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07.12.18 Menswear

Menswear End Of The Week Red Carpet Roundup

Here is the final roundup for the fellas who have been showcasing a range of styles from LA, Melbourne to Paris this week.

Cole Sprouse: This double-breasted suit would’ve come off as pretty standard had it not been for the injection of blood-red via his turtleneck.

Troye Sivan: The peformer attended the NGV Gala 2018 in Melbourne wearing an ivory and black trimmed Valentino look especially designed for him by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli. I love the reinterpreted blazer, which instantly feels modern with the cape detail. This is a shoe-in for BDOTW.

Stephan James: Kiki Layne may be getting all the plaudits for her style, but that should also be attributed to Stephan too. I mean, does they guy even own a black or navy suit? Once again he embraced colour, and print, in a way that was ensured that he would stand out for all the right reasons in Grayscale. David Yurman accessories completed his look.

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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup


It’s time to catch up with the menswear circuit, as this past weekend brought with it a slew of handsome fellows on the red carpet.

Richard Madden: At the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2018 on Sunday (November 18) in London, Richard was ever-so-dapper in a head-to-toe Salvatore Ferragamo look that was striking in its sophistication.

Timothée Chalamet: Continuing to show us his sharp eye for style, the young actor riffed on the classic black suit at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 2018 Governors Awards in Hollywood on Sunday (November 18). This Haider Ackermann Spring 2019 look offered such cool visual appeal in the jacket’s stained-glass, swirling pattern and shaping.

Eddie Redmayne: Speaking of cool-kids, Eddie will forever be one, especially with looks like this sporty Gucci ensemble at the ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ photocall in Madrid, Spain on Friday (November 16). Who knew a bee-emblazoned bomber could look so breezy.

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07.11.18 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

We couldn’t let the week go by without checking on these leading men..starting with Eddie Redmayne.

Eddie Redmayne: The British actor is the only person, excluding Tom Hiddleston, who can make me consistently swoon upon sight of him in a luxe Polo Ralph Lauren velvet tuxedo. He was by far the best dressed at the 2019 Breakthrough Prize Ceremony, despite him stating that his 8-month son isn’t allowing him time to get much sleep.

Jared Leto: We expected Jared Leto to attend the 2018 LACMA Art + Film Gala, but did we expect this white satin lapel Gucci suit with a matching hat? No, I actually expected more colour from him, so this served as quite a surprise. I have moments when I love this and moments when I want him to remove that hat.

Timothée Chalamet: At the Hollywood Film Awards the young actor wore a sharply tailored Louis Vuitton suit, but I was more intrigued by the embellished shirt, and thankful for shoes over sneakers.

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02.11.18 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here’s a quick roundup of some of the guys who caught my eye on the red carpet this week.

Rami Malek: For the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ New York premiere, the actor wore a Givenchy Fall 2018 tailored plaid suit which some might think was tame by his standards, but there was plenty of sartorial elegance oozing from this look to keep me fully captivated.

Troye Sivan: The actor joined Nicole Kidman on the red carpet for the ‘Boy Erased’ LA premiere in Helmut Lang. We often have girls borrowing from the boys, but on this occasion Troye was borrowing from the girls, as this oatmeal Spring 2019 suit hails from the upcoming womenswear collection. Some might find this hard to believe as the suits sharp tailoring especially the wide lapels leans strongly in the direction of menswear, but we’ve seen many cross-overs lately.

Sam Heughan: I have a feeling that I don’t need to tell you that this suit is by Saint Laurent. The classic black and white, plus the fit and style of the suit speaks for itself.

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07.09.18 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here is our final menswear roundup this week which sees the majority of the fellas opt out of wearing a tie.

Kelvin Harrison Jr.: Not following the dark suit trend, this was quite a strong Dolce & Gabbana look for Kelvin at the ‘Monsters and Men’ Toronto International Film Festival premiere. I just wish that the shoes weren’t black. They are such an harsh ending to a beautifully textured suit.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson: Speaking of texture, I’m marveling at the sheen coming off Aaron’s Givenchy Fall 2018 suit for the ‘Outlaw King’ Toronto International Film Festival premiere. This was perhaps the most formal look during the festival for menswear so far, but no one can accuse him of overdressing when he looks this sharp.

Chris Pine: Joining Aaron at the ‘Outlaw’ premiere, Chris was looking very debonair in his Canali suit. I know some of you aren’t huge fans of double-breasted blazers, but I love everything about this look especially the contrast of the striped brown blazer against the inky blue. We always want guys to switch things up. It appears someone is listen. Christian Louboutin’ Cousin Greg’ navy shoes completed his look.

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21.03.18 Menswear

The Hollywood Reporter And Jimmy Choo Power Stylists Dinner Red Carpet Roundup


The Hollywood Reporter And Jimmy Choo Power Stylists Dinner on Tuesday (March 20) in Los Angeles, California brought out some very fashionable attendees. They joined Gwyneth Paltrow, Yara Shahidi and Elle Fanning.

Dakota Fanning: The actress looked ready for a celebration in a glittering Prada dress. The joyful mood was enhanced with Jimmy Choo ‘Max’ platform sandals, a JimmyChoo ‘Celeste’ clutch and bracelets by Eva Fehren Alexis Bittar.

Kevin Hart: The funny man opted for a smart casual look warmed by his biscuit hued Loewe sweater.

Chadwick Boseman: The ‘Black Panther’ actor looked casually cool in a Bottega Veneta diamond-patterned top and jacket. The neutral colour palette kept it from becoming cartoonish. Slim jeans and Jimmy Choo ‘Cash’ black sneakers contributed to the low-key outfit.

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