Or, for that matter, that in a jacket and tie is the only way to honor the gravitas of the moment?
It used to be that awards show red carpets were the province of the ladies and the ladies only. People wanted to see the ladies in great gowns -- poofs, ruffles, slits and everything else the imagination could conjure — while the guys basically just had to show up in a black suit without any visible stains on it and they'd be just fine. The game has been gradually changing though, thanks to risk-takers on the red carpet like Donald Glover and Ryan Reynolds , and thanks to outdated ideas about what men "should" wear increasingly being get shattered by renegades like Jonathan Van Ness of Queer Eye.
At the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards , it felt like the stakes got raised as the boys collectively brought more va-va-voom to the yard than any other formal red carpet before, and perhaps even more panache than the ladies! Take Atlanta' s Brian Tyree Henry with his vibrant blazer. And naturally, the Queer Eye crew shut it down in a melange of styles that reminded men it's okay — no, encouraged — to play with shapes, color, texture and yes, played-out gender "rules.
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Take 5 Yesterday 3: After all, the female emcee is rumored to wed fiancé, Offset, later this year. Regardless, consider her America's newest angel in training. Known to march to the beat of his own drum, Tyler, The Creator might win the award for the wildest look of the night. After taking a few flicks in his white ushanka hat, he took it off and revealed a leopard-print Caesar.
While we're not sure how much traction this will gain, it will definitely go down in GRAMMY history as a memorable 'do. So fresh and so clean. Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino pulled off a full winter white suit in the middle of January. Brave, we must say!
The fit is what really made this work — gentlemen, it's hard to beat a custom suit like this. Like father like son? It's a rarity to see this duo separately so we aren't surprised they chose matching crushed tuxedos complete with satin bow-ties. At only 15 months old, Asahd is becoming quite the budding style icon. Even though she kept both feet on the ground during her highly anticipated performance, Pink 's dress could have taken to the sky.
Her brightly colored gown was light as a feather — and completely covered with pink, blue, purple, and black plumage. A bold choice for a bold woman. While the year-old dress silhouette was relatively demure, she upped the edgy factor thanks to a razor-sharp jet-black bob. How high is too high? No such thing in Rita Ora's book. She threw it back to another era and upped the sex appeal in a serious way.
Lots of diamonds, Veronica Lake-inspired waves, and of course, a bold crimson look pulled it all together.
Seeing that she has a voice like an angel, it's only appropriate the songbird dressed like one too! Naturally, SZA chose to rock her eye-catching curls with subdued makeup. Despite announcing his final performance — don't stress, he has shows scheduled — it doesn't mean he's going out quietly.
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