Timothée Chalamet: This Prada set won’t go down as one of my more preferred looks for the young actor — including his slick-back hair. But, I continue to be intrigued by his red-carpet style and willingness to step aside the norm.
Brad Pitt: The handsome actor put his best face and foot forward in a classic Brioni velvet tux that was perfectly suited for his big Oscar win in ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.’
Rami Malek: As we’d expect from Rami, this Saint Laurent suit had an subtle edge and subversive vibe with the exploded lapel and boxy jacket. He styled it with a Cartier watch.
Keanu Reeves: I think it was Keanu’s stringier hair look that made this Dolce & Gabbana tux seem a bit messier than it should have.
George MacKay: The British actor looked sharp in custom dunhill tailoring.
Taika Waitita: The New Zealander kept it traditionally classic in a Dior Men tux with a Panerai Luminor watch.
Billy Porter: If you thought the ‘Pose’ star’s Oscars look was on the OTT side, he hadn’t even gotten the party started yet. This custom purple bubble cape feather top and lavender pant by Christian Siriano was bigger, bolder, and louder — and literally made a statement with the expletive handbag. The lighter trousers and black boots are a miss here for me.
Kanye West: The rapper went the way of a dunhill leather ensemble with an Ikepod Hemipode watch. With the light suede boots, he was kind of projecting an urban cowboy mood.
Jesse Williams: The crazy embossed prints and patterns often seen in a Dzojchen design came to life in this matchy-matchy suit and shirt combo.
Charlie Puth: This Fendi blazing yellow suit would not have looked out of place at an 80s prom — right down to the tuxedo stripes and tragically ill-fitting pants.
Daniel Levy: Rather than the standard black tux, Daniel wore a mauve-grey Valentino suit. It was a peculiar, murky hue, so I can’t say I liked this step away from the standard.
Joe Manganiello: As polished as ever, the actor was dapper in an Ermenegildo Zegna Made-To-Measure suit that fit him like a glove.
Cole Sprouse: Also in dunhill, Cole kept a casual flavor to his ensemble with the loose jacket and unbuttoned silk shirt. The two different ivory hues are a bother me, though.
Dwayne Wade: With Gabrielle Union at his side, I believe he was playing off her delicate, floral dress with his Dolce & Gabbana lace jacket. And, I really do appreciate the effort and synchronicity here.
Michael B Jordan: Vanessa Hudgens found herself in the company of the actor at the Vanity Fair after party — and, coincidentally, they were both flaunting richly saturated hues. This colour of this Berluti suit is a new twist for Michael, as he’s clearly out to prove that real men wear cotton-candy pink. A Piaget watch completed the look.
Edgar Ramirez: The actor was looking very handsome in his Brunello Cucinelli camel velveteen tuxedo jacket paired with navy trousers.
Chase Crawford: Also in Brunello Cucinelli. On the one hand I would love to see something different from Chase. Even if it’s something as simple as a different colour. But on the other hand, classic styles like this suit him so well.