Bomer alert. Once again, the man who made White Collar makes a simple suit look a million dollars. This time, by swapping novelty for a razor-sharp fit with all the right accessories – knitted tie, pale blue shirt and a tonal flex throughout.
We’re not sure why John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are standing like choir boys at mass. But there is something great about a monochrome look made memorable with a knitted polo, tucked in for a cleaner edge. Probably the best Sunday best we’ve seen.
Only Johannes Huebl can make magazine flicking an art form. Although oh-so-casually loitering and not at all playing up to the photographers, the 39-year-old does demands attention in a standout look – a series of staples married by a neutral palette, with a perfectly-deployed colour pop to the socks.
Broadway stars aren’t all jazz hands and sequins. Okay, so they might be pretty jazz hands, but that didn’t stop Bandstand star Corey Cott scoring a high note with a Mayfair-ready look. The grey tones throughout are a solid, safe move, while a faint windowpane check adds depth to what could have been a forgettable look. Your name’ll be in lights, kid.
Cinema’s most promising newcomer Algee Smith also has a wardrobe to match. At the Detroit premiere, the 22-year-old wasn’t content in co-star John Boyega’s shadow, using a statement shirt to lift a staple two-piece and anchoring with a muted navy shade. Somebody get this man a Tom Ford contract.
Wilmer Valderrama is a testament to the phrase ‘slow burn’. Despite humble beginnings on That 70s Show, as his CV developed, so too has his style, ditching period bellbottoms for a blackout look that flatters and fits in all the right places.
No, that isn’t a typo – you are looking at Seth Rogen. Gone are the stained tees, the Annie curls and the stoner checks, leaving a Hollywood look that’s simple but sharp. The olive green jacket is a quiet way to inject colour, best anchored by staples elsewhere for a foolproof look.
Everyone’s favourite Kardashian-in-exile has recently been spotted with Kim K, but no amount of camo will hide Scott Disick from the vult- sorry, the paparazzi. By sticking to a base palette of earth colours – as opposed to Siberian oranges, shudder – Kourtney’s former flame can pare down the statement with any wardrobe staple on the hanger.
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