Oh Emmy, how we’ve missed you. The television awards show presented from the Peacock Theater in LA last night a full five months after the annual event was supposed to air — the 75th annual Emmys were postponed from their standard September run time due to the series of industry strikes that crippled Hollywood, inspired SNL skits and made Disney CEO Bob Iger look like a total ass — and the Emmys delivered on a promise of a night worth the wait, thanks to big-hitter sweeps from Succession, The Bear and Beef, a few half-decent skits and a refreshingly honest job from Black-ish star and host Anthony Anderson (at least when compared to Jo Koy). Well, that, and the catalog of star-studded nominees that ranged from internet hunk/improbably jacked Jeremy Allen White to the stacked (and shockingly iced out) cast of daddy-drama Succession.
More than the awards, more than the prestige, more even than the plethora of mouth-to-mouth kisses shared by mostly Kieran Culkin, we were excited, nay, thrilled by the red (scratch that, silver) carpet. Much like the Golden Globes, there was a ton of black-tie, galaxy-brain menswear from designer favorites to satisfy our never-ending demand for hot people in very good clothes. All eyes are on the stars of the small screen, and we’ve got the best (and most notable) nicely lined up for you. Below, the best menswear red carpet looks from the 2024 Emmy Awards.
Jeremy Allen White in Giorgio Aramini
Wearing Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix Timepiece
Ladies and gentlemen, JAW.
Donald Glover in Bode
Wearing Cartier Tank Timepiece
Ballet flats? Smoking jacket? Someone’s been on TikTok.
Mooove over, competition.
Will Sharpe in Burberry
The hottest accessory: a very tiny chain.
Nothing wrong with bitting some The Bear swag.
Bella Ramsey in Prada
The dapperest little actor you ever did see.
Pedro Pascal In Valentino
He’s just happy to be here.
Young Mazino in Givenchy
If you’re going to go shirtless at the Emmys, make sure you have a baller necklace and pair of chunky boots to go with it.
Colman Domingo in Louis Vuitton
Wearing Omega De Ville Trésor Timpiece
Lapel pins are in.
Charlie Puth in Balmain
Wearing IWC Ingenieur Automatic Timepiece
Turn me on like a fluorescent-white light switch.
Bellhop! Oh, Bellho—er, that’s Tony Shalhoub, isn’t it?
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
Nicholas Braun in Dior
Wearing Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
Watch game as tall as the man himself.
Tyler James Williams in Dolce and Gabbana
Yes, that is a leather suit. You may swoon now.
Joel Kim Booster in Todd Snyder
Chocolate on the red carpet is always the move, and Joel Kim Booster kindly reminds us.
Sam Richardson in Greyscale
Kieran Culkin in Givenchy
Wearing IWC Portugieser Timepiece
Kieran Culkin is sooo girlypop for this.
Kevin Alves in Givenchy
It’s giving prom night. And we’re not mad at it?
Anthony Anderson in Etro
Florals are deceptively tough to pull off, but Host Anthony Anderson does his darndest to make it look easy.
Oh Matty, you handsome devil. He always knows how to reel us in — come for the classic tux, stay for the fisherman sandals.
Fellas, take notes — this is how you do a mustache.
Tatanka Means in Jack Victor
More green velvet, please.
Scott Evans in Paul Smith
A huge moment for tiny ties, brought to you by Scott Evans.
Reece Feldman in Saint Laurent
Guy with a movie camera? Try guy with a bomb-ass scarf.
Adam DiMarco in Dior
Pants pants pants pants pants pants pants.
Chris Perfetti in BMC Studio
Next-level grooming from the Abbott Elementary star.
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