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The Best-Dressed Dudes at the Anne Curtis Smith-Erwan Heussaff Wedding

The only couple to have landed separate Esquire covers got married, and of course their wedding was in impeccable taste.
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Three things are taking over our feeds this extremely long weekend. The mind- and ass-numbing traffic of main thoroughfares, the messy lines at the airport, and—because we need something to root for after all that—the hotly anticipated Anne Curtis-Smith and Erwan Heussaff wedding in scenic New Zealand. And what was more interesting than the sprawling hills of Middle-earth? The dapper duds that the guests wore.

THE PRE-WEDDING

Erwan Heussaff

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Erwan! Rememeber the time we put a baby pig on your head? It was awesome! And now, you're married. We're having a hard time picking what we like better: the piglet look or this plaid sport coat with vest and hat and full-on facial hair. Anyway, you look good as always!

Nico Bolzico

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A no-fail blue gets an assist from the windowpane pattern on Nico's suit. (We're not going to talk about what's going on with his hair, even if Solenn enjoyed the whole thing.)

Adrien Semblat

Take note of this fantastic color combo: deep green with rich burgundy. Those caramel boots also fits in with the setting.

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Tim Yap

We're adding this photo so you can get a better look at Erwan's plaid coat. Note the pitch-perfect combination of blues and blondes. And, yeah, Tim is getting some pattern action, as well.

Ryan Bang

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Mr. Bang is showing us why a turtleneck under a suit is always a good idea.

Matteo Guidicelli

The camo jacket and oversized mirror lenses make an otherwise plain white T-shirt and jeans look great.

Luis Manzano

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Luis' take on the T-shirt-and-jeans look is more standard, but still works.

THE WEDDING

The men of Showtime in the season’s colors.

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Erwan went for a more classic look as compared to his pre-wedding style. Mario’s, his trusted tailor in Paris, made his gray suit. The spoon boutonniere is a nice touch.

Here's a closer look at his hair, which is amazing.

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The groomsmen all rocking burgundy suits by Suit It Up Manila. Apart from Nico Bolzico and Adrien Semblat, Erwan was flanked by school friends Julien Agosta and Jacques Christophe Brannellec, as well as buds from the food industry like Wildflour's Allen Buhay and The Curator's David Ong.

A closer look at the groomsmen's suit (and Nico hamming it up).

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Rajo Laurel and Nix Alanon in black and army green

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Restaurateur Eric Dee Jr. (with wife Bea Soriano) opted for neutral shades.

Designer Michael Levya mixing studs and checks.

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Nico Bolzico, Arnold Aninion, Rovilson Fernandez, Stephen Ku, Marc Nelson, and Tim Yap

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Sasha Lim Uy
Managing Editor, EsquireMag.ph
Sasha eats to live and lives to eat. For five years, she handled SPOT.ph's food section and edited the last two installments of its Top 10 Food books. She also recently participated at the Madrid Fusion Manila as curator.
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