Oscars 2023: The Gentlemen Red Carpet Rundown
Let’s go, boys…
Andrew Garfield in Fendi
Beautiful, classic. The tux is nice as well.
Austin Butler in Saint Laurent
We love his broad-shouldered, high-heeled take on the classic tux.
How many times can we write the phrase “classic tux” in one post, we wonder?
Brendan Fraser in Giorgio Armani
Classic tux. This one fits him quite a bit better than most of the ones he wore this season. He still wears his frames too high on his face.
Brian Tyree Henry in Dolce & Gabbana
Love the textured textile, but we wish he buttoned the jacket and we think the pants are too skinny of a cut for it.
Danny Ramirez in Dior Homme
Love a man who commits to wearing the velvet all the way down.
Gabriel LaBelle in Berluti
This is a great color on him. A pale blue shirt would’ve been gorgeous with it.
Greg Tarzan Davis in Givenchy
We suppose it’s probably nice, given the label and the fact that this is the Oscars, but it takes such a terrible picture that we can’t even see it.
Harry Shum Jr. in Adeam
GORGEOUS. Love the sash and the piping.
Harvey Guillen in Christian Siriano
FABULOUS. Christian Siriano really knows how to tap into his clients’ needs and personality. Harvey was thrilled with this and it showed.
Jay Ellis in Fendi
Say it with us now…”classic tux.”
John Cho in Zegna
Oooh, an interesting variation! We like it. Very chic and sexy.
He said he was paying tribute to Frederick Douglass and look, that’s great, but we’re pretty sure his clothes weren’t a wrinkled mess. The wrongly tied tie, askew collar, poorly fitted pants, white socks and clown shoes so large they’re curling up off the floor are CHOICES. Put more bluntly, they’re affectations.
Lenny Kravitz in Saint Laurent
We’re going to keep banging this drum even though it’ll piss off his fans: his look is stale and needs a refresh.
Michael B. Jordan in Louis Vuitton
He looks great in a double-breasted jacket – better than we would have predicted, actually – but the pants are too slim.
Miles Teller in Celine
You say it.
N. T. Rama Rao Jr. in Gaurav Gupta Couture
Paul Dano in Dolce & Gabbana
We don’t understand why the embellishments don’t continue into the pants. If you’re going to go for it, why go halfway?
Paul Mescal in Gucci
It has a 1940s gigolo feel to it, which is really great for him, but we don’t like the sheer shirt or the messy hair.
Pedro Pascal in Zegna
Sir, you had us until the puddling hem. We could weep.
Riz Ahmed in Prada
Meh. That collar is way too tricky for its own good.
Samuel L. Jackson in Giorgio Armani
A classic tux in a great color for him.
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