Gallery: The best dressed men of the Ballon d'Or & Golden Globes
Over the past few days we've seen big awards shows from film to football, and plenty of sharply dressed men on the red carpet
From Zurich to Los Angeles, there was plenty of style on display from some of the best dressed men in football and cinema, so we've decided to take a look at a few of our particular favourites.
The man of the moment had to wait a while to get his hands on this trophy again, and when his time to shine came, he went with a classic look, if not a tad shiny. Even Ronaldo Jr. sported a tux print cardigan, which was incredibly hipster.
We might be biased seeing as he's Irish, but if you turn up to an awards ceremony in a tux and sunglasses, you're pretty badass in our book.
His trademark is looking a bit disheveled and carefree, and he brings a touch of that even to his formal wear with his tie slightly askew. We like those glasses too.
Three piece, velvet and a nice shade of green - need we say anything else?
Messi went for a bold colour last night, and it's becoming a trait of his to wear unusual suits to the Ballon d'Or ceremony. This one is a hit, at least with us, matched with him staying classic with the shirt and neckwear. We have to respect the daring choice.
Another offbeat choice here with a dark maroon coloured tux, but when matched with the black shirt and black bowtie, we must admit that this looks pretty great.
He might not have won on the night, but this shawl lapel is very James Bond, which makes him a winner in our book.
His neckwear gets our seal of approval.
Very classic, and we like the fact that he chose to go with a suit and tie instead of the tux.
This midnight blue velvet three-piece might be the pick of both nights, it's definitely one of the best we've seen. He also has the lovely Elsa Pataky on his arm, which makes us jealous on two counts, once you include our sartorial envy of his three piece.