Who: Harry Styles

Where: Dunkirk Premiere, London

Hot on the Dunkirk PR trail, it seems Harry Styles is keen to match his wardrobe with the glowing feedback on-screen. Thanks to a fit that neither suffocates nor slumps, this double-breasted two-piece clinches a flattering shape in failsafe black. Add sartorialist to that expanding CV, too.

Harry Styles Dunkirk premiere

Who: Oliver Proudlock

Where: Wimbledon 2017, London

Now, we’re by no means advocating the Sloane Ranger look, but Oliver Proudlock of Made In Chelsea fame deserves credit for swerving the bright red chinos. At a Wimbledon photo op, the 28-year-old dressed down statement checks with two staples – a plain white tee and minimalist kicks – for a look as modern as it is wearable.

Oliver Proudlock wearing check trousers and a white t-shirt

Who: Brendan Fallis

Where: Bally x Swizz Beatz Dinner, New York

Brendan Fallis – DJ-cum-permanent-fashion-week-fixture – is hardly a household name. Though with looks like this Bally all-black ensemble, he’s a ready-made icon-in-waiting: well-chosen shapes, glove-like fits and a foolproof palette. All of which are moves far better-known than his musical career.

Brendan Falli wearing all black

Who: Dermot O’Leary

Where: Dunkirk Premiere, London

Your Saturday night wardrobe starts here! Once again, ITV golden boy Dermot O’Leary dropped a masterclass in tailoring at the Dunkirk premiere. This time, in a petrol suit well-anchored with black Oxford shoes and a tie. Frankly Dermot, you deserve better than The X Factor.

Dermot O’Leary wearing petrol blue suit at Dunkirk premiere

Who: Eddie Redmayne

Where: Wimbledon 2017, London

Is there anything more British than in-between Pimms at Wimbledon? Yes, Eddie Redmayne in-between courts (and probably Pimms, too) at Wimbledon. The Danish Girl went country gent in textured tailoring, made all the stronger by a tailoring Grand Slam shot: the peak lapel.

Eddie Redmayne wearing tailoring at Wimbledon

Who: Tom Hardy

Where: Dunkirk Premiere, London

If you’re still suffering Vietnam flashbacks of Tom Hardy’s MySpace account, consider your conscience absolved. The Dunkirk star donned a navy three-piece complete with all the right accessories – contrast tie, contrast collar and a scimitar-shaped tie clip – that shake off the memory of trucker-capped selfies.

Tom Hardy at Dunkirk premiere

Who: Isaac Carew

Where: Aperol Spritz Social Party, London

Isaac Carew: legitimate arsehole. Not only can the model cook so well he’s scored a TV deal, he can also navigate tracksuit bottoms into smarter territory. Linen has long been a polished summer fabric, and can dress up even the most casual of pieces. Isaac one, rest of world nil.

Isaac Carew

Who: Robbie Rogers

Where: Sports Illustrated Fashionable 50 Party, LA

Footballers stateside don’t rely on permatans or wet look gel. Robbie Rogers, LA Galaxy midfielder, opted instead for an on-trend Cuban collar shirt made memorable by some Matisse-esque artwork. And better yet, the 30-year-old tied the down the statement with black staples elsewhere.

Robbie Rogers wearing a Cuban collared shirt

Who: Toby Huntington-Whiteley

Where: Just Eat Food Fest VIP Launch, London

Not just a pretty face, Toby Huntington-Whiteley anticipated the Great British summer’s end in a truly transitional look. By pairing fairly smart trousers with a white T-shirt and bomber, Rosie’s sibling tackled tricky smart-casual territory while skirting the tumbling temperatures. Forecast: very, very cool.

Toby Huntington-Whiteley wearing a bomber jacket and trousers