Kittens, most formal red carpets don’t offer much to talk about when it comes to discussing the men and their style choices. But the Tonys is an ESPECIALLY GAY red carpet, which in turn forces even the NON-GAY men to step up their game a little. Because THE GAYS make everything better, naturally.
Brandon Victor Dixon
Unfortunately, the fit’s not quite there and the shoes really don’t go with it.
Bruce Springsteen (and Patti Scialfa)
Some men will never pose solo on a red carpet, so thanks for propping him up, Patti. You look nice. He looks nice too, being one of the few men who’ve earned the J0hnny Cash look.
Jim Parsons in Paul Smith (and Todd Spiewak)
They both look great and Jim did a fine job of playing down that cast.
This shouldn’t work, but he’s well-suited to it. The fit is just a little off in the jacket, though.
Matt Bomer in Paul Smith with his son Kit Halls
Adorableness all around.
We have no problem with the sockless look, but it’s not appropriate with formalwear.
Michael Arden (in Brooks Brothers) and Andy Mientus
Cute, but we’re going to have to be the stuffy ones here who think Andy’s approach looks too literal; like something Jane Fonda or Helen Mirren might actually wear to the Tonys. Obviously, there’s no right or wrong way to do genderfuck, but we find ourselves wishing he’d opted for more kickass boots or something.
Brown shoes with a black tux? Seriously?
Tituss Burgess (and Pablo Salinas)
Cute, but Titus always has fit issues and it’s not different here. The pants are too long and the jacket’s too short.
Zachary Quinto in Paul Smith (and Miles McMillan)
This all appears to be in gay order.
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