Once again, the best-dressed men at the Met Gala were essentially the entire A-list, out in full force for the Costume Institute Gala, chaired by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. With an approximate $10 million raised each year, the event is perhaps New York’s most exclusive social event, and at $25,000 a ticket and $250,000 for a table, the most expensive too.

The glitterati attire appropriately, and designers vie for the opportunity to have their wares walk the red carpet. This year the winners, with tuxedos on the leading men of movies and fashion, included Burberry, Calvin Klein Collection, Givenchy, Lanvin, Ralph Lauren, and Tom Ford who outfitted the best-dressed men at the Met Gala.

Some men at the Met Gala took the word ‘costume’ more literally than others (ahem…Johnny Depp), but if you can’t go all out at the Met Gala, where can you? The tux color of the moment, navy, was worn to towering effect by New York Knicks team member Amar’e Stoudemire, and also in velvet by Ryan Reynolds. White or cream jackets were worn by many of the more fashionably inclined attendees including rapper Future who arrived with Calvin Klein’s Italo Zuccelli, David Beckham, Jay Z, Frank Ocean and Hugh Jackman, while Spiderman’s Andrew Garfield wore a notable shiny gray jacket by Band of Outsiders. But black jackets with tails were outstanding, with most of our best dressed below sporting them.

In fact, our nod to best-dressed man at the Met Gala goes to British actor Douglas Booth. The black tail-coat with white waistcoat, wing collar bib-front shirt, bow tie and shoes, all by Burberry, was formal wear perfection.

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