There has been no shortage of memorable menswear moments on awards show red carpets this season, from the varied sartorial stylings of Jared "Man Bun"
Jared Leto has been more rocker than actor in the last few years, so it shouldn't be surprising that his red carpet looks have a rocker vibe. What is surprising is how well he carries it off. The Golden Globes was a classic black tuxedo rakishly accessorized with a dandy black silk scarf, hair pulled back in an untidy man bun. At the
Smokey Bear and Arby's logo jokes aside, the swagger of Pharrell Williams'
Another card-carrying member of the green tux tribe, Matthew McConaughey wore a green velvet, three-piece, one-button, peak lapel tuxedo by Dolce & Gabbana to the Golden Globes. But rather than rest on his sartorial laurels, he continued to up his game (most noticeably in the jacket department) at successive red carpet appearances. At the Critics' Choice Film Awards, it was a silver silk textured houndstooth tuxedo with black satin peak lapels by
For proof that man doesn't need to jettison self-expression when he dons a tuxedo, one need look no further than Ben Haggerty (the Macklemore of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis), who hit the Grammy Awards red carpet clad in a custom dark emerald green velvet tuxedo with a satin shawl collar jacket and cloth-covered buttons by Logan Neitzel Custom. Neitzel, a
When he hit the Golden Globes red carpet, there wasn't any one big thing but every little thing that Bradley Cooper got just right, from the fit of the jacket to the perfect amount of shirt-sleeve showing at the cuff. It didn't hurt he wore a black, peak-lapel Tom Ford tuxedo. Cooper not only made the penguin suit his own, but also set the style bar for the awards season. And while the fashion sideshow won't truly be over until the last patent leather tux shoe has trod the