Welcome to the Biggest Fits of the Week, a roundup of the strongest, wildest, and simply biggest celebrity fits from across the globe.
Death, taxes, and Ryan Reynolds looking slick as all hell in a mellow bit of red-carpet tailoring: these are the things we count on. Reynolds takes his duty as a leading man seriously, which extends to looking like one while promoting a movie—which is how you wind up wearing a corduroy Brunello Cucinelli suit that doesn’t feel that different from a pair of sweats or broken-in jeans, but looks a whole lot better. We’re really feeling the professorial additions, though: the moc-toe shoes and the ready-for-office-hours glasses.
Michael K. Williams
Nothing more leisurely than silky, peacock feather-patterned PJs.
A perfectly modern suit: tapered-cropped-and-cuffed pants, chunky loafers, and finished off with a tee and a chain.
John David Washington
Not many better red-carpet options than Fear of God’s recent foray into ultra-chill suiting.
You don’t see a ton of royal-blue, double-breasted, brass-buttoned jackets these days. And, honestly? That’s a shame. They’re great.
Buzz cut and Birkenstocks: foolproof combo.
Much has been made of Kumail’s adventures in weightlifting. More should be made about Kumail’s adventures in sick polo shirts.
That’s right, fellas: we’re bringing back frilly collars.
We call this look The Big Shirt.
Number-one must-buy fall piece: a suede overshirt. (Number two: blue-tinted John Lennon glasses.)
Originally posted 2021-08-09 17:12:52.