From velour jackets to double-breasted suits, these are the best dressed men of the 2018 Oscars.
Red carpets have been a place for celebrities to make a statement—and especially on one as important as the Oscars. Some stars opted to push the boundaries with colorful velour dinner jackets, while others kept it straightforward in tried-and-true tuxes. Here are the best looks this year.
Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves
McConaughey kept with a classic, and added some interest with a red velvet bowtie.
There’s something about an all-black foundation to an outfit that makes anything (like a green jacket) look cool. Something about Mahershala Ali, too.
Host of the night Jimmy Kimmel keeping it sharp with some satin-lined lapels.
Winston Duke, proving accessories can make all the difference.
Ansel Elgort and Violetta Komyshan
For a formal event, you can’t go wrong with dark green— an easy alternative to black or navy.
The red carpet-approved version of Hammer’s beloved Adidas tracksuit.
If you’re going to go all off-white, this is exactly how to do it. Those pants! Those shoes! That hair!
An all-black look keeps any risks grounded. Chadwick Boseman played with silver detailing on his long-hem jacket and boots.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon
Kumail kept it easy in fitted black, and topped it off with understated loafers.
Common is an old reliable when it comes to well-done classics on the red carpet.
Daniel Kaluuya perfected the red carpet style risk with a perfectly tailored dinner jacket in an orange-y brown color. Claps all around.
If there were ever an opportune time for a double breasted suit, it would be now.
Jordan Peele’s slightly off white jacket strays the norm just a bit—but enough to keep it sharp.
Lakeith Stanfield, looking as cool as ever.