The ladies always are in the limelight on the red carpet, but let's not forget about the men, who know a few things about fashion, too.
This Sunday, here are a few of them worth keeping an eye out for on the Oscars red carpet.
As the first male face of Chanel, he's no stranger to style and can combine ruggedness with elegance like the best of them. At the Academy Awards, he's up for Best Picture for "12 Years a Slave" and also will be a presenter. (Pictured below at 2012 Academy Awards)
Our interest in his man style at the Oscars can be summed up in four words: man-bun or no man-bun?
He knows how to embrace style! Emerald velvet blazers, sharp-yet-subtle prints, a maroon suit and tie, a casual beige suit from Hugo Boss and many looks from Dolce & Gabbana have helped him stand out on the red carpet (and his stunning and equally style savvy wife Camila Alves always helps). (Pictured below at the Golden Globes in January)
Weeks after the Grammy Awards, the music producer's Vivienne Westwood hat (pictured below) still is stirring talk. The latest: it's for sale on eBay. As of Tuesday morning, bids had reached $15,000. Will his Oscars style also be meme inspiring?
He's been spotted making the rounds at New York and London fashion weeks to support his girlfriend, model Suki Waterhouse. On the hunt for red carpet clothes, perhaps? (Pictured sitting next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour at the Burberry runway show at London Fashion Week earlier this month)
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