It’s a good time to be Seth Rogen. Our guy has a just-launched weed business, a soon-to-be-released book, a lovely sideline in ceramics—and, y’know, that thriving Hollywood career. He’s also got one (1) brand-new velvet suit, which he broke out for this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards. And what better look could there be to help you ease your way back into semiformal awards-show style? Velvet is cozy. Chelsea boots slip right on. That blaze pink button-down reminds people you’re not stuffy (as if the Austin Powers–grade suit didn’t make that clear). In sum: an expertly executed awards-show suit, and at a time when proper red carpet wear remains a wide-open question. Whether it’s ceramics or high-end cardigans or swinging ’60s suits, Rogen is proving that you underestimate his enormous taste at your peril.
The NBA’s triple-double king rings in the start of the WNBA season in an Elena Delle Donne jersey.
A wild ’70s print! A massive-lapeled, double-breasted silhouette! Flared pants! Sneakers! Any one of these would have sufficed for a regular person. Harry Styles does not do regular.
Jaren Jackson Jr.
JJJ’s Memphis Grizzlies have made the NBA Playoffs’ Play-In Tournament, so we’ll just assume he was testing out this vacation-grade outfit for whenever the Grizz season actually ends.
The rarely seen—but deeply enviable—big-pants red carpet look.
The Spurs guard takes Jerry Lorenzo’s new-wave Fear of God template—super-luxe, super-easy, super freakin’ cool—and runs with it.
The Haim Sisters
Another week, another instance of female celebrities rocking The Row womenswear that we would very much like to own.
Carhartt, a throwback Mets hat, an Online Ceramics tee: The Aussie Gen Z heartthrob is doing his best New Yorker impression.
Tony Soprano vibes, in the best possible way.
Originally posted 2021-06-20 15:17:22.