It can be hard to make a name for yourself when your parents are probably the most famous Brits on the planet. But if you’re Brooklyn Beckham, you take it in your stride, wearing custom Burberry that not only hides your broken collarbone but also has you topping every best dressed list in town. Move over, David.
Rarely can a grey suit make a statement. But hot on the press trail for the Oscar-tipped Hidden Figures, Aldis ensures he stands out from the pack with contrast, oversized lapels that make a spin without breaking the dress code.
He might have played everything from jailbait to jungle explorer in his career, but it’s not only Charlie Hunnam’s filmography that’s varied. Despite sometimes missing the mark, here, the actor looks a class act in a crosshatch blue suit, worn with a tonal shirt and tie. You’ve come a long way, Charlie boy.
Tom Ford is the jewel in the crown of menswear, and he’s got the threads to prove it. His sapphire velvet jacket is a rich and tactile alternative to standard eveningwear, grounded with all the usual trimmings. Nocturnal Animal, indeed.
Fresh from a flurry of stateside appearances, Tom Hiddleston drops his usual red carpet clobber for something more casual (though no less stylish). The combination of wardrobe staples is neatly tied together with a peacoat – a sharp way to incorporate structure into a comfortable look. Welcome home Tommy – we’re pleased to have you back.
Poor Ryan can try as hard as he likes to go incognito, but we could spot that perfectly-preened stubble a mile off. His trucker-jacket-over-leather layering masterclass is easy prey for paparazzi (and best-dressed lists).
If your name’s not down, you’re not coming in. Unless you’re Nick Jonas of course, in which case it’s straight through with a free glass of fizz. The singer’s striped bomber matches up with the tricolour knit, while staple jeans and slip-ons make for a queue-jump-worthy anchor.
Contrary to the old saying, don’t fight the Power – just dress like him. Straight Outta Compton star Keith Powers updates the Black Panther uniform thanks to a leather pilot jacket for added texture and a thin chain for some muted bling.
Birmingham-born model Sam Webb’s ode to monochrome might seem like a safe choice, but a striped knit underneath his slick blazer adds bulk up top and dresses down the look elsewhere. Razor-sharp jawline not required to pull off this look.
TV personality Darren Kennedy racked up the air miles to make this week’s best dressed list. Worn by one of Ireland’s most stylish exports, put together in Cuba (thanks to this River Island shirt) before landing in London to host a live red carpet session at The Brits.
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