Originally Posted by MrDaniels
So far I would say Al Gore and Mark Whalberg and the best-dressed.
With a shorter collar, I'd agree on MW.
Gore looked great, but my overall best in show (so to say) was Eddie Murphy in that great midnight blue tux. Honorable mentions go to the great DB's of Seinfeld and even to some extent Jack Black. Seinfeld would've gotten the nod but for jacket cuffs that were too long.
Going into more Sartorialist blog level detail, Hugh Jackman's jacket had great shoulders, and I loved the lapel role on Tobey MacGuire's jacket.
Worst was Phillip Seymour Hoffmann, as previously mentioned. I don't expect class from Tom Cruise, and he met expectations. Peter Toole was another head scratcher for me, wearing that hideous "I'm in my drawing room diddling my mate from Eton" smoking jacket in a public place.
Paltrow and Eva Green (!!!!!!!) shared the much-coveted "one I'd want to take home with me after the event" award.