The Good

Kings Of Leon

With over 16 years in the game, three Grammys and a back catalogue to rival Argos, it’d be easy for Kings of Leon to call it quits. Except they just keep getting better. Like a fine wine. Or a Reiss lookbook.

Kings of Leon

Douwe Bob

Relaxing a suit can often come off scruffy. Dutch songwriter Douwe Bob, however, makes it legit. The two-piece keeps a glove-fit front and centre, but still boasts rougher edges with an unbuttoned shirt and a peek of a neck tattoo. More Rat Pack, less red-eyed city worker.

Douwe Bob

Jaden Smith

Jaden Smith’s style may be a little, erm, inconsistent. But his EMAs entry popped without resorting to novelty. The high-neck tee nails the 1990s sportswear trend, while the jacket and black jeans anchor the look. Not sure about that lanyard, though.

Jaden Smith

Mario Goetze

With a look as strong as his left foot, the Borussia Dortmund wunderkind proves the merits of monochrome. The all-black outfit is easy-to-wear and flattering, while an off-shade blazer adds definition. Back of the net.

Mario Goetze

The Bad

G-Eazy

G-Eazy has always bordered on the clownish (questionable rap voice, lyrics and general persona), but this Suicide Squad nod should hang from the rafters. Pond green hair is no joke.

G-Eazy

Mr Probz

Dutch singer Mr Probz lives up to the name in a part-bag lady, part-Inspector Gadget get-up. And just in case we weren’t confused enough, he really runs the look into the ground with a bizarre Ugg boot-high-top hybrid. Stick to the day job, Probz (which is apparently rummaging through bins).

Mr Probz

Green Day

There’s dressing for your age, and then there’s Green Day. The oh-so-achingly-punk band (that’s actually signed to a major record label – hmmm) outgrew the Kerrang! look with their last memorable hit. Which was in 2004.

Green Day

The WTF

Cole Whittle

Not a crazed superfan who’s stormed the red carpet, but DNCE’s Cole Whittle in a Ziggy Stardust-Mad Max-Scary Spice mash-up. No wonder his band bailed on the photo op.

Cole Whittle