And now, even MORE somewhat noncommital, anodyne commentary about the distressingly limited fashion choices of good-looking men in formalwear, darlings!
But hey, at least they’re hot, right?
Ansel Elgort in Prada
We have to, as fellow queens, begrudgingly applaud this queen’s whole makeover. He’s looking pretty damn fine here.
Common in Giorgio Armani
Well alright, then.
A well-deployed vest. It suits him.
Get your hands outta your pockets for pictures, sir.
Edgar Ramirez in Bottega Veneta
The cut on the jacket’s a bit odd and his tie looks like a moth.
Fin Wolfhard in Saint Laurent
He’s at that age where he wants to deliberately wear things messy. It’s fine. It’s cute, even. A little punk rebellion in YSL.
Freddie Highmore in Brunello Cucinelli
Is it us, or did his aging process entail him going from eight to about 35 or so in the space of the last five years? We get he’s riding a certain mainstream network TV hit sort of appeal but he sure could use a freshening up.
Gaten Matarazzo in Suitsupply
Rocking it. We honestly think no one should be vilified for wearing a color, but we especially think kids should be exempt from any judgments on the matter.
Justin Timberlake in Dior Homme
You’d have to work really hard to fuck up a Dior Homme tux.
What do you want from us? He looks good but we can’t with him.
Milo Ventimiglia in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture
Can’t complain about anything here. The boutonniere is a nice touch without looking too prom or groom.
Neil Patrick Harris in Tom Ford
Respect. He’s rocking this.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Dolce&Gabbana
Why Kingslayer. Are you happy to see us or are you just playing with your balls?
Norman Reedus in Prada
The tux is great but we canNOT with that hair.
Sebastian Stan in Hugo Boss
While we think the hair and beard could both use a little grooming and product assistance, he’s still pretty sigh-worthy, isn’t he?
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]
T Lo support #TimesUp.
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