Who: Dev Patel
Where: Lion Special Screening, LA
Dev Patel’s back on the Hollywood circuit (and so is his stylist, evidently). Acing a two-piece is, by now, second nature to the red carpet veteran but here Patel takes a more contemporary, dressed-down approach, sporting a burgundy crew neck jumper in lieu of a shirt and tie.
Who: Brooklyn Beckham
With parents like Posh and Becks, dressing smart’s a cinch. Instead of his usual suited finery, Brooklyn this week stepped out in a perfectly pitched pairing of Saved By The Bell style and SoCal skater vibes. Boy’s got good jeans, you see.
Who: Eddie Redmayne
Where: 2016 Hennessy Gold Cup, Newbury Racecourse
Eddie Redmayne was made for a day at the races. Here, his grey woollen two-piece is classic country gent, while the pale blue shirt and navy overcoat combo brings a muted splash of colour.
Who: John Legend
Will John Legend just give us a break? If he isn’t tormenting us with snaps of Chrissy Teigen, he’s nailing the printed bomber trend. Take a day off, John.
Who: Justin Theroux
Justin Theroux DGAF, which is why here he rolls not two, but three trends into one knockout look. Metallics? Check. Funnel neck? Check. Quilting? Yup. Men everywhere, time to up your airport game.
Who: Luke Evans
Where: 2016 Save The Children UK Winter Gala, London
Proving a ruffled dress shirt ain’t just for a 1970s costume party, Evans grounds his retro piece with classic black tie attire, letting the detail quietly pop on a navy backdrop.
Who: Val Chmerkovskiy
Where: GMA Studio, NYC
Dancing With The Stars is more sequins than sartorial, but that doesn’t stop Val Chmerkovskiy when he’s off the dancefloor. Here, the Ukrainian dancer opts for a loose-fitting grey tailored shirt and trousers, which on paper might sound dull, but the camel overcoat adds some much-needed contrast. Ten points.