The ladies sure brought it to the 94th annual Academy Awards on Sunday night—but the industry’s leading men also made some serious sartorial statements that shouldn’t be overlooked. The stylish guys were in expertly tailored suits, high-end timepieces, well-polished dress shoes, and all things non-sweats. Here are some outfit inspiration for men that are totally steal- worthy!
He wore a pale-blue Bottega Veneta suit with a Cartier necklace under the shirt collar. He also wore a bold pair of blue chunky woven shoes and a custom Cartier watch with diamonds that formed a leopard’s face.
David Oyelowo showed out in a neon-yellow-green suit with a rugged floral print throughout. Wearing the African brand Kutula, the actor looked dapper. Oyelowo also paired his ornate suit with kitschy velvet loafers with bees embroidered on them.
He wore tapered wool trousers, Chelsea boots, and a tuxedo jacket covered in sequins and lace, all by Louis Vuitton. But the buck didn’t stop there; visibly missing was a shirt. He completed his look with nine jewelry pieces by Cartier, including a panther necklace. Shirtless suits were bound to appear at the Oscars, and it’s not a shocker that Chalamet was the first to do so.
He matched the actual red carpet in a red wool custom Versace suit, which he paired with a sleek bow tie, loafers and an Omega timepiece. He had a harness under his jacket with the fashion house’s Medusa button on it.
Canadian stylist Brad Goreski wore a dashing brown zebra-print suit jacket with dark-brown lapels by Tom Ford. Paired with a black bow tie and slacks, he also wore Louboutin dress shoes.
He was wearing a custom burgundy Bogard by MikeB suit. Snipes was business on top and party on the bottom with a loincloth over a pair of Bermuda shorts over leggings.
– Adrita Majumder