19.07.13 Menswear, Premiere

Armie Hammer In Ermenegildo Zegna & Johnny Depp In Tom Ford – ‘Lone Ranger’ Berlin Premiere

Armie Hammer In Ermenegildo Zegna & Johnny Depp In Tom Ford - 'Lone Ranger' Berlin Premiere

Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp joined Ruth Wilson on the red carpet at the Sony Centre in Germany this evening for the Berlin premiere for ‘Lone Ranger’.

Armie Hammer: Stand back, because the Armie is on a roll. His Ferragamo suit was divine, however, I find myself crushing on the Ermenegildo Zegna custom suit he wore this evening. Maybe it because I love that his blue checkered blazer was styled with solid navy pants for an interesting twist; maybe the man just wears every suit he dons so well, or maybe it’s because this suit brings out his baby-blue eyes. Either way, the sleek styling which included a striped shirt, a navy tie with a silver tie pin and brown shoes bags him a late spot on the BDOTW list.

Johnny Depp: The actor, who had a pinstripe fetish for a while, wore a shiny grey Tom Ford three-piece suit with wide lapels which he styled with a sexy silk black shirt and matching pocket square. Opting for a few silver jewels on this occasion; he of course completed his look with signature tinted glasses.

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19.07.13 Menswear, Premiere

Armie Hammer In Salvatore Ferragamo – ‘Lone Ranger’ Tokyo Premiere

Armie Hammer In Salvatore Ferragamo - 'Lone Ranger' Tokyo Premiere

Armie Hammer attended the ‘Lone Ranger’ Tokyo premiere held at Roppongi Hills in Japan on Wednesday evening.

Looking very handsome, the actor wore a Salvatore Ferragamo suit.

His light-grey two-button custom-made suit with peak lapels was styled with a white dress shirt, midnight-blue patterned tie and navy polka-dot pocket square.

I’m loving the day-old beard; it adds a rugged edge to his dapper look.

‘Lone Ranger’ opens on August 2 in Japan.

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10.07.13 Menswear

Armie Hammer In Calvin Klein – Conan

Armie Hammer In Brunello Cucinelli - Conan

Armie Hammer made a guest appearance on Conan to talk about his new movie ‘The Lone Ranger’.

The actor wore a grey cnotched-lapel Calvin Klein suit with a white dress shirt sans tie.

Armie spiced up his look with a marble-print pocket square and a pair of blue-and-turquoise striped socks courtesy of Happy Socks.

The myriad of blue hues make the socks ideal for contrasting against his light-grey suit and I would imagine they are quite a conversation starter.

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Menswear Round Up

Menswear Friday

David Beckham: The former footballer started his day front row at Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2014 menswear show as the fashion circus moved from Milan to Paris. David was, of course, decked out in LV, looking looking devilishly handsome in a dressy-casual look consisting of a navy-blue blazer, green tee, dark-wash jeans and lace-up brown boots.

Johnny Depp: Still stuck on pinstripes, the actor attended the Moscow photocall for his latest movie ‘The Lone Ranger’ in Russia yesterday afternoon. He wore another pair of brown pinstripe pants with a Greg Lauren brown suede vest, with a white shirt by the same designer. Familiar styling, including shades, eclectic necklaces, a blue bandana and battered shoes, completed his look.

Matthew Morrison: The ‘Glee’ actor joined a host of lovely ladies at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party on Wednesday evening, wearing a grey check suit to which he added a quirky touch via his green bow tie.

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25.06.13 Menswear

Armie Hammer In Gant – Good Morning America & The Today Show

Armie Hammer In Gant - Good Morning America & The Today Show

Fresh off his BDOTW win, Armie Hammer headed to the ABC studios in New York City for a guest appearance on ‘Good Morning America’ before heading to the NBC Studios to join Kathie Lee and Hoda on the Today show to promote his new movie, ‘The Lone Ranger’.

The actor wore a blue linen Gant suit, which he styled with a white shirt, a dark-blue Brunello Cucinelli black tie and Esquivel brown lace-up shoes.

I would’ve loved to have seen this look sans tie with a button-down for a slightly less formal approach.