As days went by, in the history of the Oscar’s awards we have been able to observe men in elegant suits, transgressors and even classic suits. On the red carpet there have been actors whose looks have been worthy of admiration, from tuxedos to a complete white look.
The most famous red carpet around the world has been witness since 1929 of the most impressive and elegant looks of the entire world of show. Men are not the exception when they want to place themselves in the rankings of the best dresses.
Many actors have dazzled us with their classic tuxedos like Paul Newman’s and many of the updates to the black tie that has been worn by Jared Leto. Also costumes like Sacha Baron Cohen’s have been and will be remembered for capturing all the attention and flashes of magical movie nights at these awards.
The 7 best costumes that got everyone’s attention at the Oscar’s awards
Today, to wear some of the best costumes and be remembered during the history of the Oscar’s awards, it takes much more than wearing a typical black and white suit. Many people are looking to dazzle with velvet or 3 piece clothes.
In the case of newcomers to the red carpet, they don’t respect any rules when they choose their clothes, for example, Timothée Chalamet who leads the list of all of them. He has decided to have a good time, surprise and create a hype style with 2019 trends.
These 7 styles that we will see below, have not been able to reach the modernity of the pesente without having had a legacy in the past. Each look is unique and in this list we will review them little by little.
Timothée Chalamet (2018)
Something that Timothée Chalamet has shown us is that whoever says that men’s fashion is boring, they must see all the looks that he has used in the last red carpets. The actor has done the test and his wardrobe isn’t monotonous.
Time after time, he has surpassed himself at each presentation, festival or premiere thanks to designers like Alexander McQueen, Haider Ackermann or Dior, among his favorites.
It couldn’t be another, it had to be this actor who gave the big surprise on the red carpet at the Oscar’s awards 2018 with a white Berluti tuxedo with shiny black ankle boots. Total white is one of the great trends of 2018 and we have seen it in the Billionaire, Berluti, Lamaire or Officine Generale shows.
At his 22 years old, he has achieved an Oscar nomination for Call Me By Your Name and also becomes the most elegant and original man of the night with his white tuxedo.
Michael B Jordan (2014)
Parading down the red carpet at the Oscar’s awards at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, it was observed that Michael B. Jordan is a man who can combine the elegance that a great event requires with the dynamism of a specific style.
A style paired with a Givenchy suit and shoes by Riccardo Tisci helped him place himself on the list of the best dressed men during these ceremonies.
The black suit, with a satin lapel that makes a little contrast, was a perfect outfit that went out of the ordinary.
A great detail was the stars on the collar of the shirt, which were the only jewelry accessory that Michael wore for the night, in addition a watch with a flat dial. The wonders of modern men build fantastic looks.
Mark Ruffalo (2016)
Mark Ruffalo is still betting on classic clothes. For the 2016 gala, the interpreter, who arrived accompanied by his wife, Sunrise Coigney, chose a blue tuxedo with a black lapel and a white shirt. Making it clear that he is a faithful follower of suits in black or blue tones. The three time Oscar nominated actor plays Michael Rezendes, one of the reporters for “The Boston Globe” who uncovered a decades-long scandal by priests from Massachusetts.
This film was chosen as the best and won the Oscar award.
Ansel Elgort (2018)
During the movie “Baby Diver” we can see that he is not a very talkative guy, but when he puts on his helmets and grabs the steering wheel there is no one who could stop him. He is the best driver to execute a robbery and he is also the best to have a great time on the red carpet at the Oscar’s 2018.
Angel Elgort has managed to stand out with the film Baby Driver and wanted to be one of the funniest on the red carpet at the Oscar’s 2018 with a whole array of poses, jumps and faces that caught everyone’s attention.
For these awards he was the king of the tuxedo, he wore a dark green velvet color that he wore perfectly and allowed him to show an image according to the event.
Jack Nicholson (1976)
Renowned for play a wide variety of characters, as a lead or supporting actor from comedians or romantics to psychopaths, deranged or villains.
The actor is one of the few men in Hollywood who can truly say that he has dressed well all his life, he is a man who stays away from trends, who creates his own rules and his own style, which is what led him to create an iconic and timeless look that, despite the fact that years have passed since his youthful days, he doesn’t look dated.
For the 1976 Oscar’s awards, he wore a black tuxedo with a white shirt, accompanied by sunglasses during the night of the awards that showed boldness and triumph on his part.
Paul Newman (1962)
The cinema of the 60s and 70s was defined by some key men, Paul Newman was one of them and his influence went far beyond the big screen. It was in 1958 that Paul Newman got his first Oscar nomination for his role in the film Cat in the Hot Tin Roof, a moment that helped to grow his career.
He is remembered not only as a great actor, but also as a fashion icon who has been imitated countless times and continues to be mentioned when speaking of good taste.
Newman taught us the power of a good suit, of a perfect hairstyle, of having a personal stamp, like a watch, and of thinking in others before ourself.
For the Oscar’s awards of 1962, it was said that the king of the night is the one who walks with so much style and personality that what he was wearing goes to the background because the attitude is the most important thing.
Sammy Davis Jr (1968)
He was an American singer, multi instrumentalist musician, dancer, actor, and comedian. It was part of the “Rat Pack” that among its members included Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop.
In 1968, for the Oscar’s awards he used a black maho collar jacket. Under that garment a white shirt with straight cuffs and two buttons. The type of jacket he used put a surprising twist on the fashion of the time.