Alright, kittens. Let’s do this. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover because when you throw an end-of-the-year celebrity party in LA just weeks after an industry-crushing strike ended, a whole lot of A-listers are going to hit that red carpet. We gave Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey the spotlight treatment for being adorable, but it’s time to line up the more notable or interesting attendees at the GQ Men of the Year party and tell them exactly what we think of their choices. Ready? Quick n’ dirty style! Let’s go!
Andrew Garfield in Valentino
He looks like the kind of priest who’s down with the kids on the street.
Barry Keoghan in Ferragamo
The shirt is interesting and the boots are great, but it all photographs poorly.
Chloe Bailey in Di Petsa
We bet she squeaks when she walks.
Colman Domingo in BOSS
Gorgeous. That’s the first pair of white men’s boots we’ve approved of in some time (and we’ve seen a few lately).
Diplo in Armani
Dua Lipa in Gucci
Also dull! She’s really toned things down lately and it’s leaving us disappointed.
Dwyane Wade in Givenchy
We approve of gorgeous men wearing fluffy pink things, but the whole bottom half here is disappointing.
Evan Mock in Saint Laurent
We don’t know… we feel like a lot of these guys are shooting for chicly understated – and we support them in that – but the looks more often than not look boring.
Henry Golding in Brunello Cucinelli
We like the suit, hate the turtleneck, and don’t think the shoes go with it.
Jacob Elordi in Bottega Veneta
This is great, but the pants are a little long on him and his hair needs a little taming. This kind of look calls for specific grooming.
James Marsden in Berluti
That suit’s a great color. That shirt should’ve been a contrasting one.
John Legend in Gucci
Love all of this. We’d probably still like a contrasting shirt, though.
Jon Hamm (in Brunello Cucinelli) and Anna Osceola (in Saint Laurent)
He looks hot, she looks great, their style choices are kind of bland.
Kim Kardashian in Bottega Veneta
She’s having a very brown moment, it would seem. Strangely, we think the hair and the outfit (which is nice) actually clash a little.
LaKeith Stanfield in Ralph Lauren
This is a really cute look, weird straps aside, but it feels too casual for this event.
Lorde in Acne Studios
Yuck. We hate all of this, but the matching sheer hose may be the worst part. No, wait. It’s the color. Scratch that, it’s the horrible design. Come to think of it, it really is the awful hosiery.
Machine Gun Kelly in KWK
The world’s dorkiest contract killer. He looks like someone got him to escape the Matrix by bullying him.
Megan Thee Stallion in Bottega Veneta
It’s hot, and the color looks fantastic on her. Her hair and makeup are gorgeous. We just don’t love the design of the bust.
Nicholas Galitzine in Fendi
It’s fine. Photographs badly.
Olivia Rodrigo in Tom Ford
It’s a really cute dress. The styling isn’t quite up to it.
Rachel Sennott in Balenciaga
Why did everyone dress in such unphotogenic clothing? Are all the stylists rusty at the moment?
Seth Rogen (in Dior Homme) and Lauren Miller
He’s fine. Whatever. Nice shoes, boring suit. Her dress is borderline silly, but at least it has more personality than 90 percent of the outfits here.
Simu Liu in Dunhill
Oh, look. A black suit and a white shirt. The cast is the most interesting part of the outfit.
Taylor Zakhar Perez in Balenciaga
[Photo Credit: Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for GQ]
Julianne Moore, Natalie Portman and Charles Melton at the MAY DECEMBER Los Angeles Premiere Next Post:
Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Inspired by VANITY FAIR’s July 1997 Cover
Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!