Two weeks ago, Jake G was giving a masterclass in White Suit September. This weekend, at the Tony Awards, he was positively incandescent in a light-pink tux (with cummerbund!). Pink tailoring isn’t for the faint of heart. But if you’re interested, notice how intentional everything is here: a roomy, deep-break trouser, and a jacket with a super-relaxed natural shoulder. If you’re gonna try something a little wacky, you’ll want it to fit perfectly.
We love a split-toe Tabi fit.
Craig is finally—finally!—back promoting the new Bond movie. Turns out he still knows how to do this thing.
A thrillingly elegant take on brown-on-tan-on-brown.
Jeremy O. Harris
Big boots, flared pants, shirt optional: red carpet mode, engage.
Not quite a suit, but definitely not boring business casual. Take notes.
Masterful proportions here: the sweater’s a little cropped, which makes the flowy pants look even cooler than they already do.
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger
Why do old dogs need new tricks, again? The old tricks rule.
At a certain point, why wouldn’t you call up Thom Browne for your red carpet fit?
The Sopranos have a style legacy all their own, but at a recent screening of The Many Saints of Newark, Gandolfini the younger borrowed from a different Italian sartorial tradition: looking sick as hell in a double-breasted suit.