As the first black-tie affair of awards season, the Golden Globes red carpet is usually when the men of Hollywood pull out their sharpest tuxes to mingle at the Beverly Hilton. But this year’s ceremony was largely virtual, which gave a few fashion-forward stars the opportunity to bend the rules, and what resulted was an array of unexpected colors, eye-catching accessories, and, of course, the first winner ever to accept his award in a hoodie.
In a yellow Valentino couture suit with a sequined top, Dan Levy reflected the sunny disposition of his show, Schitt’s Creek, which won the award for comedy TV series. Despite technical difficulty, Daniel Kaluuya’s sleek Dior Mens suit with detailing at the lapel came across loud and clear. And for The Crown’s Josh O’Connor, who won Best Actor in a Drama Series, the night was an opportunity to wear a look more regal than the real Prince Charles would dare attempt. His bespoke suit with contrast lapel, made by Jonathan Anderson for Loewe, was topped off with a romantic cravat.
Here are the stars who had an adventurous night in menswear.