Mark Ronson, Nick Jonas, Fall Out Boy Among the Fashionable Feted at Billboard's Men of Style Party
The music industry’s best-dressed males gathered in Los Angeles on Aug. 28 for the Jimmy Choo-hosted event.
Not a stitch was out of place at the Billboard and Jimmy Choo-hosted Men of Style party.
Held at the Los Angeles home of Mitch Glazer and Kelly Lynch on Friday (Aug. 28), Mark Ronson, Nick Jonas and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz and Joe Trohman were among those honored at the event recognizing the music industry’s best-dressed males of 2015. Each attended in fashionable finds, while taking in sounds by DJ Myles Hendrik, cocktails, and bites by L.A. restaurant Lucques and its famed chef Suzanne Goin, all against a gorgeous backdrop of the city at sunset.
“It’s beautiful,” said Ronson, who attended with sister Samantha, of the incredible panoramic view.
Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards multi-nominee was the hit of the night, chatting it up with fellow partygoers Rashida Jones and Kenna, and receiving acclaim from his peers.
Courtney Love was one of the musical icons who praised the “Uptown Funk” singer.
“He gets [his sense of style] from his mother, who is awesome and a really good friend of mine,” Love said. "I love his mother’s style.”
As for Ronson himself? The Brit likes keeping things casual.
“[I like] white tank tops,” he told Billboard. “But actually, I’m wearing a black tank top [tonight]. I go through phases. I like simple things that you can put with anything -- when you don’t want to think too much and you’re leaving the house in a rush to go to the studio. People like Woody Allen, you just see wearing the same thing every time. So, yeah, white tank tops and then I really like these black pants from Saint Laurent that they make -- they’re very nice.”
At the party, where Wentz and Love bonded poolside while guests Theophilus London and Tyrese Gibson mingled nearby, even the most fashionably dressed -- like Jonas -- confessed to having made less-than-stellar style decisions.
“I think we’ve all had an Ed Hardy moment,” the “Jealous” singer said with a laugh. “That’s what happens when there’s a trend like that. I probably look back at those moments and [think] those aren’t my proudest style moments, but it happens.”