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From: Esquire UK.
This might be cheating a bit, seeing as footballers don't really have a say in what kit they wear. But given the fact that Paul Pogba is the homegrown prodigy of the Euros and France have the best-looking strip out there, he definitely makes our cut for most stylish men of the week.
David Gandy has turned old school three pieces and wide ties into somewhat of a trademark. The fit is always spot on and it helps that he's irritatingly handsome too.
Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgård offers a mini-masterclass in summer dressing here. The linen cuban collar shirt, slim, but not too slim trousers and penny loafers all working perfectly together.
A two-for-one style package here, coming in the form of Liam Hemsworth and the always slick Jeff Goldblum, the latter of whom demonstrates a great alternative to wearing a suit without a stuffy shirt. The polo is a versatile and often underrated option regardless of occasion. Except black tie, no Fred Perry and dinner jackets worn together please.
Yes, a man in a pink tuxedo has made our best-dressed list. But when you're Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele, you can pretty much wear whatever you want and look good. Careful with trying this one at home, though.
Basketball collossus Lebron James is seen here looking undeniably crisp in a classic black monk strap shoe and grey suit combo. The window pane check detailing makes this a business suit instead of just a plain old business suit. It also helps that Lebron's walking like he's one of the greatest athletes on the planet. Which, helpfully, he is.
Another man who is never less than immaculate when it comes to his clothes, Johannes Huebl keeps his red carpet look understated and slim-cut at the CFDA awards this week. Proving that you don't necessarily need to go all out in order to stand out.
At first glance Canadian singer The Weeknd might look like he's just wearing a tracksuit. But this isn't any old tracksuit, oh no. This is a Palace x Adidas tracksuit, which sold out in about 24 seconds when it went on sale a couple of weeks back. Paired with the Y-3 trainers and you've got a very expensive and very trendy sportswear ensemble.
The style winners from Broadway's biggest night.
Turns out it all started with a ceramic vase.
It's a whole new way of making apparel.
Straight from Milan.
Don't be shy with prints.
The Midas cut for a sleek hairdo and groomed beard.