10 Best Dressed Men of the 2024 Golden Globes

Now that Hollywood’s duel SAG-AFTRA and WGA strike has reached an end, the film industry is back in full swing — just in time for awards season. The boundaries are a tad fuzzy, owing to myriad critic and fan choice awards that like to claim the kick-off spot in late fall. Truthfully, though, it’s the Golden Globes that cue the fanfare: star-studded red carpets, viral celebrity moments, and high fashion spectacles alike. The 2024 Golden Globes offered no shortage of men’s fashion, with celebrities like Steven Yeun showing up as the definition of classic. Other looks pushed last year’s trends forward; Barry Keoghan embellished his patterned jacket with eye-popping pearls and regal black boots. Selecting our favourite looks, we’ve sourced style inspiration to carry you through the winter months — or, at least until the Emmy’s next week.

Barry Keoghan in Louis Vuitton

Barry Keoghan wearing Louis Vuitton, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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Brooch, pants chain, bracelet, earring, and a 34 mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch: was there any accessory Barry Keoghan didn’t wear to the Golden Globes? Well, aside from a tie — but when you’re wearing red-chequered Damier pants and enough pearls to retire an oyster colony, donning a tie would be gilding the lily. Though jewellery typically adds a shiny charm to simple ensembles, Keoghan’s bling provides a clarifying contrast to his patterned attire. His light accessories pop against the red fabric, bringing its nuanced texture to life. It’s a great inspiration for those looking to embrace the rapidly-growing field of men’s jewellery, whether that’s with a single chain or something close to the actor’s decked-out style.

Kieran Culkin in Dior Men

Kieran Culkin at the Golden Globes, best dressed men 2024
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Kieran Culkin had a good night. The actor took home a Golden Globe in the Drama category for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, just over twenty years after losing his 2003 nomination for Best Actor in Igby Goes Down. He wore an all-black Dior ensemble to commemorate the occasion, complete with a black tie and shimmering black shirt. Culkin sported a stack of brightly-coloured beaded bracelets on his wrist, of which he told WWD: “These have my kids’ names on it. I’m just one of those kinds of dads.” Next to his kids’ handiwork, Culkin finished off the look with a navy TAG Heuer Glassbox.

Colman Domingo in Louis Vuitton

Colman Domingo at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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2023 was a banner year for Colman Domingo: performances in The Color Purple, Sing Sing, and Rustin — the latter of which came with a nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama — proved that Domingo is a gifted actor with an discerning eye for well-written roles. For his Golden Globes appearance, Domingo turned to Louis Vuitton for a custom Nehru-collared suit. The style is named for Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister. “He stands for peace and love and light, and so that’s why I’m wearing a Nehru collar,” Domingo told Entertainment Tonight. Shiny buttons popped against the black fabric, alongside a 41 mm Omega Constellation Globemaster and an agate pinky ring that once belonged to Baynard Rustin. Rustin’s partner, Walter Naegle, gave the ring to Domingo — a testament to his portrayal.

Bill Hader in Dior Men

Bill Hader wearing Dior Men's, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
Photo courtesy of Dior.

As a quick Google search will tell you, Bill Hader’s night at the Golden Globes was one for the books: an on-screen kiss with Beef star Ali Wong lit the tabloids on fire, as the SNL alum is known for keeping a low profile. Even without the PDA, though, Hader’s ensemble was more than headline-worthy. Opting for a classic Dior Men’s look, the sparkling obsidian fabric, crisp white shirt, and dazzling brooch made sophistication look easy. (The strait-laced vibe is tastefully offset by thick-rimmed glasses and an ever-so-lopsided bowtie; Hader has to stay true to his nerdy comic brand, after all).

Steven Yeun in Dior Men

Steven Yeun wearing Dior Men's, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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Book For Men cover alum Steven Yeun showed up to the 81st Golden Globes in classic evening-wear. Sporting peaked lapels, Yeun’s black jacket tapers towards the bottom, finished with a pair of sleek black pants and a matching bowtie. It’s a simple style that cuts a sharp silhouette. After making history as the first Asian-American Oscar nominee for Best Actor (in the painfully recent year of 2021, might we add), Steven Yeun can now add a Golden Globe for Best Actor — Miniseries or Television Film to his resume.

Jonathan Bailey in Givenchy

Jonathan Bailey in Givenchy, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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Whoever said “don’t wear white after Labour Day” had never met Jonathan Bailey. Pulling up to the function in a bold, monochromatic look, the Bridgerton star wore Givenchy from head to toe and 40 mm
Omega De Ville Trésor on his wrist. Presenting Best Supporting Actress — Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television, Jonathan Bailey’s high waisted pants and opened collar embodied the breezy confidence of California style.

Cillian Murphy in Saint Laurent

Cillian Murphy in Saint Laurent, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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After July’s Oppenheimer filled cinemas around the globe, Book For Men cover alum Cillian Murphy hardly needs an introduction. His leading man role garnered a win for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama last night (sorry, Colman). As his name was called, Murphy’s wife Yvonne McGuinness planted a kiss on the actor, prompting Murphy to ask “do I have lipstick all over my nose?” as he reached the podium. He didn’t, but if he had, his classic outfit would’ve pulled it off. Pairing his black cupro jacket and pants with dark patent leather boots and a 40 mm Omega De Ville Trésor, Murphy’s look evoked old Hollywood glamour. A crisp white shirt and pocket square sealed the deal.

Matty Matheson in Harry Rosen

Matty Matheson Golden Globes
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Chef and restauranteur Matty Matheson was among the first to arrive on the Golden Globes’ red carpet. His role as Neil Fox on The Bear coincides with cinema’s realism trend: he puts his culinary chops to use on set, developing recipes alongside culinary producer Courtney Storer and drawing on years of kitchen experience to craft an authentic dialogue. The New Brunswick-born chef turned heads in a double-breasted burgundy look from Harry Rosen, a world away from the back-of-house grit he shows on camera.

Charles Melton in Giorgio Armani

Charles Melto, best dressed at the 81st Golden Globes, 2024
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Charles Melton made headlines earlier last month for calling The CW’s much-memed Riverdale “his Juilliard” while promoting his breakout psychodrama film May December, for which he earned a ‘Best Supporting Actor’ nomination at last night’s ceremony. Is Riverdale is worthy of the comparison? That’s still up for debate — but is if this is what he’s wearing to graduation, we can get behind the idea. Outfitted in a navy double-breasted Dior Men’s jacket, the fabric seems to shimmer against jet-black lapels and pants. With a single ear piercing and 40 mm Omega De Ville Trésor, Melton adds a few stars to his night-sky palette.

Lenny Kravitz in Alexander McQueen

Lenny Kravitz at the Golden Globes in Alexander McQueen
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Though Lenny Kravitz didn’t take home an award — Rustin’s “Road to Freedom” lost Best Original Song to Billie Eilish’s ethereal “What Was I Made For?” — the bohemian singer-songwriter has plenty reason to celebrate. Forgoing a shirt, the daring Alexander McQueen ensemble put Kravitz front and centre on the red carpet: peaked lapels droop down to meet high-waisted pants. The cinched-waist look takes the reverse-triangle silhouette, a menswear classic, to the extreme. Reuniting with fellow Hunger Games alum Jennifer Lawrence, Kravitz could’ve been reprising his 2013 role as rebellious stylist Cinna.