Who: Chris Pine

Where: Hell Or High Water Screening, Texas

His on-screen look might’ve been Texan cowboy, but Chris Pine’s premiere style is a lot more refined.

As the Star Trek star proves here, a roomy, summer-ready Cuban collar shirt comes up trumps when teamed with a contrasting trouser. Extra points for a statement print that stops short of OTT.

Who: Luke Pasqualino

Where: The Royal Salute Coronation Cup, London

Remember Freddie from Skins? Yeah? Well, this is him now. Yup, he’s moved up in the world. No more teenage house parties – polo matches are more his thing.

Pasqualino nails dressing sharp in the heat here, opting for warm weather-ready fabrics in a palette of neutral and pastel hues.

Who: David Gandy

Where: Aspinal of London’s Summer Dinner, London

No man does a double-breasted jacket like David Gandy. The number one name in power tailoring, Gandy not only works hard for a frame to fill his suits, he’s got an eagle eye for fit too.

Here, an unexpected choice of colour and an air tie prove that while Gandy’s got his classics down pat, he’s also a dab hand at switching it up.

Who: Idris Elba

Where: Star Trek Premiere, New York

Is there anything Idris Elba can’t do? In addition to DJing sold-out soul nights, hoodwinking authorities in The Wire and voicing tigers in The Jungle Book, he’s also found time in his schedule to school the world on tonal dressing with this navy, blue and grey ensemble.

That’s Bond-worthy in our books.

Who: Jeff Goldblum

Where: Oceana Sting ‘Under The Stars’ Event, Los Angeles

Jeff Goldblum’s career might have seen some sticking points over the years, but his style credentials have never faltered.

Case in point: this classic take on the suit. The texture of the fabric adds interest to the look where the choice of colour could leave it cold, while the signature specs add an extra layer of refinement.

Who: Michael B. Jordan

Where: Comic-Con, San Diego

Who said Comic-Con was just for nerds in Sailor Moon costumes?

Creed star Michael B. Jordan keeps it more casual than cosplay with dark denim, a punchy dinosaur motif sweatshirt and red hi-tops – proof that pros can pull off not one, but two statement pieces at the same time.

Who: Rami Malek

Where: Comic-Con, San Diego

Mr. Robot star Rami Malek brings some serious sophistication to an otherwise hoodies and jeans affair with this timeless get-up.

Balancing the boldness of his Cuban collar shirt with a classic black trouser, Malek makes no bones about the fact that he’s a menswear pro – just check out that shirt-tuck.

Who: Joe Jonas

Where: Hollywood, Los Angeles

Joe Jonas has come a long way since Taylor Swift and promise rings.

Wearing a simple striped vest and black short combo, the pop sensation adds to his long list of on-point off-duty looks – proving all you need is a staples-led wardrobe (and maybe a full-time stylist).

Who: Josh Dallas

Where: Comic-Con, San Diego

Getting on menswear’s current 1970s tip is easier said than done. Bell-bottoms and pussy bow blouses might look fresh on the runway, but they’re often a little too far-out IRL.

Here, Thor star Josh Dallas shows you how to channel the decade of disco without going full-on Dancing Queen.

On another note, when did Comic-Con become the hottest party of the year?