From classic bespoke suits to a show-stopping feathered suit number, we gather only the best dressed men at the Golden Globes 2020.
With a new decade on the horizon, we’re also having a fresh view of dashing men taking men’s style up not just a few notches, but by a whole game. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to dust off the standard suiting staples, Hollywood’s best, boldest, and brightest took command of the red carpet in a showcase of their striking interpretations of the night’s dress code. From precise tailoring, adding standout embellishments, and even mesmerizing hints of beauty looks, Hollywood’s finest men sure knew how to dress up their dapper suits this time around.
Here are the best dressed men at the 77th Golden Globes.
All hail the prince! Effortlessly radiating like a dashing young royal, Ansel Elgort was a striking standout on the red carpet wearing a deep blue velvet Tom Ford jacket, complemented with a Tiffany & Co. diamond brooch. And if you’ll look at him very closely, you’ll notice a he added a shimmer mermaid tears and painted nails for his beauty look. Age-old masculine archetypes? He obviously doesn’t know him.
A storied stalwart of the Hollywood red carpet, Wesley Snipes argued that the Victorian ruffled shirt should make a proper comeback, and boy did he show us. The star wore a burgundy Bogard suit with wide velvet lapels, which he marvelously paired with a light pink shirt punctuated by a ruffled bib.
Giving us a contemporary take on the usual red carpet suits, director Barry Jenkins donned an unmistakable Thom Browne checked gray suit, which he finished off with a traditional bow. What made him truly stand out was the triple stripes accent on his trousers and jacket on one side, a signature staple of the irreverent menswear brand.
Let’s admit it: we love the classics. Now, while some would say keeping things classic is boring, you still can’t deny the fact that is indeed effortless to standout wearing one. But in Daniel Craig’s case, he’s often—if not always—at the epicenter of the fashion attention, more so at the 77th Golden Globes where he wore a classic bespoke black double-breasted tuxedo.
Consistently proving that there’s no need to conform to the gender norms, Billy Porter arrived in a grand showing of style in a pristine white creation by Alex Vinash that was accented by a long feathered train. To complete his incandescent and immaculate interpretation of modern menswear, the Pose star toted a mini black bag.
While the majority of the men opted for black suits, Andrew Scott chose the opposite end of the color spectrum. The Fleabag star cut a handsome figure on the red carpet of the Globes in a white tuxedo suit and finished off with a big champagne-colored bow and patent black leather lace-ups.
What do you do when you see the captain? You salute. And that’s exactly what we did as he most definitely hit all the right style notes befit of his A-list status. Donning a ravishing suede maroon suit by Isaia with wide satin lapels, Chris Evans is without a doubt a force to be reckoned with in and out of that famed Marvel armor.