When it came to head-turning, eye-catching wardrobe choices, the men certainly held their own on the red carpet at the 57th annual
Pharrell Williams, who reprised his tuxedo-with-shorts look (“Short suits are my thing,” he told
John Waters brought his fashion-forward A-game by choosing a cool-looking Op art suit by Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck. While we usually wouldn't recommend wearing a suit with lines thicker than your mustache, on Waters it works.
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Malik Yusef turned out in a super-casual all-white ensemble that included a white pullover hoodie and a baseball cap sporting several shearling-covered panels.
Chris Brown appeared to be pulling a full Rodman, hitting the red carpet in something that seemed to be an unbuttoned tuxedo shirt with a trompe l’oeil untied black bow tie design (hey, we’re giving him the benefit of the doubt here) accessorized with a maroon hat-and-pocket-square combination that had social media comparing the end result to
And the guys from the Grammy-nominated band Mastodon stuck a collective finger in the eye of armchair fashion critics everywhere with Brann Dailor choosing a jaunty suit with an all-over balloon print and bird-flipping bandmate Brent Hinds wearing a gray-and-blue Los Angeles Dodgers uniform — complete with hat.
But, the way we see it, Hinds' middle finger to the night’s fashion might have backfired on him, since blue was one of the night’s on-trend color choices for the guys, including Tom Jones (in a bright blue three-piece ensemble) and LL Cool J (hosting in a Giorgio