, 2022-09-02 18:42:41,
Listen up glamazons and haute couture darlings — the fashionistos are taking over.
Look no further than the camera flashes on the red carpet to see this sartorial change at play.
At this year’s Oscars, Timothée Chalamet ditched the customary black-and-white tuxedo, opting to go shirtless alongside his sequined Louis Vuitton blazer, accented with delicate lace cuffs. Sebastian Stan brightened up the Met Gala red carpet in May with an exuberant fuchsia suit by Valentino. And Lil Nas X brought campy flair to the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, rocking a black, feathery skirt and matching headpiece by Harris Reed.
“2022 may be the first year in recorded history where male celebrities have stolen the spotlight from female celebrities on the red carpet,” says Dirk Standen, professor of fashion marketing and management at Savannah College of Art and Design.
This growing diversity makes for what Standen calls “a golden age of men’s fashion” —for celebs and non-celebs alike.
“I don’t think there’s ever been such a wealth of options in terms of labels and designers,” Standen says. “Celebrities and regular consumers are expressing their individual style in exciting new ways.”
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