I have to start with John Boyega.
Not only is he two for two when it comes to Best Actor wins for ‘Small Axe’, but he was looking very sharp wearing this Louis Vuitton Fall 2021 white suit with the kente cloth we saw in the look book.
We’ve seen the British-Nigerian star celebrate his heritage on the red carpet before while promoting ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’, so I love that he incorporated this into his look again.
Dan Levy has us standing to attention for his military inspired Dior Men Fall 2021 look which featured an officer jacket with star embroidery.
His black leather Oblique embossed Dior Explorer boots helped further sell this look.
Josh O’Connor wore a custom Loewe look inspired by the Fall 2021 collection.
I’m not sure how you feel about this sailor meets school uniform mash up, but I love the uniqueness of it all.
We’ve seen a lot of colourful suits from men this awards season, but Josh proves that subtle design features can make you stand out too.
Loewe oxford shoes and a Bvglari watch completed his look.
Algee Smith is fast becoming my favourite red carpet style star.
A pink suit? Who would’ve thought a Versace Spring 2021 pink suit with intricately crystal-embroidered starfish motif in a nod to the iconic Trésor de la Mer print would be one of the best looks at this event?
We can always rely on Riz Ahmed to serve up elegance.
Wearing Gucci, I was drawn by the colours – especially the salmon shirt – but stayed the impeccable tailoring.
I love the flattering continental construction of Michael K. Williams’ Berluti brown check suit.
Add the match sneakers and orange shirt, and this was one of the standout looks for me.
Speaking of standout suits, Lakeith Stanfield was giving us next level elegance in this Louis Vuitton marble print suit.
I’m lost for words. LV is on a role this awards season.
After loving Leslie Odom Jr.’s Golden Globes look, I was a little underwhelmed by this Celine Homme suit. Even with the attempts to freshen up the pinstripe suit with chunky chains and a frilled collar.
Before having us in floods of tears watching this acceptance speech, Alan Kim was all smiles on the virtual red carpet wearing a classic Emporio Armani suit styled with sneakers.
Sacha Baron Cohen appears to be embracing rich toned suits this awards season. I was in love with his teal suit from the Globes, and just as mesmerized by this navy Armani suit.
2020 flew by, and looking at Dylan McDermott in his emerald green velvet Emporio Armani suit, I’m wondering if Christmas is upon us, as this look is giving me holiday vibes, and I love it from head-to-toe.
The only thing missing from this picture was a decorated tree and chestnuts roasting on an open fire.
Daniel Kaluuya was also a winner on the night. He was serving up shades of beige wearing a Fear of God suit. The look was so clean and fresh. A perfect look for Spring.
John Hardy jewelry completed his look.
As the host, Taye Diggs sent the tone channeling his inner James Bond wearing a Giorgio Armani look which was very debonair.
Seeing this look from the waist up, I wondered if Taye was bold enough to wear a full white suit, but he paired this look with black trousers.
When I see Eli Goree in his custom Etro red tuxedo featuring velvet lapels styled with matching shoes, I feel that there’s a menswear footwear god out there after all
I think I would’ve cried if the standard black footwear for men was applied here.
He really suave’d the hell out of this look.
Speaking of looking suave, Aldis Hodge’s Dolce & Gabbana all-black jacquard martini tuxedo has me feeling very thirsty.
This picture might say that Orlando Bloom’s Brunello Cucinelli suit is ill-fitting, but it simply needed better grooming.
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