Oscars 2018: The Best-Dressed Men

7:34 PM 3/4/2018

by Ingrid Schmidt

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Menswear got creative at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday night. James Ivory’s button-front was cheekily decorated with the mug of Timothee Chalamet, while Woody Harrelson’s tux jacket and trousers were trimmed with leopard print. Chadwick Boseman went Black Panther fierce in a suit decorated with armor-like hardware and Adam Rippon stole the carpet thunder in a Moschino cutaway tux accessorized with a leather chest harness.


  • Chadwick Boseman

    Boseman’s Givenchy spring 2018 couture look, styled by Ashley Weston, proved that the Black Panther is a new menswear superhero. What gave this tux an edge was the elaborate silver embroidery on the long coat and shoes finished on top with silver zippers.

  • Timothee Chalamet

    All hats off to the reportedly stylist-free Call Me By Your Name nominee, who has been making all the right moves on the carpet this season; white-on-white custom Berluti was a fresh choice that looks right on the ingénue.

  • James Ivory

    The Call Me By Your Name screenwriter was a billboard of sorts for his creation, wearing a tuxedo with a white button-front decorated with the sketch of the face of the film’s star: Timothee Chalamet.

  • Armie Hammer

    Taking a leap away from red carpet predictability (and his penchant for track suits), Hammer seriously upped his game in a custom red velvet tux by Giorgio Armani, styled by Ilaria Urbinati, with rose gold cufflinks and watch.

  • Daniel Kaluuya

    With the help of stylist Mercedes Natalia, Kaluuya was on point in this nontraditional, caramel-colored velvet Brunello Cucinelli contrast-collar tux jacket from the fall 2018 Collection with Tods shoes and an IWC watch.

  • Tom Holland

    The 21-year-old Spider-Man: Homecoming star looked impeccably sharp and sleek in a double-breasted Hermes suit (with beautiful custom lining, according to stylist Law Roach) and bow-tie, with a Piaget watch as an extra touch.  

  • Woody Harrelson

    Kudos to the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri actor for taking a risk in a bespoke Stella McCartney tuxedo with a leopard-print jacquard shawl collar and contrast stripe on the trouser.

  • Garret Hedlund

    The dusty teal tone and double-breasted jacket made Hedlund’s Prada tuxedo stand out in the crowd, thanks to styling by Ilaria Urbinati.

  • Jordan Peele

    The Get Out writer-director looked dapper in a crisp white Calvin Klein jacket and poplin shirt with a black satin bow tie and tux pants, and a custom yellow gold antler lapel pin created by Jason Of Beverly Hills (and designed by his stylists Sydney Lopez and Chris Horan) to honor the film.

  • Adam Rippon

    The stylish Olympic skater made a statement turn on the red carpet in an avant-garde, cropped black tux jacket with cutaway shoulders, matching trousers and a studded leather chest harness, all by Jeremy Scott for Moschino.