Jon Stewart in Emmy's

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  1. seok

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    I just generally found it amazing that the more famous and in the public eye then were, the worse they were dressed. I found many of the men who won for behind-the-camera duties sported classic looks while some of the actors looked riddiculous.
     
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    If someone were going to go for "wild" style, I think they'd have to go all out, the way Jeremy Piven did. Didn't like the get-up as much as when he's Ari Gold, but I thought it was interesting.
     
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    I look forward to a pictorial review of all the big hitters tommorrow
     
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    Here is a large collection of photos.

    As you can see, the men didn't dress especially well. At least Jeremy Irons mostly succeeded with the vested look. The television show Fashion Police reviewed the attire of various celebrities. The men were bad enough that one of the panelists chose Jeremy Piven as best dressed. Another one said he dressed the worst. Dennis Leary and Danny Bonaduce distinguished themselves in bad ways. Sleeve lengths brought down many of the more conventionally dressed. Mr. Stewart chose an unconventional tie, but it was a nice tie and he looked okay overall. If not for fit problems around the chest, Steve Carrell probably had the best modern look.
     
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    what do you guys think of Jon Stewart's ensemble?

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts...rtner=homepage

    it certainly seems unconventional to don a shirt-tie-tux combo instead of the usual cummerbund-tux pairing, but i think it works with Jon.


    I personally thought Stewart dressed like a college kid (that didn't have much of a clue) might dress.
     
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    I liked Patrick Dempsey, best. Not crazy about the unshaven look, though.
     
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    I liked Patrick Dempsey, best. Not crazy about the unshaven look, though.

    Yes - Dempsey and Jeremy Irons had the best classic DJ looks.
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    I liked Piven's wild outfit as mentioned above.
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    I also think the one who managed the best "long tie with tux" look was Kiefer Sutherland
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    But overall, my favorite was Eva [​IMG]
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    Yes - Dempsey and Jeremy Irons had the best classic DJ looks.
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    I liked Piven's wild outfit as mentioned above.
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    I also think the one who managed the best "long tie with tux" look was Kiefer Sutherland
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    But overall, my favorite was Eva [​IMG]
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    I hadn't noticed it before, but Piven's must have either been a mis-match or a custom job, because I don't think I've ever seen an OTR tux with the ability to hold a belt. And though Kiefer's look was good, he did a terrible job tying the damn thing, not even a dimple [​IMG]
     

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