Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Spike Lee

Spike Lee always dresses with a deep sense of personal style, whether to sit courtside at a Knicks game or to attend a premiere. So it wasn't hard to predict that he'd pull out something bold and beautiful for his gig leading the Cannes Film Festival's jury. (There's some nice symmetry here too: More than 30 years after Do the Right Thing was snubbed at Cannes, Spike becomes the first Black person to lead the film festival's jury.) Which is exactly the role played by this pink Louis Vuitton double-breasted suit (with matching shades). The Day-Glo tone popped on the opening-night red carpet—just the right amount of eye-catching, while still being (technically) a suit. And Spike wasn't the only Cannes attendee to think pink…

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Josh O'Connor

O'Connor joined Spike Lee on the pink-suit train—though his leaned a little closer toward, say, blush, or rose, than Spike's neon vibes.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

David Beckham

A busy stretch for Becks, who would eventually make his way to the Euro 2020 final—but not until he'd dressed his butt off at Wimbledon.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Travis Scott

Repeat after us: There's never a bad time to wear a knit polo.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Adrien Brody

You'd smile too, if your tux looked this good.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Matt Damon

A very mellow, vibe-y, perfectly South of France fit.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Eddie Redmayne

He'll see David Beckham's white tennis blazer—and raise him the whole suit.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Devin Booker

Long shorts, tall socks, and dress shoes: Expect to see a lot more of this combo soon.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

Justin Bieber

A good reminder that fit is a deeply personal concept.

Spike Lee It Was a Big Week for Pink Suits

James Norton

Literally a huge fit.