Olympian Adam Rippon's Oscar Tux And Harness Are Gold Medal-WorthyOlympian Adam Rippon's Oscar Tux And Harness Are Gold Medal-Worthy
Olympian Adam Rippon knows how to ensure all eyes are on him.
He completed his look with a bow tie and black loafers, essentially stealing the show before the show even started.
“Dressed to impress in @moschino,” the bronze medalist wrote on Instagram a few days before the ceremony. “Getting ready for the Oscars with @accessonline! Huge thank you to the brill, beautiful, and kind @itsjeremyscott ♂️
A post shared by Adam Rippon (@adaripp) on Mar 1, 2018 at 10:09pm PST
Rippon attended the 90th Academy Awards ceremony with his friend and fellow figure skater Mirai Nagasu who wowed in a gorgeous gown from Tadashi Shoji.
“I’m so excited. I can’t wait to walk the red carpet with Mirai. We are just going to have a blast,” Rippon told Access Online on Thursday. Nagasu said she can “totally handle a whole night with Adam.”
Nagasu carried her bronze medal in her clutch, and even pulled it out on the red carpet.
— Access (@accessonline) March 4, 2018
People loved Nagasu’s medal moment, but even more were obsessed with Rippon’s harness.
Tyra Banks called the look “Hoe, but make it fashion” on Twitter:
— Tyra Banks (@tyrabanks) March 4, 2018
Adam Rippon is wearing a Jeremy Scott harness to the Oscars.
Somewhere in heaven, Oscar Wilde, Harvey Milk, James Baldwin, and Michelangelo just shared a margarita. pic.twitter.com/4hoDyP3sgd
— Chris Rovzar (@Rovzar) March 4, 2018
The political importance of @Adaripp is that he never gives anyone the safety of just enjoying his beauty or artistry without being reminded he has sex with men in the butt. Bitch has rejected the situational closet, and he is a hero.
— Guy Branum (@guybranum) March 4, 2018
People who don't like Adam Rippon are cops
— them. (@them) March 4, 2018
A thousand times yes to Adam Rippon's edgy-yet-elegant Thomas Barrow from Downton Abbey finally came out Oscars look tonight. pic.twitter.com/bFxN6anrHp
— Shannon Coulter (@shannoncoulter) March 4, 2018
More Olympians on every red carpet, please.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.