SAG Awards 2020: The Gentlemen

Posted on January 22, 2020

Gentlemen, start our engines…



Alfie Allen in Ermenegildo Zegna

As per our uzh, we’re really only interested in the outside-the-box menswear; the prints and colors that took the boring old tux somewhere fun or fresh. Of the lot, we may have to consider poor Alfie’s the least fresh. The pendant is a bold choice and we won’t fault him for it, but the black shirt and too-small, oddly cut double-breasted upholstery fabric are not doing it.



Andrew Scott in Azzaro

1978 groomsmen. It’s another bold choice, but we hate the colors.



Caleb McLaughlin in Berluti

It’s a standard brightly colored tux until you get to the Star Trekian bottom, which we love.



Dacre Montgomery in Dolce&Gabbana

We actually prefer white pants with a white dinner jacket. Black ones are always going to read either “groom” or “valet” to us. His pants are a bit too snug, and he should be wearing loafers and an undershirt. We have spoken.




Finn Wolfhard in Gucci

Like his co-star’s, we sometimes find his promotional style to be a weensy bit precocious and sophisticated, but this is a gorgeous look.



Gaten Matarazzo in Strong Suit

He looks great, but we’d have loved a lighter shirt for him.



Josh O’Connor in Loewe

We don’t love his slightly off sense of proportion in the same way we love Dan Levy’s, but we appreciate it and we do love his fondness for 19th century neckwear.



Noah Schnapp in Balmain

LOVE IT. Yes, even the weird outer cummerbund. Yes, even the kicks. This is how you dress in high style but still look like a teenager.



Pedro Pascal in Dunhill

Oof. No, Mandalorian. This is NOT the way.



Sterling K. Brown in 18th Amendment

Sharp-as-hell jacket, but the shoes look oddly like dress socks.




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