Who: Jamie Foxx

Where: Maxim Hot 100 Party, Los Angeles

Despite well-documented feuds with LL Cool J and Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx paints a more harmonious picture in his wardrobe. During an appearance at Maxim’s Hot 100 party, the Baby Driver star went full varsity in a statement jacket best anchored by all-American jeans and trainers. Nothing to argue about here.

Who: Stormzy

Where: Glastonbury Festival 2017

Worthy Farm, you are not worthy. After a standout year thus far, Stormzy placed the jewel in the crown at Glastonbury with a retro Adidas tracksuit. Not only was homage paid to all the great rap monarchs – RUN DMC, Diddy, Joe Budden and the like – it also made a befitting costume for the the new king of grime.

Who: Victor Cruz

Where: Louis Vuitton SS18 Show, Paris

Being a free agent means less time on the pitch, and more time at Paris Fashion Week. During the standard pre-show celeb rush at Louis Vuitton, American footballer Cruz scored in a look as simple as it is modern – tailored trousers for a flattering shape, and a graphic tee for an MVP statement.

Who: Cameron Dallas

Where: What I See Brooklyn Beckham Book Launch, London

Ugh, bloggers – sorry, influencers. Not only do they get paid comical amounts to take selfies, they do so in standout looks. Case in point, Cameron Dallas. The Vine star turned D&G frontman opted for a staple navy blazer dressed down with ripped white denims at Brooklyn Beckham’s book launch, modernising the look further with a choice double chain. Double-tap.

Who: Brandon Flowers

Where: Glastonbury Festival 2017

Sure, his band may have had their last hit nearly a decade ago, but frontman Brandon Flowers is still killing it in 2017. During a well-received show at Glastonbury, the 36-year-old went for all-black – which sounds dry for the Pyramid Stage – but amped up the showmanship with fluoro printed lapels. Brandy, you’re a star.

Who: David Beckham

Where: London

David Beckham’s style is much like his McDonald’s order (a Big Mac, if you didn’t know): solid, classic and lifted by a secret ingredient. Though instead of a weird tangy sauce, Golden Balls’ omission of a tie is your key takeaway here.

Who: Big Sean

Where: BET Awards 2017, Los Angeles

Big in name, big on texture – Big Sean went for all the feels at this year’s BET Awards. Dressed in a velvet jacket and sweatpants, this was undoubtedly a big statement but tempered by a staple white tee and simple Gucci kicks.

Who: Joe Manganiello

Where: 2017 NHL Awards, Las Vegas

Vegas: a likely venue for a Magic Mike alumnus. Thankfully however, Joe Manganiello lost the velcro rip-off pants in favour of a far safer look; a glove-fit failsafe two-piece that, hopefully, stayed on for the duration.