Who: Travis Mills

Where: Todd Snyder SS17 Show, New York

Travis Mills, an up-and-coming American musician, makes us green by swapping the overdone all-black ensemble for a welcome pop of colour.

Emerald is a tricky hue to get to grips with but by keeping it to a classic piece like the mackintosh, Mills shows it’s got plenty of front row potential.

Travis Mills Todd Snyder SS17 Show, New York

Who: Johannes Huebl

Where: Cîroc On Arrival Party, Ibiza

Johannes Huebl: proof that us mere mortals are forever inferior. Here, the German man-about-town keeps it classic and cool with wardrobe staples in fabrics that breathe.

Low-key, comfortable and styled out to suit Ibizan temperatures (note the rolled trouser hems and shirt sleeves), it’s the ideal launch party look.

(Related: 10 Times Johannes Huebl Killed It)

Johannes Huebl at Ciroc On Arrival Party

Who: Nick Jonas

Where: New York

A vertical stripe hooded zip-front jacket? Not the most obvious off-duty wardrobe choice. But Nick Jonas makes this casual look work by keeping everything else muted by comparison.

Tap his head-to-toe tonal approach to tie your downtime looks together seamlessly.

Nick Jonas in New York

Who: Jack Guinness

Where: Cîroc On Arrival Party, Ibiza

You’ve got to hand it to Jack Guinness. Even in the Balearics, the British style aficionado braves the heat with this tailored navy two-piece.

He hasn’t missed the memo though; a white crew-neck tee in place of a button-down shirt helps meet the island party dress code, and beat the heat.

Jack Guinness at Ciroc On Arrival Party

Who: John Cho

Where: Star Trek Beyond Premiere, London

Just when we thought premiere dressing was getting stale, John Cho manages to bake a whole load of style into this razor-sharp ensemble.

The burgundy suit lets him dip into the colour wheel without going full-on Technicolor while the cut is slim enough to be flattering without skewing restrictively skinny. Harold Lee stoner style this is not.

John Cho at Star Trek Beyond Premiere, London

Who: Eric Rutherford

Where: New York Fashion Week SS17

Proving trends aren’t just for millennials to jump on, Eric Rutherford knocks it out of the park with this knitted polo-linen trouser combination.

By keeping the bottom half stripped back, Rutherford manages to pull off a green-and-black striped mesh polo shirt up top. Yup, a green-and-black striped mesh polo shirt. Just take a second to let that one sink in.

Eric Rutherford New York Fashion Week SS17