Emmys 2022: A Menswear Report

The Emmys have long been television’s biggest night, but since we’ve all watched a lot more TV in the past few years (in the meantime, Hollywood makes more TV than ever), seeing it all the actors we’ve watched from the comfort of our own homes are all dressed up to receive awards for their work, feeling a little more cheerful than usual. It also feels like the actors are just as happy to get dressed up, as evidenced by the relatively unusual fashion show we saw at the 2022 Emmy Awards on Monday night.

We’ve rounded up the biggest trends of the night — check them out below:

Gentlemen stand out in deviant shades

If you’ve been a successful Hollywood actor for more than a couple of decades, you’ve probably done sing-along and dance shows enough times to learn a thing or two about how to do flash bulbs in while looking at each other. At last night’s Emmys, Bob Odenkirk, John Turturro, Michael Keaton, Tony Shalhoub — all famous actors of a certain age — let us learn their secrets: wearing vintage suits, but also Throw in a pair of sunglasses.

(Bonus if the sunglasses are weird too: Odenkirk, dressed in a sleek Dior Men’s suit, circled around very carefully before Pete Davidson walked the stage in a pair at the end of the show…but so much more. afterward.)

aside, the Emmys also start around 4 p.m. Los Angeles time, when Mr. Sun is still very much in the sky – so the option to wear sunglasses on the red carpet is finally a set choice. real. It’s a life experience, honey.

Bob Odenkirk

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John Turturro

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