A regular fixture on best dressed lists and for a very good reason, order our very own Tinie Tempah once again proved his fashion credibility with a sharp blue velvet blazer with black lapels and by Brit powerhouse Burberry for his performance with Laura Mvula, worn with black velvet loafers, changing into a similarly eye-catching white Hackett dinner jacket, worn with his trademark thick-rimmed glasses.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie who did his-and-hers tailoring, Brad, not to be upstaged by Angelina’s androgynous look, accessorising his suit with black patent brogues and a sharp Prohibition-insipred haircut.
Perhaps in a nod to his turn in American Hustle, Bradley Cooper was one of a slew of stars embracing the 70s inspired trend, Cooper wearing a particularly suave midnight blue Alexander McQueen suit with slim black contrasting lapels and patent brogues.
12 Years a Slave star Michael Fassbender took the 70s inspiration one proving that inspiration for vintage dressing needn’t be taken from the fancy dress shop, but can be sleek and sophisticated, as shown by his all-black, wide satin lapelled Tom Ford suit.
Chiwitel Ejiofor not only brought home the Best Actor award, but also one of the best dressed men of the night. In a slick blue suit by British label Mr Start with navy bowtie, Ejifor shows how tailoring isn’t just for the whippet thin, his look being a lesson in how a suit should truly fit a man.
Words: Erin Carrington