Trendspotting: Menswear Looks at the Golden Globes 2015
Posted on 14 January 2015
It's no secret that celebrities are arbiters of cool and that the red carpet is where the pulse of fashion can be felt. At the 72nd Golden Globes in early January, 2015's first awards night, we got up close and personal with the current zeitgeist of menswear. We're rounding up a few of our favorites for you to emulate.
Eddie Redmayne wins a Golden Globe for The Theory Of Everything, and some major props for utilizing texture to add a unique twist to the traditional black suit. Cut slim for a more modern fit, this Gucci number is intriguing yet classic.
Benedict Cumberbatch proves that you can't go wrong with the classics, seen here with large peak lapels and a bow tie.
Alan Cumming's beige suit and funky shoes attire weren't everyone's favorite, but you have to love a guy who has enough panache and sense of humor to pull off such a bold statement on the red carpet.
Another big winner of the night, The Normal Heart's Matt Bomer, opts for some color with a navy blue Ralph Lauren look.
Crisp in white, Jared Leto adds a hint of color to his monochromatic look with a red boutonnière. Perhaps he bought his boutonniere from Ceravelo? Also, props for the major beard action going on - the internet is going crazy for lumbersexuality as a new men's grooming trend.
Kevin Hart goes with some sportswear inspiration via contrasting white piping for his suit. Luxe athleticism is still a huge trend in fashion, and it looks like it's here to stay.
For the women, Lorde's menswear-inspired Narciso Rodriguez number is absolutely stunning. It is slick, sexy, smart, and very now.