Brioni Is a Golden Globes Red Carpet Favorite

Brioni Is a Golden Globes Red Carpet Favorite

The star-studded carpet saw a slew of quality tailoring from the Italian heritage brand.

The star-studded carpet saw a slew of quality tailoring from the Italian heritage brand.

Text: Brandon Tan

Last night, we saw the first red carpet rundown of the 2019 award season at the 76th annual Golden Globes. The fellas certainly dressed to impress, with smart suits seeing form at the ceremony, as well as statement pieces that made headlines--yes, we're talking Timothée Chalamet in a Louis Vuitton rhinestone bib top and Cody Fern in what the Internet has proclaimed "goat shoes," but any fashion-enthusiast would know as Maison Margiela Tabis. With all of that said, it's apparent that Italian heritage prevailed, as stars looked to tailoring legends, Brioni, for last night's call to formal attire. The celebrities donning the brand ranged from Christian Bale, who won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for his role in Vice, to Jeff Bridges who was honored with the Cecil A. Demille tribute.

Established in Rome in 1945, the brand has built itself up to be a celebrity-certified dresser for black tie events and solidified its authority as such last night. Dressed in all black, Christian Bale appeared clean and understated, while Johnny Galecki opted for the same color-scheme, but ventured in texture with a shimmery lapel. Justin Hurwitz kept it cool and quirky with a navy striped jacket, and Sacha Baron Cohen cleaned up really well in a black velvet jacket, alongside wife Isla Fisher.

Justin Hurwitz

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