganiello: While we covered Sofia’s Dolce & Gabbana dress in our roundup post, her handsome other half was also in an elegant Dolce & Gabbana three-piece tuxedo. Yay or nay on the beard?
Lilakoi Moon (Lisa Bonet) & Jason Momoa: Lilakoi’s Fendi gown with sheer tulle overlay was right in keeping with her bohemian-romantic style side. Her look was styled with Fernando Jorge earrings with Andrea Fohrman and Eriness rings. And, Jason’s look had a free-spirited edge, too, with his emerald Tom Ford blazer — worn tie-less and with a pendant, instead — and paired with Valentino tuxedo pants, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Cartier jewelry.
Kieran Culkin: The ‘Succession’ nominee attended the Globes with wife Jazz Charton. His switched up his Dior Men double-breasted tuxedo with a white bow tie instead of the more expected black version with a Chopard timepiece to finish it off.
Nick Jonas: Priyanka stole the show here with her feminine-glam gown — and that’s okay because I found Nick’s satin Prada suit to be just a little too buttoned up, literally.
Wesley Snipes: With the maroon colour and ruffled shirt in this look, was anyone else getting a retro prom vibe?