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The best dressed men from the 2017 Golden Globe Awards

Iggy Pop wearing a tuxedo is disturbingly cool

The best dressed men from the 2017 Golden Globe Awards
09 January 2017

What was the last thing you wore to a party? Designer pair of jeans, perhaps. A spanking new pair of Nikes, maybe. We’re guessing it wasn’t a tuxedo that cost half of your yearly rent.

Look on and gaze in a jealous anger at all the best dressed men from the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, all the while weeping onto your highstreet outfit in the newfound knowledge that you are a common peasant in comparison.

Billy Bob Thornton

No, he didn’t win a Golden Globe for Bad Santa 2. It was for some Amazon Prime show called Goliath. But what Billy Bob should’ve won an award for was matching his gold shades with his modern skinny tie.

A cocky statement that suggests he knew he had an award in the bag? The man got Angelina Jolie to wear a vial of his blood around her neck, so we wouldn’t put it past him.

Justin Timberlake

He’s came a long way from wearing triple denim. Here JT smashes a dark grey tuxedo with contrasting black satin lapels and cuffs, as well as wearing a look in his eyes that says “thank God you’re not Britney Spears.”

Shame that the last movie he did was that bloody Trolls animation, completed with that catchier-than-an-STD song ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’.

Chris Pine

Pine’s beard game is strong AF. Look at that salt ‘n’ pepper touch in his chin. He’s transforming into the world’s slickest Werther’s Originals carrying Grandad. Except this premature OAP wears double breasted tuxedo jackets and hi-shine loafers instead of slubby cardigans and slippers.

Ryan Gosling

Of course he’s in here. Ryan. What a knob. Oh, great husband are you? Wonderful father? Fantastic actor, musician and dancer, yeah? I can’t even put a pillowcase on properly, and here he is wearing a white tuxedo jacket with no canape or lager stains in sight.

Well done, mate. Thanks for setting the bar so unreasonably high, you beautiful monster.

Rami Malek

With a name like Rami Malek, you can’t exactly show up in a Kappa tracksuit and a battered pair of Stan Smiths, can you? With a title that cool you need an outfit to match, and this midnight blue tuxedo complete with low cut double breasted waistcoat and boutonniere will just about do it.

Donald Glover

Most people who opted for a brown velour Gucci suit with an oversized bowtie would look like they were fresh from a time travelling DeLorean. But then most people aren’t Donald Glover AKA Childish Gambino, AKA the young Lando Calrissian in the upcoming Han Solo back story, who pulls it off like he’s wearing blue jeans and a white t-shirt.

Michael Shannon

Slightly awkward stance aside, Shannon’s navy dinner jacket, clean white bowtie, sleek sunglasses and glossy smart shoes triumphed at the Golden Globe Awards, even though he didn’t win zilch for his role in Nocturnal Animals.

Jonah Hill

This is dangerously close to looking like a school boy on his way home who’s ditched his tie and swapped his black shoes for trainers, but with the suit being Prada, his shirt buttoned up and the sheer spotlessness of his bright white kicks, his outfit comes off as an ultra-clean take on smart casual.

Iggy Pop

This is more of an honourable mention rather than a stylish analysis, because ol’ Iggy is just wearing a plain black tuxedo, but well done to him actually putting on a shirt for once. I genuinely don’t think I’ve ever seen a picture of him without simultaneously copping an eyeful of his wrinkled nipples.