Here is a roundup of the menswear looks which includes the 2022 AMAs.
Machine Gun Kelly, who picked up the Favourite Rock Artist Award at the AMAs, wore a custom Dolce & Gabbana amethyst purple wool suit embellished with gunmetal long spikes from a collection aptly titled, the ‘Darkside Collection.’
I couldn’t think of a more perfect look for the rocker. He always adorns himself with spikey things when it comes to his jewelry, so it was only a matter of time before that translated to his red carpet outfit.
Dolce & Gabbana black studded hi-trekking ankle boots and Candy Ice earrings completed his look.
Where was this suit when we were all social distancing? This would’ve been a great look to ensure the 2-metre rule was upheld.
Sam Heughan accepted the Audience Award for ‘Outlander’ while donning a Thom Sweeney single breasted wool peak lapel suit, along with a merino wool roll neck sweater for the BAFTA Scotland Awards, where she joined his co-star Caitriona Balfe.
William Levy provided the eye candy at the GQ Spain Men of the Year Awards where he joined Milena Smit.
The actor was impeccably dressed in a Dolce & Gabbana, with a micro deco pattern scarf adding some flare to this formal look.
You can always rely on Charlie Puth to bring us a colour.
This time he suited up in a very summery suit from Marni which he styled with a Polite Worldwide pearl necklace.
I’m not so sure the trouser length or the black accessories worked on this occasion.
Rome Flynn attended the ‘Fantasy Football’ Atlanta Premiere wearing a Paul Smith suit, but it was the chevron print turtleneck which made this look stand out.
Glen Powell wore a navy Thom Sweeney suit over the weekend where he attended the Sony Pictures ‘Devotion’ screening held at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington DC.
Lionel Richie picked up the Icon Award at the AMAs wearing a Dolce & Gabbana Sicilia-fit jacket featuring a beautiful floral brocade, which he styled with skinny denim trousers and black suede boots.