12 Most Stylish Celebrity Men of the Week
Star-studded is the best way to describe it.
With David Gandy and Johannes Huebl heading up this week’s celebrity best-dressed list, New York Fashion Week brought out the super models-turned-fashion commentators for the women’s spring shows, as well as the release of the official James Bond ‘Spectre‘ cars. Vroom.
Switching genres, actors Adrien Brody and Ryan Reynolds went A-game for Hollywood, parading sharp suits with off-beat ties that lifted typical tailoring to Academy Award-standards.
And the old dogs proved unteachable, giving the young guns a lesson in classic style. Actors Peter Sarsgaard and John Slattery sported pared back linen and a Seventies grey suit; accented by orange-hued shades mysterious enough make Tom Ford gush.
Mr Brody channelled his Euro ancestry with a jacquard check suit in dark grey. The embroidery tie is a nice change up from the pocket square. Brody doesn’t follow.
The blogger pre-show at Hugo Boss wearing a sports jackets in brazen checks. The all-white under layer gives a unified feel over chocolate loafers.
Double-cotton was the prescription for Sarsgaard who worn a casual single breast suit with grainy weave, matching the dishevelled tucking of an open neck shirt. The shades – in dark orange hue – confirmed the actor’s tailored nonchalance.
With a stylish dad, junior Smith went monochrome black. The Japanophile looked to a short-sleeved cardie-robe hybrid as a functional layering piece.
Gandy sang the blues at the ‘Spectre’ car launch rivalling the paint lustre of the black Land Rover with a gunmetal three-piece suit.
The Aussie actor attends the ‘The Girl In The Photographs’ premiere in a traditional double-breasted suit with hints of green, blue and grey for a touch of sheen. The matte white shirt – sans tie – lets the patent leathers pop.
Dashingly prep, Huebl has all the right moves – emblem blazer and schoolboy tie included – for a front row place at the Tommy Hilfiger show.
The Peoples ‘One To Watch’ event saw Ross go rock n roll in a longline tee and relaxed tapered denim in washed out black. Neck trinkets added some bling to the rustic, but the black blazer with leather lapel was the star feature.
Looking straight outta ‘Mad Men’, Slattery attends the Toronto Film Festival in a sleek, wool suit with spread collar shirt and neat tie. Tinted lenses prove a stylish move for shades.
Never boring, Reynolds kept to his signature slim blue suit but tweaked the traditional with a paisley tie – ultra thin – and the absence of belt.
Iconically summer, the designer sat front row in a Nordic blue linen suit undercut with ice-white Birkenstocks to match his shirt and pocket square. A fresh look for New York.
The actor atttends ‘High-Rise’ is a classsic window-pane check double-breasted suit. A Steve McQueen dream in baby blue and statement brown shoes.