How Men’s Fashion Has Stolen the Spotlight During Awards Season

This year’s awards season is unlike any other in years past, with celebrities tuning in remotely and the traditional red carpet taking on a new form due to the pandemic. Despite the disruption and virtual format, the last two months of awards shows have produced a surprisingly wide range of high-fashion moments, especially among the male celebrities.

Unlike in previous years when many male nominees stuck to the traditional tuxedo, this season has seen several men go bolder with their looks, choosing bright colors, modern fits and more couture-inspired design elements for the virtual awards shows.

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“The rules of red carpet dressing, they’re all being rewritten, and brands are taking chances,” said fashion stylist Avo Yermagyan, who has styled Leslie Odom Jr., Oscar best supporting actor nominee for his portrayal of Sam Cooke in Regina King’s “One Night in Miami,” in an array of standout looks this

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Michael Strahan Expands Men’s Wearhouse Partnership With Latest Line, MSX by Michael Strahan

Former Super Bowl champion and current co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America, Michael Strahan, alongside his business partner, Constance Schwartz-Morini, have announced that they are expanding their existing partnership with Tailored Brands.

With the latest expansion, the MSX by Michael Strahan line will be sold at Men’s Wearhouse and Moores, building upon its successful introduction of Collection by Michael Strahan last fall. The athletic-inspired line features exclusive styles to meet the customers wherever they happen to be every day, whether at home lounging, at work, or on the go.

“I couldn’t be prouder to expand our partnership and bring MSX to Men’s Wearhouse and Moores,” says Strahan in a written statement. “The new MSX workleisure styles, combined with our Collection tailored suits and high-quality denim, provide a variety of affordable wardrobe staples for any occasion. It

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Big Ten men’s soccer: No. 2 Penn State 4, No. 3 Michigan 1


Penn State forward Daniel Bloyou (9) celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament Quarterfinal match at the Jeffrey Field on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 in State College, PA. The Nittany Lions defeated Michigan 4-1 to move on to the Big Ten Tournament Final.

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No. 2 Penn State men’s soccer is moving on to the Big Ten Tournament Championship after beating No. 3 Michigan 4-1 in a tightly packed, semifinals contest at Jeffrey Field on Wednesday.

The Nittany Lions found themselves on the losing side of the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against the Wolverines in 2019, as they were defeated 1-0 in heartbreaking fashion, thanks to a Jack Callahan goal in the 61st minute.

But they were able to enact their revenge this time around as Peter Mangione’s first-half penalty kick goal proved to be the difference in a game that saw

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The Best Men’s Jewelry in Fashion Right Now

Johnny Nelson came to jewelry back when he was a punk rapper known as Johnny Matchsticks, a nickname he earned by stabbing a match into his pierced earlobe before shows. When he wanted to upgrade to a matchstick earring made out of gold, he couldn’t find one—so he decided to figure out how to make his own.

After finding a mentor in New York City’s diamond district and learning how to carve molds and cast precious metals, Nelson introduced designs both punk and political to his nascent line: razor blade rings, All Power Fist studs, and civil-rights-hero-portrait pendants, pieces informed by his experience in the underground music scene and as a victim of police brutality. “I knew that I wanted to use my platform to spread awareness of the injustices we face, but I wanted to do it through the powerful statement of something like a four-finger ring,” he says.

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