Who: Timothée Chalamet

Where: Beautiful Boy Premiere, BFI London Film Festival

There’s nothing wrong with playing it safe (after all, menswear is built on classics), but there’s plenty to be admired about Timothée Chalamet’s suit, which is more dangerous than a rose bush full of thorns. Underneath said masterpiece, the actor and heartthrob du jour gave a masterclass in statement pieces, keeping everything else simple with a V-neck T-shirt, gold chain and Chelsea boots.

Who: Tom Ford

Where: Hammer Museum Gala, Los Angeles

It would surely make for career suicide if fashion impresario Tom Ford hit the red carpet in anything less than a complete wardrobe success. No doubt that’s why the designer often sticks to this tried and tested look: a neatly cut suit worn with a simple white shirt and finished with just a little flair in the form of a polka dot scarf and ’70s style shades.

Who: Presley Gerber

Where: Fendi Mania Collection Launch Party, Los Angeles

How do you become a male model? Well, nab yourself one of the all-time greatest supermodels as a mum — Cindy Crawford, say — and then the rest is up to what you wear over the top of those supreme genes. A muted black and navy get-up built around relaxed fits is a good place to start, then just finish off with an IDGAF expression.

Who: T.I.

Where: Craig’s Restaurant, Los Angeles

T.I. deserves props for several reasons this week, not least because he proved that the graphic hoodie can be worn past your teenage years. Granted, a piece with your own mug stamped on it might be a bit weird if your name is Fred and you work in accounting. But hey, Fred, even you can get down with some light wash jeans and white sneakers.

Who: Cole Sprouse

Who: Elle Women In Hollywood, Los Angeles

Former child star Cole Sprouse may just be a “ye-ha” and a lasso away from going all Sundance Kid on us, but with the Western trend gathering pace, he’s nothing if not prepared. And so we get pinpoint boots, oversized collars and double contrasting breast pockets brought back into the real world with some contemporary slim fitting black trousers.

Who: Virgil Abloh

Where: Moët & Chandon x Virgil Abloh Launch Party, New York

A Moët & Chandon event? Dinner suit. A Moët & Chandon event for a bottle you’ve designed? Definitely dinner suit. Not if you’re Virgil Abloh, though, who popped the cork on his latest project in statement camouflage trousers and a check shirt. No need to mess with a uniform, we guess.

Who: Jamie Dornan

Where: My Dinner with Herve Film Premiere, London

Having downed whips with the conclusion of the Fifty Shades trilogy earlier this year, Jamie Dornan’s hands are now free to put together one or two killer looks, like this fine burgundy blazer, which is unstructured enough to get into bed nicely with a white tee and some dressed down jeans.

Who: Andres Velencoso

Where: Los Impecables Photocall, Madrid

Out of the blue and right back into it, we have Spanish model Andres Velencoso showing how to rock the colour top to toe in a thoroughly modern tailoring look that’ exudes sportiness thanks to some contrasting white sneakers and a fine gauge knit underneath. Impecables, indeed.

Who: Nick Jonas

Where: Beyond GLAAD Spirit Day Concert, Los Angeles

Real leather jackets don’t come cheap, but if you want to look top dollar, sometimes you just got to pay exactly that. Former boyband man, now Hollywood monolith Nick Jonas is a man partial to a bit of skin, knowing that the best way to pull one off is alongside other monochrome staples.

Who: David Tennant

Where: Camping TV Series Premiere, Los Angeles

Throwing a black roll neck under some tailoring is a menswear move as failsafe as tying your shoelaces. Case in point this week is smooth Scotsman David Tennant, who was seen looking all debonair (not to mention snug AF) in his, worn with a sharp houndstooth check suit for extra potency in a look that is hard to trip up on.