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The men of Hollywood and the music biz are no longer letting their female peers grab all the attention on the red carpet.A decade ago, at the 2009 Oscars, the men on the red carpet looked like a colony of penguins -- white shirts and black tuxedos, all in a row.The Grammys are happening Sunday and the Oscars are on Feb. 24, so the men of showbiz have a few more key moments this awards season to strut their stuff.Singer and music producer Pharrell Williams and Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto were among the first to adopt a looser, more evocative style."The red carpet -- and not forgetting the designers and stylists that work behind the scenes -- are at the forefront of inspiring the rest of us when choosing what to wear," Brown says.Stylists, who were long searching for the coolest basic tux, even though most of them looked similar, say their business has totally changed.
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