The ladies sure brought it to the 94th annual Academy Awards on Sunday night—but the industry’s leading men also made some serious sartorial statements that shouldn’t be overlooked. Wearing traditional tuxedos, suits with pops of prints, and fun colors, actors from Benedict Cumberbatch to Will Smith, Andrew Garfield, and Jesse Plemons pulled out all the fashion stops on the red carpet. In keeping with recent trends, many of the men opted to accessorize with eye-catching gold chains and cufflinks, diamond-encrusted timepieces, and more. With that said, here are the best dressed men from the 2022 Oscars.
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Malek looked dapper in a classic black tuxedo by Prada which he topped off with a jeweled lapel pin by Cartier. To accessorize his look, the actor also wore a Cartier watch, ring, and cufflinks.
The actor, who is nominated for his role as Jonathan Larson in Tick, Tick…BOOM!, wore an Omega timepiece with his burgundy velvet Saint Lauren tuxedo jacket.
Plemons, who is nominated for his role in The Power of the Dog, paired Fred Leighton vintage platinum and diamond cufflinks by Van Cleef & Arpels with his black ensemble.
The King Richard nominee wore a Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo with a Cartier earring for the event.
The Spanish actor, who is nominated for playing Ricky Ricardo in Being the Ricardos, wow’d in an embroidered navy suit jacket over a black button down.
The Power of the Dog nominee (here, with his wife, Sophie Turner) wore a Giorgio Armani black one-button peak lapel tuxedo trimmed in satin with Santoni shoes. He also accessorized his ensemble with Oliver Peoples sunglasses.
Kotsur, who is the first deaf man to win an Oscar, wore a custom RoseBYANDER lapel pin in the shape of the “I Love You” symbol in sign language on his tuxedo, along with an Omega timepiece.
Last year’s best supporting actor winner turned heads in a double-breasted turquoise tuxedo jacket.
The Canadian actor brightened things up in a red tuxedo. He paired his look with a black bow tie, black loafers, and an Omega timepiece.
No shirt, no problem! Chalamet went topless under a Louis Vuitton blazer. He completed his look with nine jewelry pieces by Cartier, including a panther necklace.
Valderrama stood out in a green-trimmed navy, velvet tuxedo with a jeweled lapel pin and Omega timepiece.
The Oscar-nominated singer opted for an all-pink tux by Moschino, which he paired with Cartier jewels.
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Jackson walked the red carpet with his wife, Latanya Jackson, wearing a Giorgio Armani velvet aubergine double-breasted evening jacket trimmed in satin. He paired it with navy trousers, a navy evening shirt, and a navy bow tie.
The actor (here, with wife Christine Baumgartner) looked sharp in Gucci and black shades.
The presenter looked polished inGucci tux.
The Australian actor, who was nominated for best supporting actor for his role in The Power of the Dog, chose a powder blue tuxedo for the award show. He also donned several jewels by Cartier.
Snipes sported an eggplant-hued shorts suit.
The Irish actor brought his style A-game to the red carpet, wearing a classic, black tuxedo with an Omega timepiece.
The actor served looks in an all-black Givenchy ensemble with a Cartier watch and necklace.
Oyelowo made a statement in a yellow printed tux.
Mendes sure cleaned up nicely for the evening event! He was dressed in Dolce & Gabbana, which he paired with a Vacheron Constantin watch.
Looking handsome in a black suit with an oversized bow, Cooper was joined by his mother, Gloria Campano, on the red carpet.
Momoa showed his support for Ukraine in a black and navy tux with a pocket square of the country’s flag.
The Belfast nominee walked the red carpet in a navy tuxedo with black lapels.
For the big event, the actor opted for head-to-toe black by Etro.
The Game of Thrones alum looked oh-so-dapper in a white tuxedo.
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