Bruce Pask: Ryan Gosling is a bold guy, unafraid to delve into his roles. Amazingly handsome face and a body made for wearing clothes, or not. I am a big proponent of the classic, so I will never steer anyone into uncharted territory, but I also want to make sure we allow for personal expression. There can be no other way for Mr. Gosling. This is going to be a bit of a surprise, but I would put Ryan in a tuxedo from J. Crew. But in navy. The color would look incredible on him… it’s incredibly subtle but that slight touch of dark blue would be stunning. I would do a pleated bib tux shirt with straight collar and French cuffs. The bow tie and shoes would be black. A nice contrast. Done.
Brad Goreski: Oh man, he can do no wrong. I’d probably do a custom Thom Browne suit for him. Not the shrunken pants but a version of the Thom Browne fit. I’d probably go with a gray blazer with a black shawl collar and a charcoal pant. He’s kinda like a red carpet renegade.
Madeline Weeks: He’s got great style and looks great in Burberry. He just looks great in clothes and could wear whatever he wants. He would also look great in Calvin Klein or Prada.
Ilaria Urbinati: He’s the most adventurous so I’d love to see him try a more up and coming designer like Simon Spurr, my favorite men’s designer in the world. He can get away with doing color—a good navy, dark burgundy, or deep hunter green would be amazing on him. I would keep him in the beard but keep his hair polished. And I so loved him in that velvet tux he did at the Globes (as seen above). Gosling can do no wrong in the style department, I mean the dude wears spats with leather jackets and looks amazing.
Ellen Mirojnick: Tux: Midnight navy silk and mohair, one button peak lapel with a peek of black silk pocket square. Shirt: White fine pique, two button, stand collar with covered placket. French cuff with a vintage link. Neck: Classic black bow tie. Shoe: Simple fine leather, highly polished black boot.
For more of Mr. Gosling on the red carpet, see our coverage of The Golden Globes.