Emmys 2022: The Men Who Served Style with a Twist

Posted on September 14, 2022

We gave Murray Bartlett the spotlight for serving traditional menswear impeccably, and we also gave Nicholas Braun, Andrew Garfield and Seth Rogen a shoutout (by pitting them against each other) as they worked the hottest menswear trend on the Emmys red carpet. The majority of male attendees came in fairly standard tuxedos and formal suiting, but the following gentlemen opted to go a showier, more interesting and/or more stylish route. Why be normal when you’ve got so many options available to you? We salute you, gentlemen. But we’re still going to judge you.


Bowen Yang in Etro

That jacket is breathtaking. We would be running off to the men’s room all night just to look at ourselves wearing that. We hate to have to point out that the sleeves are a tiny bit too short.




Chris Perfetti

Honestly, we’re not entirely in love with the bow ribbons, but we are completely in love with the shoe choice. Overall, it’s a look to which he couldn’t be more well suited.




Colman Domingo in Dolce & Gabbana

We love the idea of this but we have some issues with it. He is definitely a man who can work a sheer shirt on the red carpet, but the collar on this one is pretty terrible. We also think the jacket is in dire need of lapels.



Himesh Patel in Ozwald Boateng

Just gorgeous. Love the sense of layering and texture.




Jerrod Carmichael

We really hate to be prissy about this because it’s clearly such a flex, but he’s so far away from the way everyone else is dressed that he looks like he’s at the wrong party. That is the entire point of it, of course. It’s a gorgeous coat and we love the pendant, but the rest of it doesn’t strike us as interesting.




Lee Jung-jae in Gucci

It just looks like the studs you see in an old upholstered chair. If Gucci was going for more of a BDSM vibe, we think they missed it by a mile.




Nicholas Hoult in Dior Homme

So pretty. We really love the unexpected flare of the pants and how much style they give the look.



Paul W. Downs

The flower’s a nice touch for an otherwise kind of underwhelming outfit.




Toheeb Jimoh in Dior Homme

This is gorgeous.




Tyler James Williams in Thrash

We love the pants, but we’re not as in love with the jacket because it gives the whole look an usher’s uniform feel to it.




Will Poulter in Dior Homme

No flare on this man’s pants. It’s nice to see the various options available to men in terms of style and silhouette right now. This looks spectacular on him.





[Photo Credit: Evans Vestal Ward/NBC, Momodu Mansaray/Getty Images, Frazer Harrison/Gety Images, Trae Patton/NBC, Mark Von Holden/NBC]

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