On Sunday, January 12, 2014 the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards were held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The red carpet displayed some truly stunning and spectacular fashion that can only be seen at award shows of this caliber. Nominees and guests alike gathered to take the stage, present and accept awards, and show off legendary looks only the red carpet could handle. Here, we discuss 4 great tuxedos that took center stage at the night’s event.
2013 truly belonged to Leonardo DiCaprio. Our glorious golden age man from The Great Gatsby was finally recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association as the Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy in The Wolf of Wall Street. The wonderful wolf himself was scene stealing on the red carpet as well as on screen. Dressed in a more traditional manner, Leo donned a dapper black tuxedo with a Great Gatsby approved black bow tie. Ever the classic man, he accessorized with stunning cuff links and his infamous intriguing squint.
Another winner of the night, Matthew McConaughey stole the show with an extraordinary emerald green velvet jacket with black lapels and black tuxedo pants. Like DiCaprio, he also sported a dark bow tie. With his stunning and sensational wife by his side, he was all smiles. The Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama took his first nomination and first win of the Golden Globes in true McConaughey style, starting off his speech with “All right, all right, all right,” his first lines spoken in his first movie Dazed and Confused.
Golden Globe guest, actor Terry Crews, showed off a fun slim fit tuxedo and outstanding oxford tuxedo shoes that were both uniquely dapper and daring. The fitted dark blue tuxedo displayed the actor’s build with sensational style. He may have not taken center stage at the main event, but his ensemble certainly did. A well tailored suit is essential in this day and age. It allows for a sophisticated look for men’s formal wear that proves all men can be poised, confident, and dashing.
Diane Keaton, legendary for her androgynous style, wasn’t seen in a stunning or sexy gown. In true Annie Hall style, the beloved Dapper Diane showed everyone that tuxedos aren’t just for the men. Donning a spectacularly fitted black tuxedo, a woman’s white tuxedo shirt, and an over sized necktie, she accepted the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award on behalf of her great friend and accomplished gentleman, Woody Allen. Actor, writer, and director, the award displays the many contributions Allen has made to the entertainment industry. Keaton herself was one of the many women who starred in his radiant and well rounded female roles. She gave a speech full of admiration and even a little song.