GQ Men Of The Year 2021 Menswear Roundup

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Regé-Jean Page GQ Men of the Year

Not for the first time this year, the men kinda upstaged the ladies who took to the red carpet for the 2021 GQ Men of the Year Awards held at the Tate Modern on Wednesday (September 1) in London.

Regé-Jean Page received the Standout Performance of the Year Award for portraying the Duke of Hastings in the hit Netflix show ‘Bridgerton’

He was looking very sharp wearing a forest-green Ozwald Boateng three-piece suit with the designer’s signature Tribal crepe fabric.

The Stephen Webster pin and chain added touches that felt quintessentially British, with a Longines timepiece and Louboutin shoes completing his look.

GQ Men Of The Year 2021

The picture Regé-Jean posted to Instagram shows just how gorgeous the colour and the fabric are.

Ed Sheeran Versace GQ Men Of The Year Awards

With all due respect, Ed Sheeran isn’t the kind to turn heads with his red carpet style, so I was very impressed to see him push the boat out and give us something very dramatic – by his standards – wearing a Versace look featuring a colourful print blazer.

Rafferty Law dunhill GQ Men Of The Year 2021

Rafferty Law (son of Jude Law) took to the red carpet wearing a dunhill Spring 2022 look suit with a Pointelle Blanket cardigan which pulled focus. 

Could this be a new trend along with the split hem trousers he was wearing?  We’ll have to wait and see.

I’m torn.  Mostly because it feels like an unnecessary layer, but he does look good.

John Lobb monkstrap shoes completed his look.

Kingsley Ben-Adir  BOSS GQ Men Of The Year 2021

For his scene-stealing portrayals as not one, but two icons of American history – Malcolm X and Barack Obama – Kingsley Ben-Adir took home the Breakthrough Actor award

Even though autumn officially starts on September 22, Kingsley was giving us autumnal vibes with his brown velvet BOSS suit.

Who knew a brown suit could look this good?  I have to say I’m pleasantly surprised.

Hero Fiennes-Tiffin BOSS

Hero Fiennes-Tiffin followed suit (pardon the pun) by also wearing a velvet suit with black trims from BOSS, but Hero opted for shawl lapels.

Harrison Osterfield

It wasn’t a total velvet-BOSS-suit fest, as actor and model Harrison Osterfield brought a pop of colour to the red carpet in his pink BOSS suit.

Keep going back in time and you’ll find plenty of instances of famous men in pink suits—the colour has been popular in menswear for years now—but it looks like it could be gaining momentum again.

Nick Grimshaw

And opting for bold colours wasn’t the only way to garner attention on this red carpet, as Nick Grimshaw let his wave print BOSS brown blazer steal the limelight.

Who knew brown suits would swiftly start trending?

Jack Harlow

When I saw Jack Harlow in his black Tommy Hilfiger Collection suit, my first thought was that he didn’t see the “Wet Paint’ sign. 

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