Tim Gunn: Golden Globe Predictions and His Sexiest Man Tux

01/11/2007 at 03:00 PM ET

We Project Runway fanatics think Tim Gunn has impeccable taste (check out his takes on celeb style in our Stylewatch issues), and we are thrilled that he likes our taste too! Turns out that the silver-haired fox is wearing a shawl-collared “knock-out” Ted Baker tuxedo that he snagged on his Sexiest Man Alive photoshoot for PEOPLE, “[it] fit perfectly, so that’s what I’m wearing! It’s made out of kevlar so if any bullets fly my way I’ll be protected.” Hmm. Perhaps he worried that someone might take his Today show commentary on the red carpet the wrong way? As for the gowns themselves, he says that he expects to see “a little bit of everything. It should be a lot of fun!” We think so, too — for more of the latest news and gossip on the Golden Globes, check out our Red Carpet Confidential blog.

Photo: Sylvain Gaboury/FilmMagic

FILED UNDER: Project Runway , Red Carpet

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R on

Even though men unfortunely don’t have an array of fashions to pick from compared to the gowns that ladies walk off in, that dosen’t mean they can’t look stylish, and also stunning. I think Tim Gunn will pull of anything he wears greatly and you wouldn’t catch him dead wearing something dreadful. I look forward to seeing him there and I also agree that there will be a bit of “everything” on the red carpet.

Kristen on

He looks great, hope he wins.

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