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The Oscars is a staunchly black-tie event. But, as actor Harvey Guillen illustrated tonight, that does not mean male actors always have to opt for the run-of-the-mill penguin suit. The Puss in Boots voice actor attended the ceremony in custom-made Christian Siriano that featured delightful twists to the tuxedo. Guillen donned a black-and-silver brocade suit that included a fun surprise: the blazer cascaded out into a flowing train perfect for posing for the crowd of cameras in. Guillen’s suit, which he wore with sleek finger waves, represents the first time Christian Siriano, who first gained fame through his size-inclusive womenswear, has crafted a plus-sized menswear look for the red carpet, Guilllen shared with E! Host Laverne Cox. Guillen was not the only star to provide some bold, fresh updates to the black-tie dressing for men at the night’s ceremony. (It seems Timothée Chalamet’s viral shirtless moment last year might have upped the ante.) Everything, Everywhere All At Once star Harry Shum Jr. opted for a white suit with navy blue accents by Adeam (another womenswear-first brand) that the actor described as “East meets West.” The stand-out detail of the outfit? A grand navy-blue sash. While Riz Ahmed donned a blazer-san-shirt-underneath that revealed a tantalizing peek of skin. Y/Project’s Glenn Martens, guest couturier at Jean Paul Gaultier in January 2022, has returned for a second ready-to-wear collaboration, this time focused on prints that give the illusion of garment mashups.
I’ve always seen skirts as a genderless piece; As an Ojibwe person, I grew up often seeing men wear skirts at our annual summer powwows. But a fear of judgment and ridicule has always held me back from taking the plunge in public. Walking home with my grande iced coffee in hand, I was pleased to find that nobody even batted an eyelash. It was surprising, though refreshing, that nobody cared about my foray into skirts. (It helps that stars like Lil Nas X, Brad Pitt, Odell Beckham Jr., and Conan Gray have all been wearing them out, too.) Sure, New Yorkers are largely unfazed in general, but that first successful attempt at skirt dressing has given me the confidence to incorporate even more into my wardrobe. And now, I can’t stop buying them. My growing skirt collection may have something to do with the market being—for once—filled with men’s options. While one could easily shop a women’s skirt, sizing is not always easy to figure out; I’ve attempted to buy some in the largest women’s sizes, only for them to barely fit over my knees. Instead, more and more retailers are finally stocking skirts in dedicated men’s sizes—meaning I no longer have to guess or hope it will fit. The pleated Thom Browne skirts and sleek leather Rick Owens skirts on Ssense, for instance, now go from a size 28 to 40 waist. I’ve also been eyeing printed styles from Chopova Lowena and Liberal Youth Ministry, both of which go from small to XL. While this range is not as size-diverse as it could be, skirts in men’s-specific sizes is a step forward. My most recent skirt acquisition, in addition to my classic gray Thom Browne, is a black, asymmetrical Airei skirt with frayed edging. I’ve been enjoying pairing with my chunkier knits, like my new checkered Zankov sweater.
Last night, Donatella Versace headed to Los Angeles to stage her first Versace show in the city in more than 20 years—and pulled out all the stops. Any fears that the fashion extravaganza’s last-minute change of timing (due to inclement weather, it was pulled forward a day in the run-up to the Oscars this weekend) might curb the ability of celebrities to attend were unfounded: the event was one of the most star-studded of the entire fashion season. Not only did the runway spectacular—which took place on a theatrical raised platform above the Pacific Design Center, with sweeping views over the city’s rooftops at sunset—feature a star-studded lineup of models that included Naomi Campbell and Gigi Hadid, but Versace brought out the cream of Hollywood to celebrate the occasion, too. Naturally, the show attracted plenty of acting royalty. Anne Hathaway showed up in a killer LBD and a pair of Donatella-worthy, towering platform heels, while Oscar-winner (and latter-day meme queen) Ariana DeBose wore a show-stopping gown featuring see-through black crystal netting and stilettos. From Danielle Deadwyler to Lily James, Gabrielle Union to Pamela Anderson, the actors in attendance all fully embraced the Versace spirit of full-throttle glamour. But the show also attracted an impressive mix of pop stars, too, with many of them opting for the night’s more playful looks. Cher made an appearance with her new boyfriend Alexander Edwards, while Miley Cyrus, who is also celebrating the release of her latest album Endless Summer Vacation today, went for a more delicate look featuring reams of pink and black chiffon overlaid with serpentine chains. And that’s without even mentioning the likes of Dua Lipa, Elton John, and Lil Nas X—last night, it’s safe to say, the stars were out.
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