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Fashion The Oscars 2019: Which Men Stood Out On The Red Carpet?

The Oscars 2019: Which Men Stood Out On The Red Carpet?

The Oscars 2019: Which Men Stood Out On The Red Carpet?
By Daphne Chen-Cordeiro
By Daphne Chen-Cordeiro
February 25, 2019
Who arrived in a gown? Who brought a scrunchie? And who kept to the classics? Here's what the men wore to the 91st Academy Awards

Billy Porter in Christian Siriano

Pose star Billy Porter pushed gender boundaries and dress code norms in his custom creation by Christian Siriano: a tuxedo jacket and bow tie on top of a strapless velvet gown.

Jason Momoa in Fendi

Aquaman star Jason Momoa didn’t just turn up in a pink velvet suit. Look closer: he brought a matching scrunchie for his tresses—and the Internet is obsessed with it.

(Related: Pink Gowns Ruled The Red Carpet At The Oscars 2019)

Stephan James in Etro

Is this a great National Day look reference? We think so. Stephan James looked absolutely dapper in his three-piece velvet tux perfectly accessorised with those sharp Giuseppe Zanotti white boots.

Rami Malek in Saint Laurent

There’s something about a crooked bow tie that feels so rock star—and of course Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek (and winner for Best Actor in a leading role) exemplifies the look with perfection.

Bradley Cooper in Tom Ford

Bradley Cooper (who directed and starred in A Star Is Born) walked the red carpet with two beautiful women: his mom Gloria Campano and his long-time girlfriend Irina Shayk.

Henry Golding in Ralph Lauren

We are so proud of Henry Golding, who looks every inch a movie star in a custom Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo.

(Related: What The Rest Of The Crazy Rich Asians Cast Wore)

Chadwick Boseman in Givenchy

Chadwick Boseman is proof that you don’t need to wear a tux to look spot-on for the Oscars. 

Adam Lambert in Tom Ford and Alexander McQueen

"It's surreal. I lived in Los Angeles for 17 years and to open the Oscars, I never would have dreamed this is possible," said Adam Lambert, who fired the show up together with Queen. Here he rocks a giant orchid, an ear cuff and oversized shirt cuffs.

Mark Ronson in Kyosuke Kunimoto

Did Mark Ronson wake like this? His bespoke tuxedo (which recalls pyjama piping) is made by cult Japanese tailor Kyosuke Kunimoto. 

(Related: #Tatlergram: The Best Gems & Jewels At The Oscars 2019)

Chris Evans in Salvatore Ferragamo

Chris Evans doesn’t just look like the perfect gentleman—he is the perfect gentleman. 

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