For years, a black tux was as creative as it got for the gents of Hollywood on the awards ceremony red carpet.
While there is certainly a still time and a place for traditional sharp tailoring — as proven by Austin Butler and Jeremy Allen White — a lot can be said for bolder male styling at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Tuesday night.
Scroll through the gallery above to Hollywood's men arriving at the ceremony
Bold colours were front and centre at the ceremony — with Andrew Garfield in a burnt orange suit, Tyler James Williams in blue and Adam Scott in rich teal with a ribbon tie making for a welcome detail on his perfectly cut Paul Smith look.
Seth Rogan went for a baby pink tux, shirt and all, and Gabriel LaBelle opted for a baby blue look, both bringing a vintage prom feel to the evening. Less high school throwback, Irish actor Barry Keoghan wore a colour-blocked Louis Vuitton powder blue look.
Eddie Redmayne, Chris Perfetti and Diego Calva all accessorised with oversized silk flowers — Redmayne on a rich brown Valentino suit over a relaxed T-shirt and Calva in a custom Gucci tuxedo.
Richly textured velvet was a go-to for Sebastian Stan, Henry Golding and Taron Egerton. However, arguably, Donald Glover was the best dressed gent of the night, wearing a tunic-style YSL shirt jacket and oversized trousers under a black velvet tuxedo jacket, making the red carpet look feel entirely effortless.