It takes time of year again when the who’s who descend on the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. This year it looks like 3 Billboards starring Sam Rockwell and Francis McDormand will be the film to beat. Perhaps the weird world of The Shape of Water might pip them? We’ll soon see.
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Like every year before, we’ve chosen our selection of the best-dressed gentlemen to hit the Oscars red carpet. Unlike the Golden Globes, it appears the message of #metoo has been parked in place of the usual Oscars flair and colour. Rest assured, the message will be loud and clear in the speeches.
A few brave souls like Darrell Britt-Gibson (in pink!), Chadwick Boseman and Mahershala Ali have dared to be different. In more traditional tuxedo trends we see the navy tuxedo has made a comeback.
Common continues to do his best in classic black-tie attire and Christopher Plummer cuts a stately figure in a shawl collar navy tuxedo. It’s good to see that good style is timeless.
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Brad always does good on the red carpet. His brown velvet tuxedo is a whole lot of ‘hell yeah’
The coolest gentleman wearing the classic navy tuxedo. The trousers are a perfect length and wider than his younger attendees.
Darrell Britt-Gibson was Mr.Personality on the red carpet. LOL on the short short trousers.
Firas does the classic navy or ‘ink’ tuxedo better than most at this year’s academy awards.
One of the best dresses rappers in the world delivers a look worthy of a bond villain. Bravo!
Wrapped up like a sartorial burrito, Tom’s double-breasted tuxedo is a sublime case of evening wear.
Daniel opted for the bronze velvet dinner jacker. A daring move, indeed.
Always the best dressed man in any room. Classic and cool black tie.
The man of the hour can do no wrong in the style stakes.
This is how you the an alternative to black tie.
The velvet destroyer.
The knight in all white.
The velvet dinner jacket is sublime.