Here it is, folks! The crème de la crème of all the film awards every season. The biggest, the most glamorous – and arguably, the best. Yes, the Oscars 2019 have just finished its show, and boy what an ending, right?
Of course, we’re here because we already list you the best dressed guys from the red carpet! And since it’s the cherry on top of this sundae that is the movie award season, why don’t we expand the list into 12 instead of the usual 10?
Michael B. Jordan in Tom Ford
Paul Rudd in Canali
Blue sure adds more class on a black tie attire. Rudd seem to understand this well with his navy Canali tux and IWC watch. Props also for the attention to detail: the tie comes in the same color as the suit!
Mahershala Ali in Ermenegildo Zegna XXX
As we predicted the last time, Ali swooped all awards! As for the big night, he came in a full statement: from the patterned Ermenegildo Zegna XXX blazer, the traditional hat, the clear aviators, and the mandarin shirt.
Henry Golding in Ralph Lauren
Another velvet jacket on the red carpet (and trust us, there’s a lot last night,) Golding appear like a period gentleman in his Ralph Lauren set and his IWC watch. Seriously, that white vest and bowtie are just brilliant.
Rami Malek in Saint Laurent
Jason Momoa in Fendi
Even Aquaman himself can’t resist to come in velvet. And it’s not just about the material with Momoa – his velvet Fendi suit comes in pink! A bold step for a masculine symbol – one that we applaud for.
Richard E. Grant in Brunello Cucinello
We don’t usually put an aging figure on the list – especially one where that word can describe his career as well. But Grant‘s flamboyant red and blue Brunello Cucinelli velvet jacket is simply irresistible.
Chadwick Boseman in Givenchy
Another king on the screen, Boseman ruled the red carpet as much as Momoa did. Yet, he did it in character: sparkly and regal. We don’t quite understand this sequinned Givenchy piece – but it sure is beautiful.
Nicholas Hoult in Dior Men
Apart from his flawless award show appearances lately (such as this Dior Men set), we recommend you to watch “The Favourite,” to see how far Nicholas Hoult have come. And he seem to upped the ante on the red carpet as well.
Stephan James in Etro
Mark Ronson in Kyosuke Kunimoto
Producer and musician Mark Ronson came home with an Oscar – but we just can’t stop talking about his eye catching bespoke Kyosuke Kunimoto suit. The dual-tone, the white piping, the high cuffs. So irregular, so wonderful.
Chris Evans in Salvatore Ferragamo
Finally, what’s a big event without your trusted captain to lead the best dressed list? Evans stepped into the red carpet in a teal velvet jacket from Salvatore Ferragamo and an IWC watch that just came out flawlessly classy.
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