Tony Awards 2022: The Gentlemen

Posted on June 13, 2022

Let’s check out – and harshly judge – some of the men on the Tony Awards red carpet, darlings! The looks ranged from highly conventional to slightly unusual and the textile choices were all over the map.



Andrew Garfield in Tom Ford

Absolutely love everything from the waist up. We’re sure those pants are just fine, but under the lighting conditions, the competing blacks bug a little.




Billy Porter in Dolce & Gabbana

Could’ve done without the split hems and the fishing lures on the shoes, but that jacket really is spectacular and his hair is perfectly styled for it.




Bowen Yang

We’re surprised to see so many attendees wearing velvet in New York in June. Still, we really like the ombre effect this is giving and we love the brooch.




Colman Domingo in Burberry

Love the unusual color and roomy cut, although we think he should’ve buttoned the jacket for pictures. We’re not sure white was the way to go for the footwear choice.




Darren Criss in Givenchy

Low key, but impeccable.




Hugh Jackman

Conventional but impeccable.




Jeremy Pope in Louis Vuitton

Gorgeously chic, but this is not the suit to be paired with kicks.




Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Love this take on a summer tux although it could’ve been fitted slightly better.




Jesse Williams in Thom Browne

It’s fine, he’s fine, but a tuxedo is formal and we shouldn’t be looking at your suspenders right now. Get your hand out of your pocket and button up, sir.




Jonathan Groff in Lanvin

Love the unusual take on the jacket and the completely unexpected shirt choice. He needed MUCH better shoes than those.




Zach Braff in Paul Smith

We don’t know… he kinda looks like he works at the Grand Budapest Hotel or something. It has too much of an usher or bellboy vibe to it. Interesting color, but we’d have liked it more if it fit better and wasn’t in velvet.






[Photo Credit: John Nacion/, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions]

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