It’s Raining Men: Golden Globes 2010

Yum. The only thing more fun than the dresses of the red carpet are a gaggle of men all suited up. 

Mathew Morrison looks like the perfect prom date in a classic Hugo Boss tuxedo and bow tie. Pictured next to Taylor Lautner’s in a Chippendale shirt and bow tie, they make an odd picture; one looking like he’s dressing too young and one like he’s dressing too old.

Gerard Butler gets it right with the perfect amount of stubble and a debonair Dolce & Gabbanna tuxedo.

Jon Hamm
and nominee for Best Performance By An Actor In a Television Series in a Drama went for a more polished tuxedo with a Tom Ford double breasted tuxedo shirt and bow tie.  I wonder if the new director commented on the look. I’m not sure if Hamm is preparing for a movie role with that shabby beard or if he is rebelling against his year round clean-shaven look for Mad Men, but it really takes away from his sharply tailored tux.  

Mickey Rourke, showed up in an all black suit, shirt, and jacket and touched off with shiny python, gold chains, and a cowboy hat. What saves his outfit is his beautiful possible fiance Elena Kuletskaya in chic ensemble. 

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture-Comedy, looked India adorable in his slim tuxedo and slicked back hair.

Robert Downey Jr, the winner in Gordon-Levitt’s category and who gave one of the best speeches of the night, went without tie (bow or otherwise) and some very villain from a Shakespeare facial hair, which he actually pulled off quite well. 

Simon Baker opted for a tie with his tux and with his umbrella at his side and sweet grin looks like a classic actor right out of a Vincente Minneli film.

Click the celebrities names to see what they wore to the event: Cher and Christina Aguilera, Chace Crawford, Sandra Bullock, Cory Monteith, Fergie & Josh Duhamel, Lea Michele, Sam Worthington, Ryan Kwanten, George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis, Marion Cottilard, Taylor Lautner, Julia Roberts, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, Cameron Diaz, Anna Kendrick, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson, Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore, Heidi Klum and Seal, Tom Ford and Julianne Moore, Penelope Cruz and Mo’Nique.

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