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From: Esquire UK
The perennially well-dressed Ryan Reynolds does it again with this clean and casual look of 'Shacket', chinos and slick white Converse.
As the new face of Gucci, Tom Hiddleston has swapped dodgy vests and Taylor Swift for immaculate Italian tailoring, regal manors and magnificent Afghan hounds.
Alexander Skarsgård is the current standard-bearer for well-dressed Scandis in Hollywood and a man who scarcely puts a foot wrong when it comes to his tailoring; as shown again by this charcoal suit nicely offset with a burgundy tie and dark tan shoes.
(That means 'well done' in Swedish, btw.)
Justin Theroux has a motorbike and stuff, so it's no surprise that his dress sense is on the carefree and rock'n'roll spectrum - in a good way of course. There are also a lot of trends to check off here: gold watch, suede Chelsea boots with a bomber jacket to finish it all off.
British/Nigerian actor David Oyelowo showed just the right amount of panache by adding a bold printed tie to his subtle indigo tailoring and loafers look. Note how his trousers sit just above the ankle with no pooling. Good work Dave.
Can we call you Dave?
Catching the last days of summer over in LA, Jeremy Piven keeps it smart and simple in military green, black with a nice little hint of ankle. How risqué.
The Birth of a Nation actor is a bigger-than-us 6'4, making the exceptional fit of this dark blue three piece even more impressive. There's no excuses when it comes to the cut of your suit.
Woody Allen knows that oversized military jackets and wide-leg trousers are going to be BIG this year. He's sort of styling out the bucket hat too.
It's a rare thing to see Novack Djokovic dressed in anything other than polyester, but during a visit to the Milan front row, the world number one looked ace , smashing, very well put together in this simple, but sharp monochrome outfit, finished off with an on-trend bomber.
Yes, we just featured him, but when Becks keeps dressing this well he can't help but be included.
Again, we're not sold on the newsboy hat, but that navy double-breasted overcoat (a great look for this time of year) works perfectly with suede Chelsea boots and dark denim.
Miles Teller: irritating face, excellent approach to tailoring, as you can see here with this superbly executed charcoal three-piece.
You'd think that after 20 years in the hip hop spotlight Andre 3000 would be beginning to lose some of his sheen, but then again, this is Andre 3000 we're talking about here.
In typically laid-back style, the Outkast frontman turns this pretty unassuming outfit into something that looks at once effortless and very, very cool.
Probably because he's Andre 3000.
The creative director at Brioni, Justin O'shea has made high-waisted trousers and dramatic tailoring a style signature, which is why we can just about forgive him for the drastic gold satin shirt.
Keeping it simple in slim black denim, a plain white t-shirt and a beige spread collar jacket, professional handsome person Ollie Cheshire was a strong advocate of clean and classic style during London Fashion Week.
Taking some style inspiration from the school of Ryan Gosling, Ethan Hawke does a good turn of refined formal in slim navy suiting finished off with a crisp white shirt. Sans tie, of course.
Just to clarify, this is not a good look. Not in any capacity, sense nor universe, but we've included Chris Pine as a warning against the dangers of personal style hubris.
Pine has spent much of the summer being the best dressed guy going, but he's obviously let it all go to his head, as you can tell from this bizarre combination of 12-year-old skater/farm worker/badly dressed tourist.
Why, Chris? Why?
While the headwear choice is a little polarising, Becks has taken no time at all in adapting to autumn with this subtle corduroy suit and suede chelsea boots combination.
The dramatic lapels and hefty windowpane checks aren't easy to pull-off, but, when you're Don Draper and wearing it with as much confidence as Jon Hamm is here, the bold grey suit is a real style power move.
Basketball star Russell Westbrook went for a high-end street style aesthetic this week in head to toe Saint Laurent. We're already starting to see an autumn trend here with the brown suede Chelsea boots.
In our opinion the best red carpet dresser out there, Gosling proves again that you can create a signature look—patterned Gucci and an 'air' tie—without becoming a try hard. Something that is definitely more challenging than he makes it look.
While every wannabe and their dog is attempting the upmarket athleisure look right now, Mercury Music Prize winner Skepta's been sporting dad caps and expensive sportswear for years. We also take great enjoyment in the fact that he made his crew dress in all-white while he took the black on black limelight.
British actor Sam Clafin is seen here in Toronto looking very suave in full Dolce & Gabbana tailoring and patent leather derbies, with just the right amount of subdued accessories thrown in for good measure.
Savile Row maestro Ozwald Boateng showing here why every man needs a dark green suit in their arsenal. Kudos as well for the contemporary omission of a tie.
While we wouldn't typically endorse a black shirt in any environment, well-dressed Scandi Viggo Mortensen has made a dark wool blazer and darker shirt something of a signature look and, somehow, it works for him.
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