Here is a quick roundup of the men who have suited up in the name of fashion and movie premieres so far this week.
David Beckham: The former soccer star wore a Dior Homme wool and silk shawl-collar tuxedo. Black on black on black never looked so good. I love how he added a World AIDS Day red ribbon in support of the charity and his wife Victoria Beckham, who is a UNAIDS ambassador, while attending the British Fashion Awards.
Orlando Bloom: While the hair is a tad girlified for my liking, one can’t fault the British actor’s navy blue Lanvin silk shawl-collar tuxedo worn to the world premiere of ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ on Monday alongside Evangeline Lilly.
Harry Styles: Always looking very sharp, Harry wore a red vertical-striped suit from Lanvin’s Fall 2014 collection. Probably committing something of a fashion faux pas wearing a French brand to the British Fashion Awards, who has time to nitpick when this mod look suits his style to a T?
Richard Armitage: Looking ever so manly, the British actor donned an Ermenegildo Zegna brown, windowpane, three-piece, notch-lapel suit with a contrasting striped shirt, signalling that brown suits are swiftly becoming a trend on the red carpet.
Jake Gyllenhaal: I love this smart yet laidback Salvatore Ferragamo look, which has a sexy rugged appeal.
David Gandy: Prepare to swoon upon sight of David Gandy looking very dapper in this high-street offering from Marks & Spencer, which could – the designer would hate for me to say – pass as a Tom Ford suit with those wide lapels.
Luke Evans: The Welsh actor looked as handsome as ever in his grey three-piece suit while joining his co-stars at the ‘Hobbit’ world premiere.