Gentlemen, start your engines. The men on the Golden Globes red carpet often made bolder choices than a lot of the women this year, with the major trends being color, extensive jewelry, messy hair and shiny fabrics. Hit it, dudes!
Barry Keoghan in Louis Vuitton
Great top half, puzzlingly awful bottom half.
Charles Melton in Giorgio Armani
This guy sure loves a blocky suit. Can’t say he looks bad, though. The grooming and bone structure do a lot to sell it.
Cillian Murphy in Saint Laurent
Personally, we don’t think you can get away with wearing a velvet suit sloppily. Once you commit to it, you need to take the look all the way. In other words, button that jacket and shirt and put on a tie, sir. In the interest of fairness, since we always point out when RDJ is wearing them, we have to note that his lifts are noticeable but not too bad.
Colman Domingo in Louis Vuitton
LOVE those mother-of-pearl buttons and brooches. Two totally Nana-esque style elements that look super hot and fabulous on him.
Jeffrey Wright in Dolce & Gabbana
Jeremy Allen White in Calvin Klein
He just comes off so thirsty all of the time. There’s nothing wrong with a dude in a sheer shirt, but he tends to deploy them a little too often for our tastes. The jacket is too big.
Joana Pak and Steven Yeun (in Dior Homme)
No issues here.
John Krasinski in Dolce & Gabbana
We appreciate the use of color, but ultimately, those two colors only belong together if you’re cosplaying as The Joker. Also: shave.
Justin Hartley in Nana Sartoria
Credit for choosing an interesting color — and it almost works — but ultimately, we think he needs a little more contrast.
Kieran Culkin and Jazz Charton
He looks great and we appreciate that he chose an unconventional shirt.
Lenny Kravitz in Alexander McQueen
Sure. Okay, Lenny.
Matt Bomer in Brioni
It’s very shiny and very sexy, but the only thing that saves it from looking completely sloppy is the wearer.
Pedro Pascal in Bottega Veneta
LOVE this. It may not have been quite as formal as the occasion called for, but then again, we think it’s okay to treat the Golden Globes as a less-than completely formal event.
Riko Shibata and Nicolas Cage
It’s Cage. He’s Caging. He is beyond reproach. Besides, we kinda love the jacket. The shirt’s awful, though.
Robert Downey Jr. (in Dior Homme) and Susan Downey
Well, at least he’s not wearing sneaker, although his avoidance of dress shoes is looking a little pathological at this point. The color is nice, but the textile is a little too shiny and we think the fit could be better.
Simu Liu in Givenchy
Sunrise Coigney and Mark Ruffalo (in Dior Homme)
Love the color, love the brooch. Could’ve used a better fit.
Tyler James Williams in Dolce & Gabbana
SPECTACULAR. Love every single bit of this, from the flower to the flare of the pants.
[Photo Credit: Abaca Press/INSTARimages, Jennifer Bloc/Future Image/Cover Images, Amy Sussman/Getty Images, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images]
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