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14.09.18 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

It’s time to check in on those men that have been out and about at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival over the past few days.

Robert Pattinson: At the ‘High Life’ premiere, Robert wore a Dior Men by Kim Jones Spring 2019 three-piece suit that had quite the dandy demeanor, especially with the floral dress shirt.

Kit Harington: Looking quite formal, Kit was polished in a Givenchy tuxedo at the ‘The Death and Life of John F. Donovan’ premiere.

Mahershala Ali: Sometimes we roll our eyes at sunglasses on the red carpet, but on this occasion, his Jimmy Choo shades really added some fun, quirky edge to this Ermenegildo Zegna Couture cropped suit at the ‘Green Book’ premiere. That teal pocket square did, too.

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‘Hotel Mumbai’ Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

 'Hotel Mumbai' Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

The ‘Hotel Mumbai’ premiere was held on Saturday (September 8) during the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival in Canada.

Tilda Cobham-Hervey: This black-and-white column gown was a study in chic contrasts.

Dev Patel: Looking ever-so-suave, Dev impressed in this Ermenegildo Zegna Couture suit that was formal yet not too fussy.

Nazanin Boniadi: The aquamarine hue of this Prabal Gurung Spring 2018 dress was my favourite part — but there was something off with both the fit and the use of a dark oxblood lip with light seafoam-green accessories and Irene Neuwirth jewels.

Prabal Gurung Spring 2018

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16.10.17 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

The men have recently been making just as strong of a statement on the red carpet with many of them breaking away from black suits.

Dev Patel: Choosing a more relaxed look for the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic event on Saturday (October 14), the British actor wore a Burberry a pale T-shirt and skinny khaki pants with a navy jacket. The distressed brown boots created a quiet but interesting mix of colours.

Armie Hammer: Looking debonair, the ‘Call Me by Your Name’ actor wore a slim Bottega Veneta suit at the Hammer Museum Gala In The Garden event on Saturday (October 14). The black polo neck and lace-up shoes helped bring out the miniature check in the suit.

James Marsden: The actor cut a stylish figure at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday (October 14). The dark green shirt and brown tie wouldn’t have been my first choice for this Zegna suit, but he convinced me how well they could work thanks to the matching brown shoes and simple accessorising.

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12.02.17 Menswear

2017 BAFTAs Men Red Carpet Roundup

The men weren’t to be overlooked at the 2017 BAFTAs held in London this evening (February 12).

Dev Patel: As Best Supporting Actor (for ‘Lion’), Dev looks every inch the star in this navy Burberry suit. With deep satin lapels, it’s an elegant look for him.

Andrew Garfield: Another actor who opted for a monochrome look (see Eddie Redmayne), Andrew looked great in Burberry.

Luke Evans: One of my best dressed men of the night, Luke nailed red carpet dressing in this midnight blue Thom Sweeney suit. He was one of only a few men to choose a waistcoat, and I think it worked so well.

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04.03.15 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a quick roundup of some of the men who have taken to the red carpet on this very quiet week.

Richard Madden: The ‘Game of Thrones’ actor, who is Prince Charming to Lily James’ Cinderella, joined his co-star on the red carpet for the LA premiere on Sunday (March 1). He wore Dolce & Gabbana with fine details that make this tuxedo suit the flawless epitome of black-tie elegance, but it’s the blue eyes that really draw you in.

Dev Patel: The British actor attended ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ premiere held at the Ziegfeld Theater on Tuesday (March 3) in New York City. I love Dev for never opting for the classic, expected look. Like David Oyelowo, Dev is not afraid of colour or experimenting with different fabrications. On this occasion he wore a Salvatore Ferragamo tan corduroy notched-lapel suit, which on paper doesn’t appeal but in real life exemplifies the essence of sartorial dressing. This look did make me chuckle as it reminded me of the ‘Sex And The City’ episode where Steve asks Miranda, “What’s wrong with corduroy?” to which she replies, “I don’t have enough time to tell you what’s wrong with corduroy.” Dev proves that statement wrong.

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18.04.14 Menswear

‘For The Love of Cinema’ Dinner Party Menswear Roundup

'For The Love of Cinema' Dinner Party Menswear Roundup

Here is another quick menswear roundup from the fellows who attended the ‘For The Love of Cinema’ dinner party hosted at Urban Zen in New York City on Thursday (April 17).

James Marsden: Sporting a buzz cut, which doesn’t in any way diminish his charming good looks, the actor wore a navy Ermenegildo Zegna suit and a complementary shirt which really enhanced his eyes. Brown lace-ups completed his look.

Dev Patel: The British actor went for a more laidback look, wearing a printed navy tee shirt and black jeans smartened up with a burgundy blazer, which has always been a great colour on him. Sadly, though, for a dinner party his shoes look a bit scruffy.

Anton Yelchin: The actor wore a Dior Homme deep-blue wool-and-silk notch-lapel tuxedo styled with a white cotton shirt and black leather derbies, opting to go sans tie. You may remember that Jeremy Renner wore this same suit to the ‘American Hustle’ LA screening late last year.

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