Best Dressed Men of the Golden Globes Red Carpet
These Were 2020’s Shining Stars at the 77th Annual Globes
Dressing up for the Golden Globes sounds like it should be pretty second nature for most in Hollywood (with the exception of whomever was responsible for Cecil B. DeMille Award recipient Tom Hanks wife Rita Wilson’s hair and makeup). But the first major awards show of the season always comes with a caveat. What to wear. What looks good and what doesn’t? What’s on trend for the season? How do I actually make the tuxedo I like look good on me?
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We are here to help, and by help, we mean show you the best tuxedos — in whatever form — from these guys at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards, it was if you show up feeling good, you stand a much better chance of looking good. Sure, body types and tailoring play a role, but the best way to find the style that looks good on you is starting with confidence.
Adam Scott in Berluti and Montblanc Cufflinks
Clean and classic, Scott may not have been nominated for his role in “Big Little Lies,” but he sure showed up like he should have been.
Andrew Scott in Montblanc Cufflinks and Christian Louboutin Shoes
“Fleabag” star Scott ditched his character’s priestly garb and went for shades of white to make his Golden Globes red carpet debut.
Ansel Elgort in Tom Ford
Usually if you’re in a Tom Ford tux, that is statement enough. Elgort took it up a notch by adding glitter eyeshadow and white nail polish. This is a shining example of just how to nail the look (sorry … had to).
Barry Jenkins in Thom Browne
Speaking of statement tuxes, Jenkins’ Thom Browne suit was a bold decision that landed.
Ben Platt in Louis Vuitton
“The Politician” Best Actor nominee typically makes a bold display of his red carpet appearances. This year, he kept it simple and enjoyed watching his bestie Beanie Feldstein take the spotlight.
Billy Porter in Alex Vinash
Did you expect “Pose” nominee Porter to wear anything other than a white feather train? We didn’t. This kind of look takes major confidence, and Porter has it.
Brad Pitt in David Yurman
“Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood,” there was an actor named Brad Pitt who never looked bad. He lived happily ever after.
Brett Gelman in Montblanc Cufflinks
If you’re feeling like a “Fleabag,” put on a houndstooth tux like Gelman. You’ll feel better in no time.
Chris Evans in Isaia
The “Knives Out” star showed us all how to wear burgundy corduroy — made to measure with a matching satin one button peak lapel.
Christopher Abbott in Dolce & Gabbana
“Catch-22” Best Actor nominee Abbott rocked a few trends here — corduroy, three piece and chunky soled shoes. Clearly this decision wasn’t a catch-22.
Damn Daniel. “Knives Out” Best Actor nominee Craig has basically made wearing a tuxedo a sport.
Desean Terry in Girard-Perregaux Watch and Wempe Bracelet
The stars of “The Morning Show” may be Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, but Terry made sure we knew he could stand which such company and look right at home.
Joaquin Phoenix in Stella McCartney
Only a “Joker” could pull off Garrett Leight shades and that facial scruff on the red carpet. Well played Phoenix. Well played.
Taylor Swift’s beau wore a navy tuxedo and matched his date after the show when she slipped into a navy gown to party.
We can’t tell you exactly why we love what O’Connor is wearing — oversized neckwear, gold broach, pleated trousers and an open jacket (typically a sin in our eyes) — but we do in fact, love it.
After sitting down with Kit Harington just before the final season of “Game of Thrones,” for which he was nominated for Best Actor, we have to say, we’re not surprised to see him looking so sharp.
Leonardo DiCaprio in David Yurman
If you need a reference photo to take into your tailor, take this one of “Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood” Best Actor nominee DiCaprio. This is how a suit should fit — period.
Another double breasted jacket and blousey trousers. The days of the skinny suit are clearly numbered, if Bomer has anything to say about it.
Michael Zegen in The Tie Bar
Mr. “Mazel” looked marvelous in this classic navy shawl collar jacket and black tuxedo trouser combo.
Sacha Baron Cohen in Dolce & Gabbana and Christian Louboutin Shoes
“Spy” may have been a serious role for the Best Actor nom, but he wasn’t about to be too serious on the red carpet in this head-to-toe blue get up. It’s Cohen, so it works.
Sam Rockwell in Christian Louboutin Shoes
“Fosse/Verdon” star Rockwell wore a stacked Louboutin heel with his perfectly tailored eggplant tuxedo.
Taika Waititi in Ermenegildo Zegna XXX, Tod’s and David Yurman
Normally we don’t endorse a white jacket and black shirt — we much prefer the reverse or all one color — but “Jojo Rabbit” actor Waititi made it work so now we’re questioning all of our sartorial life decisions.
You might not recognize Egerton out of his Elton John attire from “Rocketman,” for which he won’t the Golden Globe for Best Actor, but we expect to see a *lot* more of him after this red carpet appearance.
Cecil B. DeMille Award winner Hanks is nothing short of a class act.
Tony Shalhoub in The Tie Bar
Another beard and bow tie winning combo, “Marvelous Mrs. Mazel” star Shalhoub may not have been nominated on his own, but we nominate his jacket for one of the best velvet showings of the night.
“Life’s too short to take this sh*t too seriously,” is what we would imagine went through “Dolemite Is My Name” star Snipes mind when he was getting ready for the Globes this year. You know what? We’re here for it.
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