Who: Johannes Huebl

Where: Screening of Arrival, New York

The US might not be a monarchy, but that didn’t stop Johannes Huebl bringing a little British countryside to the Big Apple. The waxed field jacket is every inch the lord of the manor, but Huebl updates the look with monochrome, easy-to-wear pieces elsewhere. Jolly good.

Who: Douglas Booth

Where: The 2016 British Fashion Awards, London

Most men don’t have Boothy’s bone structure, but at least we can steal his tux. Here, he provides all the essentials in the black tie starter kit: gleaming dress shoe, impeccable fit and a subtle detail to the jacquard dinner jacket. Looking for party style pointers? Take note.

Who: Milo Ventimiglia

Where: The Annual Beat the Odds Awards, California

Milo Ventimiglia: proof that low-key knits aren’t just for librarians. Here, the Heroes star balances earth tones with a monochrome palette, letting subtle colour take the statement spot.

Who: Sebastian Stan

Where: Esquire’s Style Mavericks Of The Year, New York

Dots on checks on checks might sound tricky, but Sebastian Stan simplifies the equation by sticking to one overarching colour palette. Checkmate.

Who: Robbie Rogers

Where: Esquire’s Style Mavericks Of The Year, New York

Robbie Rogers might spend most days in a football jersey, but he fills a two-piece just as well. Here, the LA Galaxy winger reinvents traditional tailoring with the wide-panelled check – a smart way to kick-up an otherwise quiet look.

Who: Sean O’Pry

Where: Esquire’s Style Mavericks Of The Year, New York

Too often celebrities – even models – fall foul of a stylist’s slip-ups; their red-carpet finery ruined by a sloppy hem or too-tight jacket. Sean O’Pry on the other hand, retains his title as world’s most impossibly stylish male model in a dressed-down tailored look that’s OK Hand emoji.

Who: Scott Disick

Where: California

He may be keeping shtum on his Kardashian reunion, but Scott Disick’s off-duty look speaks volumes. The bomber jacket adds bulk up top, while a longline tee rejigs the silhouette without veering too left-field. Unlike his driving.

Who: Idris Elba

Where: On Set Of The Mountain Between Us, Canada

On anyone else, this look would read ‘80s schoolteacher. On Big Driis, it’s head-to-toe tonal colours and the camel coat – two of menswear’s biggest cold-weather trends – effortlessly rolled into one.