Best Dressed Men at the Asian Awards 2016

Every year, the Asian Awards held in London bring out the who’s who from the Asian community to celebrate their contribution to the global stage. Awards range from everything from business and sport to philanthropy, arts and culture. Not only is it annually one of the most fun events we attend, it also provides us with great red carpet. As we all know, it is a rare occurrence when we see an Asian man on a UK red carpet so last week was a real treat. Some of the best-dressed men on the night used the occasion to show off their flair and innate sense of style. Here’s our round up of those gents that really got it right on the big night…

Anil Agarwal

Image 1 Mr Agarwal was the recipient of the Entrepreneur of the Year award, recognising his work as the founder and executive chairman of worldwide metal and mining company Vedanta Resources Corporation. Note the rounded shawl collars on his tuxedo jacket – a major men’s eveningwear trend.

Son Heung-Min

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 Tottenham and South Korea’s star player got it right on the night in his very well fitted suit, with waistcoat and polka dot tie. A nice and subtle change from the traditional black tie.

Joshua Kane

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 Mr. Kane may be better known for dressing the red carpet, than appearing on it but we think he rocks statement trousers and perfectly tailored double-breasted jacket. The printed lapels make the world of difference.

Kunal Nayyar Image 4

You will recognise Kunal from your TV screens. The actor has rose to fame playing Raj in the hilarious Big Bang Theory and as so, was a deserved winner of the Outstanding Achievement in Television award. He was also one of the standout looks on the night, in a black on black look which was modern and fashion forward.

Naughty Boy Image 5

He is the producer whose name is on everybody’s lips and with the 12 months that he has had it’s not hard to see why. Dressing down, he opted for a simple olive green T-shirt. The whole look was made a tiny bit smarter with the bling lapel pin and belt.


Image 6 We do appreciate a man that can rock a bold hue, and Oriste gets this just right. A relatively simple suit is made all the more exciting with the addition of an orange silk tie which is a great shade for spring.

Ray Panthaki Image 7

We have said it before and we will say it again. A pocket square makes all of the difference. Ray’s classic suit is given a nice new lease of life with the lovely silk pocket square. Which is your favourite look? Tweet Taj For similar articles on most stylish men, take a look at these:

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