Who: Ryan Gosling
Where: La La Land Screening, London
It’ll take more than a Reynolds-Garfield snog to steal Gosling’s thunder, especially in get-ups like this. The three-piece is equal parts classic and flawless thanks to a subtle herringbone texture and all the right accessories. Pucker up.
Where: Giorgio Armani Show, Milan
Gone are the chains, peroxide locks and slogan caps. What’s left is a rapper that uses classic pieces to flex modern trends, specifically relaxed trousers and statement outerwear in 2017’s key colour. The future’s bright.
Who: James Marsden
Where: Decoding The Beauty Of Time Gala Dinner, Geneva
Actor James Marsden proves you can still impress by playing it safe on the red (or in this case, black) carpet. The Ivy League ensemble makes the most of classic shades and earth tones, with a microdot shirt adding a quiet edge.
Who: Johannes Huebl
Where: Salvatore Ferragamo Fashion Show, Milan
True, Johannes Huebl would look good even in a bin bag, but we have to applaud his knack for tailoring. Here, a classic overcoat replaces the three-piece jacket, paired with expertly-cut trousers and a standout waistcoat and tie combo. Have a day off, Jo.
Who: Nick Jonas
Where: LAX Airport
You don’t need a front row ticket to show off your style skills, just one that gets you onto a flight. Nick Jonas follows a long line of celebs to treat the departures lounge like a Dior show, with a statement overcoat bang on new year trends. Joggers are no longer fit to fly.
Who: Joe Jonas
Even a West Coast downpour can’t rain on Joe Jonas’s casualwear parade. The borg-lined trucker jacket is an example of how a classic piece can be given new life with colour and the Camp Rock grad keeps his feet firmly in 2017 with Y3 sneakers.
Who: Mahershala Ali
Where: Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Never air your dirty laundry (or dry cleaning) in public. Unless, that is, you make like Mahershala Ali in a sharp ode to workwear. The American actor didn’t stop at double denim, layering over the top a ready-for-the-ranch jacket complete with check patches.
Who: Edgar Ramirez
Where: World Premiere Of Gold, NYC
Journalist, political activist, actor and, turns out, a dab hand in the wardrobe department. Is there anything Edgar Ramirez can’t do? The pinstripes not only sit on the right side of 1980s power dressing, but also cleverly elongate the frame of a man just shy of six foot. Add optical illusionist to that CV.