Monday, January 11, 2016

73rd Annual Golden Globe Men's

The 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards which was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel took place last night in Beverly Hills, California. While the ladies received a lot of attention, the men made some noise on the carpet as well. 

Michael B. Jordan usually steps out in printed suits but the 'Creed' star opted for a classic black tuxedo from DIOR HOMME. 

David Oyelowo was perhaps my favorite looking sharp in a printed burgundy tuxedo courtesy of DOLCE & GABBANA. A MONT BLANC watch and LOUBOUTIN shoes finished up his look.

Eddie Redmayne turned to his go to brand GUCCI for his red carpet look. While it's hard to see, the actor's classic black tuxedo featured purple embroidered details which kept his look interesting.  

Rami Malek of 'Mr. Robot' wore a DIOR HOMME tuxedo as well. The thing I found off about his look is that the bow tie, black boutonnière & white pocket square kinda clash for me. One of those should have been left out. 

Kevin Hart posed with Ken Jeong who wore a simple black tuxedo. Kevin however stood out in a MUSIKA FRERE tuxedo that featured a olive jacket with contrasting black lapels & a gold brooch. His look was topped off with black suede tassel loafers. 

Leonardo DiCaprio walked away a winner wearing a GIORGIO ARMANI tuxedo. While the actor didn't look bad, I just wish his pants were hemmed better. 

Terrence Howard showed up with his ex-wife on his arm but the actor was sharp in his brown black lapel tuxedo which was adorned with a statement brooch. LOUIS LEEMAN loafers completed his look.

Gerard Butler wore a navy sating lapel three-piece SALVATORE FERRAGAMO tuxedo styled with patent shoes and a bow tie.  

Orlando Bloom also went the simple and classic tuxedo route, rocking a look courtesy of LANVIN. His look is definitely on the boring side.  

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  1. David Oyelowo stole the show. Sharp, bold, unexpected.
    Eddie is great as usual, top-notch polish from him always, and I like how he always tries to add subtle interesting elements even to his most formal looks.

    Thank you, Cheri, for extensive coverage, and I'm especially delighted that menswear hasn't been overlooked either :) It would be interesting to see a roundup of your faves from the event.

    1. Thank you NatCC for your kind words & support. I will definitely look consider doing a roundup. :)

  2. Thank you for the coverage! This year's fashion choices were pretty boring, I can't wait for the SAG

    1. Thank you Wer & I appreciate the support. I agree, there was nothing jaw dropping this season. Hopefully they are saving it for the SAG & Oscars.