Who: Luka Sabatt

Where: amfAR Gala, Los Angeles

Taking this whole ironic fashion thing to newfound, deeply unbelievable levels this week is menswear model and influencer Luka Sabbat, who wore his views on the whole sex before marriage thing on the tip of his hat. Celibacy aside, you’ve got to admire a man who can make an all-black outfit look this interesting, by sliding a slim-fitting hoodie underneath a lapel-less blazer.

Who: David Gandy

Where: Ralph Lauren And The Rake Anniversary Party, London

Who can rock a three-piece, mix that brown and grey, top it within an overcoat and be on his way? The Gandy man, can. The reason this outfit works so well is down to several failsafe combinations: brown shoes and a light grey suit, a bronze watch and near-tonal knitted tie, the impeccable cut of the coat and, well, the man himself.

Who: Jonah Hill

Where: Mid90s Screening at West LA Courthouse, Los Angeles

Wait, what? Jonah, are you okay? Where’s the tie-dye, the flamboyant camp collar shirts, and the pink hair? It appears as if the actor has gone through a style cleanse, purging himself of the Scumbro look to leave behind this tidy all-black jumper and wide-legged trousers combo. We guess there’s only so much Palace one man can wear in a lifetime.

Who: Johannes Huebl

Where: Hugo Boss Prize, Artists Dinner, New York

Model Johannes Huebl isn’t one to take risks, but why would you mess with the formula when it comes up with the right answer every time. And so we got this look, a slick roll-neck added to cropped tailored trousers, stylish monk strap shoes and a thick, check coat which equals ding, ding, chicken dinner, we’ve got ourselves a menswear winner.

Who: Stanley Tucci

Where: A Private War Premiere, BFI London Film Festival

Not only is Stanley Tucci an underrated actor, but for our money, he’s a severely underrated style icon, too. The Children Act star’s style is throwback Hollywood glamour, and his tailoring game is tip-top, as he showed on the red carpet this week with a beauty of a grey checked effort welcomingly neutralised by a sharp white shirt and dark tie underneath.

Who: Oliver Cheshire

Where: Amazon Fashion Pop-Up Shop, London

Rugged, stylish, an example of absolute menswear perfection, this description could as easily be applied to Oliver Cheshire himself as the sherpa-lined trucker jacket. Showing equal support for online retail giant Amazon at its new pop-up fashion store and the classics of the male wardrobe, the Chesh pulled together a ‘fit we want to add to cart immediately.

Who: Rafferty Law

Where: Amazon Fashion Pop-Up Shop, London

Laying down the streetwear law in a week of relative demureness is model Rafferty Law, son of Jude and a fervent supporter of all those hyped-up, priced-up brands knocking about at the moment. Despite opting for an all-oversized-errthang look, there’s a welcome taper at the bottom of his trousers which meet a pair of sturdy lace-up boots, adding structure to an unstructured look. Your honour, we approve.

Who: Common

Where: Hunter Killer Premiere, New York

Bringing all his ammo to the menswear battle this week, rapper Common was spotted looking even more stylish than usual at the premiere of action-thriller flick Hunter Killer. Fond as we are of the smart side-stripped trousers, it’s his envy-inducing camo blouson that cuts off neatly at the waist that has got us standing to attention.

Who: Robert Pattinson

Where: amfAR Gala, Los Angeles

R-Patz is back on the red carpet, and thank goodness he’s swapped out the weird bowl cut and the confusing school shorts for a look far more befitting of leading man status. You can never go that wrong with a good suit, just make sure the fit is on point, and you know what colour shoes to wear with the trousers; in this case, black Derbies to complete the deep blue shade.

Who: Lucky Blue Smith

Where: InStyle Awards, Los Angeles

Lucky by name, lucky by nature, Lucky Blue Smith certainly hit the jackpot when it came to the gene pool, but his style is entirely self-made. Monochrome is a tried and tested colour palette, but boots and cropped tailored trousers, however, are a bit more risky business. Get away with it like Smith, though, by making sure there’s not a visible gap between trouser and shoe.