I was absolutely not going to leave out the men from the 2021 Golden Globe Awards red carpet coverage, because, *whispers* sometimes the men make more interesting choices.
Leslie Odom Jr.: Why does this Valentino Spring 2021 Haute Couture look work?
Is it because that pop of neon green has no place here, yet draws you in like a moth to a flame?
Is it those cool shades of mocha, pale rose and chocolate?
For me, it starts with the sleek shawl collar on his blazer.
This was a seriously cool look, with plenty of flare. I can’t gush about this enough.
Dan Levy: When it comes to the actors Valentino Spring 2021 Haute Couture look, I’m not sure what I’m salivating over more.
The sequin turtleneck, the multiple shades of lime, or the platinum platforms.
Josh O’Connor: ‘The Crown’ actor has been one of my favourite style stars in menswear since he started promoting the Netflix drama.
I was delighted to see him teaming up with Loewe again, as it has been a union which has been fruitful in the past.
They could’ve easily made him a simple black suit, white shirt combo, but why go simple, when you can inject so much more creativity into the look?
Like the contrasting wing collars, and the old school bow tie.
White trousers and black shoes aren’t always a great combo, but I think the blazer helps keep the shoes relevant in this look.
Bulgari watch completed his look.
Jared Leto: The actor was channeling his inner George Harrison wearing a custom Gucci light camel suit. I don’t know about you, but it’s the colours for me; especially the silk taupe shirt.
He really has the ’70s feeling going on. And without feeling gimmicky, which some of you feel Jareds’ style is based on.
Sacha Baron Cohen: The actor wore a custom Dolce & Gabbana which I love for the deep emerald green hue and opting to go without a tie for a more relaxed feel.
Nicholas Hoult: The British actor opted for a classic Giorgio Armani double breast suit which has a cool vibe to it on account of styling the look with a simple t-shirt. A Jaeger-LeCoultre watch provided the finishing touch.
Some might be disappointed that the actor breaks the colourful code the men presented on this night, but remember that last time he took a risk with colour on the red carpet?
Riz Ahmed: This is pinstripe Celine Homme by Hedi Slimane look is almost too cool for the Globes. The British actor was serving up nonchalant elegance by the truckload here.
Anthony Anderson: The actor looked very dapper wearing a Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo.
What made this special for me, as the additional details like the floral pin, Chopard jewelry and Roger Vivier loafers
Eugene Levy: The actor lets us all know where Dan got his style credentials from wearing a Dior Men gray double breasted peak lapel suit.
Jackson Lee: While the paisley print robe adds more intrigue to this Gucci look, I think the suit underneath is far more appealing with the patterned sateen fabrication, striped shirt, and bow tie.
John Boyega: I am really disappointed not to see John’s full Givenchy look, as I’m curious to see if he opted for a full off-white suit, or off-white blazer with black trousers.
The actor has shared before that he does zoom calls in his boxers, so perhaps he was wearing no trousers at all.
Daniel Kaluuya: With the contrast stitching on Daniel’s Dior Men suit, this is another look I needed to see in full.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II: I mean, who is looking at the cool blue Paul Smith suit, when Yahya’s smile is lighting up the room like that?
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