Move aside ladies!
The guys brought their fashion A-Game to the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday, April 25 in Los Angeles. After a year's worth of virtual awards shows, due to the COVID-19, the red carpet returned LIVE and in-person and certainly didn't disappoint.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the best dressed men at the 2021 Oscars.
The Sound Of Metal star wore a modern navy and black Prada ensemble which included a mock-neck shirt and cumber-bun.
The Ma Rainey's Black Bottom actor rocked sparkled in jaw-dropping custom crystal-embellished hot pink Versace suit.
Leslie Odom Jr.
The One Night In Miami actor, who was also nominated for Best Song, looked like a winner in a gilded double-breasted Brioni suit styled with Cartier jewels and Omega watch.
Tuning in from a screening in London, the Judas and the Black Messiah actor rocked a cool '70s-inspired jumpsuit by custom Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello.
The Best Supporting Actor winner for Judas and the Black Messiah brought his signature swag in a Bottega Venta double-breasted black tuxedo in compact dry wool styled with Cartier jewels.
The nominee for Best Actor for Minari wore a custom Gucci black two button peak lapel three-piece suit with a white covered placket evening shirt with bib, black silk bowtie and black leather lace-ups with Double G detail.
Atticus Ross, Trent Reznor
Nominated twice for Best Original Score, the musicians both wore black Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello suits.
Sacha Baron Cohen
Tuning in from a screening in Sydney, the double nominee wore a handmade mocha suit from Ralph Lauren Purple Label, finishing off the look with a brown silk satin bow tie, linen slippers and an Omega watch.
This little man has certainly got style! The 9-year-old Minari star, joined by his mother, was a red carpet pro in a custom head-to-toe Thom Browne look.
The film legend took home the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award wearing a velvet Giorgio Armani tux styled with with Stubbs & Wootton shoes and Dita glasses.
Last year's Best Supporting Actor winner skipped the red carpet but created buzz when presented on stage, paring a classic Brioni tuxedo with a disheveled man bun.
Also skipping the carpet, the legendary actor presented wearing a Paul Smith tailored-fit two-button evening suit.
The Oscars After Dark host chose a Paul Smith electric blue one-button peak lapel Soho-Fit tuxedo.