The men had fun with style at this year's Oscars. We saw a lot of coloured, textured and on-trend fabrics on the male celebrities, instead of a straight-up parade of traditional black tie suiting in traditional black tie suiting fabrics - and we absolutely loved it! These are our favourites from the red carpet.
Man of the hour, Rami Malek, collected his Best Actor trophy in chic, classic Saint Laurent.
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Black 'Super 160's' Worsted Wool Suiting
Spike Lee led the quirky charge (as usual) in a purple Ozwald Boateng suit and gold Jordan trainers. Because he is Spike Lee, and he can.
Best Supporting Actor winner, Mahershala Ali, went with a jacquarded wool silk Zegna suit, and decided to forgo a bowtie in favour of a beanie hat accessory instead.
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Black Jacquard 'Trofeo 600' Wool/Silk Suiting
Jon Hamm never disappoints. He showed up wearing a phenomenally coloured, deep aubergine ribbed velvet dinner suit by Brunello Cucinelli.
Michael B Jordan looked dashing in a beautiful, deep blue velvet tuxedo by Tom Ford.
Jason Momoa couldn't decide between formal and casual, so he did both! A great, pale pink velvet Fendi tuxedo jacket, and open neck shirt, sans any form of tie.
Always a style king - Mark Ronson's Maison Lance suit was amazing.
Who do you think was the best dressed man on the Oscars 2019 red carpet?