The fashionable men of entertainment simply don’t get enough love on my blog, and I am determined to change that! Being the equal opportunist that I am, I’ve noticed a strong men’s trend of navy blue (especially during awards season). While the trends of men could -and hopefully will- span many bogs, this post is focused entirely on suited-up celebs riding the royal blue train.
Daniel Day Lewis looked dapper in his blue Domenico Vacca suit at the 2013 Oscars.
At the recent Grammy Awards, Frank Ocean (who makes me swoon!) snubbed typical tux garb, and instead rocked a navy leisure suit. Despite his bandaged fingers, Frank still wins my heart – and a spot on my best dressed list.
Hey guy, you are smoldering. Ryan Gosling keeps it fresh in a Salvatore Ferragamo tux and bowtie while in Cannes.
Critically-acclaimed actor Christoph Waltz stayed on hue with a deep blue Prada tux at the Academy Awards last month.
John Mayer channeled something…disco (?) at the recent Grammys. With lady love Katy Perry by his side, John gave his best in this velvet, purplish Brioni tux.
Granted this look is for an editorial spread, but Drake is looking damn fine in the past April issue of GQ. At full attention for his Navy, I’m loving Drake’s mod style.
Breakout band Fun rocked the Grammys, fully decked out in Dior (“everything but the shoes!” they proclaimed on the red carpet). Nate Ruess killed it in a patterned shirt and skinny tie paired with a navy suit. Jack Antonoff donned a charcoal two piece, and Andrew Dost wore a camel-colored jacket paired with an on-trend blue collared shirt.
Ben Affleck looked dashing as always, wearing Gucci to his London premiere of Argo.
Jamie Foxx was bold in this Ozwald Boateng number, complete with a teal shirt, at the UK premiere of Django Unchained. I give J-Foxx props for this one; his strong approach was appreciated!