Chester Barrie was the menswear sponsor of The Laurence Olivier Awards which took place last night. Chester Barrie was worn by many of the nominees, presenters and guests at yesterday’s ceremony.
The brand was honoured to have dressed Kenneth Cranham and Mark Gatiss who won Best Actor and Best Actor in a Supporting Role respectively, who both wore a classic black dinner suit. Best Actor Nominee Adrian Lester put a twist on the dinner suit by opting for a velvet jacket.
New for this season is The Drury which was worn exclusively by Rory Kinnear (a previous Best Actor winner) - a classical rich blue three-piece that effortlessly puts you in the mood for glamour and elegance. The jacket features a black shawl collar and matching gauntlet cuffs, a single link button fastening and slanted jet pockets. How to Get Away With Murder star, Alfred Enoch wore a textured burgundy mohair suit with a red velvet collar as he presented an Olivier award for Best New Play. Guest David Gandy opted for a sleek grey Loro Piana silk, cotton and cashmere blend on the red carpet. Best Actor in a musical nominee Jamie Parker wore a classic shawl collar jacket.