The hottest Indian men’s style at the Cannes Film FestivalCannes Film Festival is never short on the glamour quotient – gowns, jewels and tuxes rule the red carpet. When it comes to film star glamour, it goes without saying that the ladies were going to rule the red carpet. But as much as I love to see all of their fabulous looks, this year it was a treat to see some talented men step up to the plate too.
Gurvinder SinghPunjabi director Gurvinder Singh was walking the red carpet to introduce his latest film, The Fourth Direction, and his clean and unimposing style totally reflects his aesthetics. This isn’t a guy to make a loud fuss in a penguin suit – he’d much rather let his films do the talking. Dressed in Nehru-collared dark waistcoat over a chambray shirt and dark denim, this was a great example of dressing to suit your body shape.
Tom Hardy and Nicholas HoultThe two male stars of Mad Max were in town to showcase their dystopian adventure – and they both did a fantastic job of balancing a dressier look with a casual air. Both sporting navy suits – it was the unbuttoned collar and lack of tie that finished the look with a insouciant air – just goes to show that less can definitely be more!
Vikky SuvinderNewcomer to Cannes, Vikky Suvinder kept it slick and clean, with a colourful flourish to hint at his personality. Impeccable grooming and a hint of vibrant magenta in his printed silk tie and pocket square combo finished off his look perfectly. This guy exuded confidence – and it’s easy to see why.
Vicky KausalWhen you’re on the glorious coast of the French Riviera, it’s only fitting that you work the classic Riviera look, right? Light, summer yet extremely dapper – do yourselves a favour, guys, and bookmark this look for your summer uniform. The key to Vicky’s look is the blend of perfectly summer hues – tan blazer, white chinos and an effortlessly unbuttoned pale blue shirt that exudes an understated air of elegance.
John C ReillyFor a true Mediterranean look though – you want to pull out all the stops. Reilly was not one to retire shyly and leave the spotlight for the other stars – stepping up in a dapper, dandyish all-white suit and matching hat and black and white brogues might sound like comic overkill, but he pulled it all together. And did I mention the cane? Not a look for everyone – but if you’ve got the confidence and personality – work it!
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