Ranking how well the menfolk have done with their sartorial choices, un-doubtedly my fave part of an event! So yeah, here’s my edit of the 10 best-dressed hombres from the GQ Best Dressed Party ;-)
At a bash where most went the full formal route, Kunal Rawal stuck out for his casual look. Still, I’m liking his Balmain jacket and Jeremy Scott trainers enough to put him in here, at the bottom of the pile, mind.
He kept it clean and classic, just the way we like it. Had he made the effort with his hair as well, he would have ended up on the top half of this list… ;-)
*wolf whistles* He looked smoking in that ink blue Rajat Tangri S/R’13 suit − there’s no two ways about it.
Loving the burgundy jacket and the knitted tie, hating the shoes. Plus, that pocket square was unnecessary here. All in all, not bad, not bad.
WooHoo. A midnight blue dinner suit sighting, the connoisseur’s choice when it comes to black-tie dressing. Now just wish he seemed a little more at ease in that Troy Costa number! #toostiff
But Ayushmann Khurrana, he was born to do bow-ties and black-tie dressing!
I do have some issues with the dinner jacket (by Troy Costa), but I’m discounting it just ‘cos Ayushmann seems to be having so much fun in this look!
This is as dapper as it gets. And, brownie points for the waist coat.
Like we said, soooper doooper spiffy.
It’s not because I wuv him to bits that he’s taking the runner-up spot (promise!), but because I’m a complete sucker for desi menswear. How princely does he look?
One word: Amazeballs. He had the vision and gumption − and hence THE best-dressed of the night.
P.S. In case you’re wondering, here’s why the other Rahul didn’t make the cut… :-)