Who: Jeremy Piven
Where: West Hollywood, LA
If you’ve got stocky, Tudor genes, take note. Jeremy Piven’s staples hit a flattering midpoint between super-skinny and shapeless sacks. And the end result is fit for a king.
Who: Joe Jonas
Joe Jonas is looking a little blue these days. And we couldn’t be happier. His tonal masterclass anchors various shades with black separates – the perfect way to dilute brighter hues. Dry your eyes, mate.
Who: Nick Jonas
And the colours are catching. As Joe goes into the blue, his elder sibling rejigs the Savile Row uniform.
Burgundy replaces greys, blacks and navies, but he steers dark enough to swerve novelty. Must run in the family.
Who: Justin Timberlake
While his musical comeback rockets, The Talented Mr Timberlake hits a throwback high note.
True, the Cuban collar and wide-legged trousers may seem old fashioned, but Louis Vuitton and J.W. Anderson have put both on the radar. Bringing sexy all the way back.
Who: Ryan Reynolds
Olives are divisive on pizza, but the shade bonds like Araldite.
As Ryan Reynolds shows, even muted shades pop when paired with neutral separates – statements don’t always require brights. Bon appetite.
Who: David Beckham
Where: LAX Airport, LA
Becks continues not to fix what ain’t broke. Once again, he contrasts heritage classics (the baker boy hat) and modern pieces (the bomber jacket), then ties together with a monochrome palette. We’ll even let the moccasins slide.
Who: David Oyelowo
Where: Queen Of Katwe Screening, NYC
Style-wise, red carpets are dull. Unless they feature David Oyelowo and his deep purple tailoring, taken out of the boardroom with a subtle collar pin and a vivid printed tie. No yawns here.
Who: Armie Hammer
Where: The Birth Of A Nation Premiere, LA
While bearing no relation to the namesake MC, Armie Hammer has similar swagger. Instead of parachute pants, he prefers impeccable tailoring with a glove-like fit. Still can’t touch this.