Who: Justin O’Shea

Where: Buro 247 Fashion Forward Initiative

He may be out at the back door at Brioni, but Justin O’Shea’s look is a frontrunner. Mafioso styling meets a glove-like fit, and the faded umber pinstripe keeps the look out of the City.

At least they let him keep the suits.

Who: Justin Timberlake

Where: NYC

Many Americans can’t grasp the beautiful game. But JT has a handle on its style, at least, with a terrace-ready flat cap, Harrington jacket and Stan Smiths.

While all three are classics, the burgundy adds a firm but subtle colour pop. There’s only one Justin Timberlake.

Who: John Boyega

Where: Queen Of Katwe Screening, London

Whoever made a suit the red carpet norm should take a glance at John Boyega. The Star Wars hero proves that real style stretches beyond fashion’s eurocentrism, with a lion-print tunic shirt that roars louder than any penguin suit.

Who: Wentworth Miller

Where: Attitude Awards 2016, London

Miller’s been quiet since Prison Break, but his contrast look gets him back on our radar. Alone, the muted ensemble is in safe, albeit forgettable, territory. But the two-tone scarf adds volume – proof that one statement piece can speak for itself.

Who: Common

Where: LA

Common, once a Fubu fanboy, is now quite the style savant. And it’s all thanks to a pair of micropattern trousers, balanced with luxe leather slip-ons and a monochrome tee. How quickly we forget.

Who: Joe Jonas

Where: LA

Joe Jonas may be more au fait with Camp Rock than Highway to Hell, but the band tee still works. Mainly thanks to his ripped denim, which doubles down on the frontman thing, and Converse that keep the look the right side of pastiche. Rock on.

Who: David Oyelowo

Where: BFI London Film Festival, London

It might be after Labour Day, but David Oyelowo proves you don’t need to go dark. The Queen of Katwe star’s beige two-piece trumps a tuxedo, with extra tonal points for the tie and collar pin.

Who: Gaspard Ulliel

Where: Chanel SS17 Show, Paris

While bloggers exit cabs 15 times in the quest for a perfect shot, Gaspard Ulliel proves that understated is the prettier picture. Here, round lens shades are the statement accessory, while an all-black palette smartens denim. Snap happy.