Our Top Picks for Award Season's Best Dressed
We're only two months into the New Year and already have seen some award show looks for the books. From one red carpet to the next, men's fashion was in peak form. Let's take a look at a few of our favorite callouts from the past few weeks.
As if our cover photo wasn't proof enough, we are here for the wave of velvet that is slowly but surely infiltrating the Hollywood scene. Richard Madden captured this perfectly in a black velvet suit from Armani, paired with a white undershirt and small black bowtie.
Andy Samberg co-hosted the event with Sandra Oh which made him the subject of several wardrobe changes, but he saved his best look of the night for the after party.
Pictured here in a shimmering gold blazer with black lapel details for contrast, he looked better than the statue.
Samberg paired this with a pleated white undershirt, black bowtie, and thick-rimmed glasses.
The combination play of Black and White is really what makes this look from Mark Ronson stand out.
His get-up is by Hedi Slimane for Celine.
If you've ever shopped our Corduroy Collection you know we are pro-pops of color. This green suit worn by gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds stood out, but did not overwhelm the red carpet. 10/10 would recommend more gentleman to take on a bold look like this.
Wearing Givenchy Haute Couture for the second Oscars in a row, Chadwick Boseman is showing that men can be over the top with a formal look - and pull it off.
We started with velvet, it seems only fair we end with it too. The flattering shape that can be found just from wearing a fitted velvet blazer is an untapped look that (thankfully) more men are realizing.
Chris Evans wore a blue Salvatore Ferragamo blazer with black pants and bowtie; complimented by an IWC watch and Montblanc jewelry.