Here is a round-up of menswear from this week.
Armie Hammer: After starting the week in a bright red Gucci suit, Armie toned things down for the Paris premiere for ‘The Lone Ranger’ donning a Ralph Lauren Black Label navy suit styled with a blue shirt featuring a white collar, green tie with asymmetrical stripes, a polka-dot navy-and-white pocket square and brown shoes. Do you prefer this more classic look or the more daring Gucci look?
Andrew Garfield: In the absence of on-and-off screen girlfriend Emma Stone, it was left to Andrew to promote ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ during Comic -Con this weekend. The actor wore a blue-and-indigo contrast-sleeve Burberry jacket paired with a Lanvin polo shirt, dark denim jeans and Nike sneakers. Even when dressed down, he still looks very dapper.
Ewan McGregor: From dapper to debonair, Ewan had me swooning when he took to the red carpet for the Aston Martin Centenary event this weekend. Looking handsome posing alongside one of the classic automobiles as if he’d just stepped onto the set of a James Bond movie, he wore a classic Neil Barrett tuxedo with satin lapels and a bow tie. Jimmy Choo ‘Prescott’ suede shoes with a patent leather toecap completed his look.
Ashton Kutcher: The handsome actor opted for a cool and casual look on Jay Leno last night wearing a Gant Rugger navy v-neck sweater over a white tee and Rag & Bone pants. To prevent the look feeling too one-note, I like how he added a red-white-and-black striped belt to his look.
Bruce Willis: Flying solo on the red carpet for the Munich photocall for ‘RED 2’ in Germany yesterday afternoon, Bruce kept his look simple wearing a navy suit with a light blue open-collar shirt.
Peter Sarsgaard: Also opting for a open shirt, Peter attended the ‘Blue Jasmine’ LA premiere yesterday evening wearing a grey notched lapel suit featuring perfectly tailored pants.