Golden Globes 2020: The Best-dressed Men At Hollywood's Funnest Awards Show

06 January 2020
Culture, Awards, 2020, Golden Globes, Best Dressed, Menswear, Tom Hanks, Rami Malek, Joaquin Phoenix, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ramy Youssef, Brad Pitt
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Every year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association gathers the best, brightest, coolest, best-dressed, and—eventually—tipsiest stars in town to properly kick off awards season at the Golden Globe Awards

It's a fizzy, funny night—and the fashion-minded attendees act accordingly on the red carpet, shaking the rust off and trying some new things.

Here are the best-dressed men at the 77th Golden Globes.

Andrew Scott in Christian Louboutin shoes and Montblanc cufflinks

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Fleabag's hot priest looks mighty good in non-cassock clothing, too.

Wesley Snipes

Image: Steve Granitz

A hearty shout-out to Wesley Snipes, who is having exactly as much fun as you should have at one of these things.

Brad Pitt

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What else do we need to say?

Noah Baumbach

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The velvet's a great touch, but Baumbach's inch-perfect fit really brings this one home.

Ben Platt

Image: Steve Granitz

One of Hollywood's more adventurous dressers knows that sometimes, you don't need to mess with the classics.

Barry Jenkins

Image: Steve Granitz

No, Barry—you're the best.

Daniel Craig

Image: Jon Kopaloff

It's almost like this guy wears a tux professionally...

The Brosnan Family

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The Brosnan boys—Dylan and Paris—are serving as this year's Golden Globe Ambassadors. With good reason: this might be the sharpest-dressing family in showbiz.

Brett Gelman in Montblanc cufflinks

Image: Steve Granitz

Formal houndstooth!

Taika Waititi in Ermenegildo Zegna XXX and Tod's shoes

Image: Jon Kopaloff

A little Old Hollywood glamor from a true don of New Hollywood.

Joe Alwyn

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The navy tux is no longer a swerve—it's just a really, really good way to do black-tie.

Elton John and David Furnish

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Golden Globes glasses.

Billy Porter

Image: Steve Granitz

Billy Porter, as ever, making an entrance.

Roman Griffin Davis

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Go off, young fella!

Sacha Baron Cohen in Dolce & Gabbana and Christian Louboutin shoes

Image: Steve Granitz

Pantone's 2021 color of the year.

Ramy Youssef in Montblanc cufflinks

Image: Jon Kopaloff

Sneakers with a tux is black-diamond difficult—and Ramy nails it.

Pedro Almodóvar

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All-black and a turtleneck: good in 1970, 1990, or 2020.

Josh O'Connor

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This is what commitment to neckwear looks like.

Eddie Murphy with Paige Butcher

Image: Jon Kopaloff

Hand gestures can be stylish, too.

Ansel Elgort

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We are not unhappy to see a ton of velvet so far tonight.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Image: Steve Granitz

Another year, another set of Leo looking great in tuxes.

Tony Shalhoub

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Approaching icon status.

Joe Manganiello in Dolce & Gabbana

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Bedazzled pocket flaps are new to us, but why not?

Michael Zegen

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Once again: find a good tailor, and never let them go.

Sam Rockwell in Christian Louboutin shoes

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Is this…eggplant? Rockwell never disappoints.

Christopher Abbott in Dolce & Gabbana

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Navy + corduroy + three-piece feels like a lot of math for a tux, but this one adds up.

Joaquin Phoenix

Image: Kevork Djansezian/NBC

Joaquin dressed for him, not for you.

Adam Scott in Berluti

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Green! That's new!

Rami Malek in Saint Laurent

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An awards-show suit with a decent helping of eff-you.

Tom Hanks

Image: Jon Kopaloff

Here's to Hanx, who keeps getting it right.


Via GQ