SAG Awards 2023: The Gentlemen Red Carpet Rundown

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Posted on February 28, 2023

Gentlemen, line up for your judgment. It won’t hurt much, we promise. You just have to deal with a couple of pricks and you’ll be done.

Adam DiMarco in Dior Homme

This looks great on him. He can handle the double-breasted tux just fine.

Andrew Garfield in Valentino

The collapsed shirt placket bugs, but he looks incredibly hot here.

Austin Butler in Gucci

It’s in line with pretty much everything he’s worn on a red carpet this year. We admire the consistency, but after Oscar night, it may be time to retire the Sleazy Chic looks for a while.

Barry Keoghan in Louis Vuitton

We don’t like the design of that jacket at all, but we’d have a lot more praise for this look if the suit fit him correctly.

Brendan Fraser in Zegna

He’s trying to jazz things up a bit and we appreciate that, but he still doesn’t quite get the fit right. The pants are a little long and the jacket is a little short.

Chris Perfetti in Dries Van Noten

The suit is fabulous and we love the pose, but the hat? No, sir.

Diego Calva in Gucci

We’re not inclined to like a brown velvet tuxedo on anyone, but he’s doing about as good a job as humanly possible in pulling it off.

Diego Luna

It’s fine. Once again, the fit is slightly off.

Eddie Redmayne in Saint Laurent

We absolutely give him all the credit in the world for choosing these flamboyant, off-the-beaten-path styles. We just wish he was better suited to them.

F. Murray Abraham

We think we like brown tuxedo shirts even less than we like brown tuxedo jackets.

James Marsden in Dolce & Gabbana

We don’t have a problem with brightly colored tuxes, but we don’t think this color is all that flattering for him.

Jeremy Allen White in Saint Laurent

Unfortunately, he cannot handle the double-breasted tux. This completely obscures and distorts his shape.

Ke Huy Quan in Gucci


Paul Mescal in Simone Rocha

We appreciate the attempt, but this doesn’t photograph well, doesn’t flatter him particularly, and comes off kind of sloppy and shapeless.

Taron Egerton in Giorgio Armani

He can make this look work and not come off like a cater waiter or valet.

Theo James in Louis Vuitton

Dull as dishwater.

Tyler James Williams in Thrash

LOVE this. We might have wanted a dark shirt in order to provide a little contrast with the lapels.

Will Sharpe in Ferragamo

’90s Power Lesbian realness.

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