There was a lot of good style on display at the Golden Globes, but we couldn’t let the day go by without pointing out a few of our favorites. Our winner of the night was Jake Gyllenhaal, who snagged the best tuxedo of the night with his double-breasted Ferragamo number. He’s not the most broad-shouldered guy in the world, but thanks to the DB, he suddenly looked like Sam Worthington.
Otherwise, Tom Ford continued to do wonders for Colin Firth (and vice versa), and Bill Nighy worked a pair of beautiful, owl-like frames into his black-tie repertoire. The only dark spot: the usually affable Thomas Jane, who set back the cause of hats by at least 10 years.
Crew Cut: The Journal goes inside Mickey Drexler’s J.Crew, and the day Gap broke his heart. [Wall Street Journal]
Come on Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean: In honor of the country singer/sausage tycoon’s death, Esquire tells us what he learned. The best one: “the majority of all wounds are self-inflicted.” [Esquire]
Not the Science Guy: Bill Nighy has extremely strong feelings about linen suits. [The Telegraph]
One More Time: Would you like to see an amateur reenactment of one of the 80s most exciting World Cup matches? Of course you would. [World’s Best Ever]