There’s nothing quite as stylish as a well-tailored tuxedo and this appearance by Leonardo DiCaprio is the perfect example. To ace his look right down to the last detail, don’t forget to sport slicked-back hair and a groomed stubble to ensure you match The Revenant actor.
You can always count on Eddie Redmayne to deliver an appearance that has a bit of an edge and this look is no different. Like him, you too can bring subtle variation to your black-tie look by swapping your solid black tuxedo jacket with a printed one. The blue geometric embroidery on the jacket really livens up the all-black look.
Taking risks on the red carpet may not be the wisest move but this avant-garde suit worn by David Oyelowo caught everyone’s eye. Made out of a metallic purple fabric bearing a print, this suit may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but we love how Oyelowo has added breathing space to the ensemble by choosing black accessories and a simple white shirt.
Checked suiting got our vote of approval in 2015 and there’s no reason not to carry it forward in 2016. Aziz Ansari looked extremely dapper in a checked suit and if you want to pull off the trend, be sure to pick subtle checks and opt for a slim, tapered fit to keep things looking incredibly sharp.
Military green wasn’t a colour we thought we’d see on the red carpet, but this appearance by Kevin Hart makes a winning case for the colour. He simply swapped his black jacket for a textured olive-green one with a black lapel. Extra credit to Hart for picking a matching boutonniere!
Written By : Shirley Mistry