January 14, 2020 Runway To Red Carpet

2020 Critics Choice Awards Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Posted by Catherine Kallon
2020 Critics Choice Awards Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

As always, we can’t forget the efforts of the men on the red carpet, and they more than merit a mention with their sharp suits and bold colours at the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards, which was held at the Barker Hangar on Sunday (January 12) in Santa Monica, California.

Jharrel Jerome: The actor, who won the Critics Choice Award for Best Actor in a Limited Series for ‘When They See Us,’ gave suiting a new spin when he hit the red carpet wearing a look from the Louis Vuitton Spring 2020 collection. I love the ’80s nostalgia imbued in the cut and colours.  This look was not only fitting for the era in which his film is set, but also for the 22 year-old actor who wants to look smart, yet bring his own personality to the event. His suit was styled with LV sneakers and an LV silver chain.

Andrew Scott:  Also a winner on the night, the ‘Fleabag’ actor collected the Best Actor in a Comedy series wearing a suit from Berluti.  I love that he didn’t swap out the hot pink shirt as black wouldn’t have been so enticing.  When I saw Andrew’s Christian Louboutin shoes, I wish this had been an option for Chris Evans last week.  It was mostly because of the shoes that I didn’t make him my best dressed last week.

Sam Heughan:  Usually I love mixed materials when it comes to suiting, especially when the blazer is velvet, but I would’ve preferred the full velvet look here.  Louboutin shoes and David Yurman accessories completed his look.

Louis Vuitton Spring 2020
Berluti Fall 2019

Christopher Abbott: Nominated for Best Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie Made For Television for ‘Catch-22,’ the actor was giving me what I needed wearing a full, lush emerald velvet suit from Todd Snyder.  I love how clean, modern and sharp this feels without a tie.

Sterling K Brown:  The actor looks very sharp in his Isaia burgundy suit, but I feel he over played it with both the printed tie and shirt. An Omega timepiece, and his signature shades completed his look.  

Justin Hartley:  The actor always leaves a lasting impression on the red carpet.  This time wearing a custom three-piece suit from Isaia styled with an Omega timepiece.

Jaeden Martell:  The 17-year-old It actor was keen to showcase is own unique sense of style stepping out wearing a pastel green suit from the Amiri Spring 2020 collection. In this instant opting for white like the runway would’ve given off too much of a summery feel, so I like how he opted for black with this suit, as it gives the overall look an edge.

Asante Blackk:  At first I thought the fit of his gray and black pinstripe Prada suit was off, but I think these are the exact, slightly outsized proportions.

Amiri Spring 2020

Adam Driver: The actor stayed true to his signature, classic style in Saint Laurent.

Milo Ventimiglia: The actor stood out thanks to the camel tuxedo jacket of his Brunello Cucinelli look.  Tod’s patent lace-ups and Montblanc cufflinks completed his look.

Noah Jupe:  I’m sure even those of you who don’t like logos, will appreciate how much fun and youthful flare this Gucci look brought to the this young actors style.

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2020 Critics Choice Awards Red Carpet Roundup

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13 Responses to 2020 Critics Choice Awards Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

  1. Guest January 16, 2020 at 5:30 pm #

    Adam looks like fine wine.

  2. Noor January 16, 2020 at 2:43 am #

    I’m gonna choose Jaeden among all the elders and teens.

    He poses a sense of style wearing a suit which comes from a different color like pastel green. It rarely someone’s favorite color. Also styling it with a black T and shoes makes him a guy I wanna look forward in red carpet.

  3. Guest January 14, 2020 at 7:16 pm #

    Crazy that neither Dan nor Eugene Levy are on this list, but those 3 ridiculous-looking teenagers are.

  4. ? January 14, 2020 at 5:59 pm #

    A well dressed bunch. Justin Hartley and Andrew Scott are my favourites here!

    anonymous as always

  5. Guest January 14, 2020 at 3:38 pm #

    Andrew Scott – sharp. The best fitted suit here, It’s interesting how something loose on the model becomes sharp and dapper on the red carpet. Nice and stylish double-breasted style and major points for the bold color. I’m on the fence about that shiny pink shirt though, it’s a bit cheapening, I just wish it weren’t so shiny/satin-y.
    Lovely green velvet on Christopher Abbott. Kudos to all the gentlemen who are trying to give us colors other than standard black and navy blue especially in h2t velvet.
    Justin Hartley – could’ve been a winner, and he did look handsome, but with a better fit, and sharper tailoring of the pants, in particular, they are too baggy.
    Very clean presentation from Jaeden Martell. Nice and refreshing suit, can’t say I’m loving the cut of the jacket much, but he is young and can get away with it. And I think he can inject a bit more personality and youthful flair into his styling.

  6. JohnM219 January 14, 2020 at 3:22 pm #

    Christopher and Milo look great.

    I loved Andrew’s look until I saw it on the model. It’s a tad too snug for my liking.

  7. Guest January 14, 2020 at 2:07 pm #

    I think Sam Heughan’s outfit is from Armani. It’s on their Instagram.

  8. KseniaBradner January 14, 2020 at 1:52 pm #

    Everyone but Adam Driver (who is too pretentiously self-serious) and Sam Heughan (who usually has great style) brought it. Love how young Hollywood actors are open to playing on the red carpet. Would not have happened 5 years ago.

  9. Guest January 14, 2020 at 1:41 pm #

    What a dapper bunch! I’m normally not a fan of cropped jackets on men, but Jharrel’s look won me over.

  10. Phee phee January 14, 2020 at 1:03 pm #

    Christopher and Justin. Great looks. Love the jewel green tones.

  11. Guest January 14, 2020 at 12:36 pm #

    Jaeden Martell, Christopher Abbott and Andrew Scott – though he looks a bit stiff in this shot – are my favourites here. Sterling’s mismatched print shirt and tie combo works for me. It’s subtly and elegantly done.

  12. _Hannah_ January 14, 2020 at 12:07 pm #

    Christopher Abbot and Andrew Scott win for me – love the richness of the colours, boldness and attitude.

  13. Catarina_M January 14, 2020 at 9:26 am #

    Christopher Abbott and Justin Hartley for me. So good.

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