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Ev­ery an­nual red car­pet shindig has its own un­spo­ken dress code. Some events call for ex­treme cos­tumes and oth­ers are all about time­less tuxe­dos. The an­nual GQ Men of the Year Party in Los An­ge­les was filled with killer suits and con­fi­dence. Rhodé Mar­shall rates some of the fel­las who brought their tai­lor­ing A-game to this year’s soirée

Billy Brown looks like he copied and pasted what’s left of his Sun­day best. An open shirt does not make your look trendy, Mr Brown. Maybe try dif­fer­ent colour trousers, or lose the jacket

Sure, Ne-Yo looks like he has stepped out of one of his mu­sic videos, but if you’re go­ing to look this well styled, thread­ing per­fectly be­tween for­mal and trendy, then that video will get ev­ery­one watch­ing

Ac­cord­ing to Getty this guy is Ty Dolla $ign, but ac­tu­ally it’s Tyga. I get the con­fu­sion ... never did any­one think he could look like an adult post the Jen­ner/Kar­dashian life


Cana­dian ac­tor Stephan James shows how a 24-year-old should wear colour and print to an event that is both cool and fancy

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