As awards season grinds on, the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards put a spotlight on our favorite television stars who’ve kept us company in the darkness of the streaming era. Thankfully with programs like The Bear, Succession, and Beef, many of these actors also happen to be menswear stars both on- and off-screen…and they’ve been dressing up a storm on all these red carpets.

While the fashion at last night’s Emmys was a bit of a snooze overall—hey, three major awards shows in 14 days is no joke!—the famous fellas still managed to provide some choice menswear Easter eggs. Scroll on to see the best bits.

Matty Matheson in Harold by Harry Rosen and Church's

Matty Matheson in Harold by Harry Rosen and Church’s

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Matty Matheson’s socks and fisherman sandals

This season, The Bear star and real-life chef Matty Matheson has developed a real knack for being the best-dressed person at any given awards show. On Sunday, the Canadian native—who cooks up all his own red-carpet ensembles—wore a tuxedo from the Canadian menswear brand Harold by Harry Rosen, which he expertly punctuated with a pair of Church’s leather fisherman sandals and some fresh white Reebok gym socks. “With the ratio of black and white, I think it’s a nice little accent,” said Matheson on the carpet, proving that socks and sandals are more than just a summertime staple.

Plus, the sight of Ebon Moss-Bachrach smooching a sandaled-up Matheson onstage? Priceless.

Jeremy Allen White in Giorgio Armani

Jeremy Allen White in Giorgio Armani

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Jeremy Allen White’s unbuttoned button(s)

And while Matty Matheson accepted the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy on The Bear’s behalf, his castmate Jeremy Allen White caused a brief commotion thanks to an errant button on his Armani tuxedo shirt, which undoubtedly led minds to wander to the actor’s recent, oft-discussed Calvin Klein campaign. By the end of the evening, White—who also scooped up a solo trophy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series—even loosened up his literal and proverbial buttons on purpose, ditching his bowtie in celebration.

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