2022 GQ Men of the Year Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on November 17, 2022

It’s the GQ Men of the Year party! When the men all try to get their swag on and the ladies try to dress hot! Sort of like a freshman mixer! Let’s see how your fave and not-so-fave celebs did.



Alexandra Daddario in Givenchy

It’s a classic Hot Girl Frock and by definition, you can’t get it wrong. We hate the square-soled sandals.




Andrew Garfield in Ralph Lauren

The interesting thing about Andrew Garfield is that he has reached scorching levels of hotness and his looks haven’t changed a bit. Something about confidence and style making the difference, we think. This suit is gorgeous.




Daisy Edgar-Jones in Gucci

We burst out laughing at this. Girl, your dress is ridiculous.




Emma D’Arcy in Alexander McQueen

Pure cool. No notes.




Jack Harlow

It’s not like him to look this sloppy on the red carpet. We can tell it’s a fine suit, but the fit is way off.




John Boyega in Boss

We can’t wait for the elephant pants trend to end. This could be a gorgeous look on him if it fit him better.




Milly Alcock

It all feels randomly thrown together. Those shoes couldn’t be more wrong for the outfit.




Phoebe Dynevor in Victoria Beckham

We really like the idea of a crop top and skirt with scalloped edges, but the proportions seem a little off here. That top could be a bit longer and the whole bottom third of the skirt looks strange with the rest of it.



Salma Hayek in Vivienne Westwood

It’s boobtacular, but not a bad design for her. The bow looks a little silly, dangling out in front of her like that. Given her shape and proportions, there’s no way for that to lie flat.



Sheila Atim

We can’t help thinking how much more elegant it would look without the cutouts. They make the skirt hang weirdly. She could use a cuff or bangle.





Can’t argue with any of that.



Sydney Sweeney in LaQuan Smith

We suppose she’s really leaning into Barbarella fashion since she was signed for the remake, but this just looks silly and uncomfortable to us. The breastplate sits crooked on her and the dress design is awkward. It doesn’t really utilize the breastplate to its best effect.


Will Poulter

It’s boring but well executed. He’d do really well with updated New Wave or New Romantic looks.



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