2022 Governors Awards Red Carpet Rundown: The Gentlemen

Posted on November 22, 2022

Let’s look at some lovely gentlemen in formalwear, shall we? Commentary will tend to be a little light this time because let’s face it, there’s just not a lot to say about a classic tux, which is what most of these guys wore to the Governors Awards. Having said that, there were a few standouts.

 

 

Aldis Hodge in Waraire

This is a really great look, but we think the coat doesn’t look quite as fine as it should for formalwear.

 

 

 

Austin Butler in Saint Laurent

He’s built for these kinds of sexy/sleazy takes. We’d have like a little more tailoring in the jacket and a little more starch in the shirt.

 

 

 

Billy Eichner

No complaints.

 

 

 

Danny Ramirez in Dolce & Gabbana

LOVE this. the touches of satin make the look.

 

 

Eddie Redmayne

It’s interesting, but we hate the red cuffs, which look like the admittance bracelets you get for a club or amusement park. The brooch is nice.

 

 

Gabriel LaBelle

Perfection. He looks very pleased with himself, as well he should. We couldn’t figure out why his eyes looked so odd in the trailer for The Fabelmans, but it turns out he was wearing Spielberg-colored contacts.

 

 

Glen Powell in Brioni

Cute, but he needs a haircut.

 

 

 

Jeremy Strong

It’s fine.

 

 

 

Joe Alwyn

We like the double-breasted jacket. He has gorgeous hair.

 

 

 

Jonathan Majors

Someone please help this man find clothes that fit him and proportions that work for him.

 

 

 

Jude Law in Brioni

Flawless.

 

 

Ke Huy Quan

Also flawless.

 

 

Lewis Pullman

 LOVE the velvet.

 

Luke Macfarlane in Giorgio Armani

Good.

 

 

 

Paul Dano 

Sure.

 

 

 

Paul Mescal

Too big on him.

 

 

Taron Egerton

Interesting color choice, but we’re not convinced black pants and a black tie really work with it.

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Blaine Ohigashi/©A.M.P.A.S., Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images]

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