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Excluding Eddie Redmayne, the GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House in London yesterday evening was awash with handsome men in dark suits.

Justin Timberlake (in Tom Ford) and Pharrell Williams (in Lanvin) both opted for textured suits with bow ties jazzing up the traditional tux, while David Gandy kept it simple and classic in his Henry Poole & Co. bespoke three-piece suit.

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Cara Delevingne In Burberry - Art of the Trench Asia

Burberry celebrated its first Art of the Trench in Asia yesterday evening, which was held at the recently opened Burberry K11 store in Shanghai, China.

The event was hosted by British model Cara Delevingne, who wore a sleek white Burberry shawl-collar one-button suit which she opted to wear without a top, decorating her décolletage with gold necklaces.

Her green eyes were enhanced with a mocha eye colour, plus a rich plum shade was applied to her lips using Burberry Beauty products.

The only thing I would have changed about the look are those stacked-platform shoes, which feel a bit cumbersome in comparison to the rest of her look.

Credit: Courtesy of Burberry

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Ashton Kutcher Rings NYSE Opening Bell In Burberry

Ashton Kutcher rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday in New York City.

The ‘Jobs’ actor, who plays former Apple CEO Steve Jobs in the new biopic, put a handsome twist on the trading room floor in his burgundy-brown Burberry suit.

To contrast the darker suit, he mixed in a light lavender-blue button-down and a navy paisley-printed skinny tie.

A bit of scruff on his face and on his well-worn shoes was all Ashton needed to complete his NYSE entrance.

Credit: Getty

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Posted by Rachel Watkins on August 7th, 2013 In: Ashton Kutcher, Burberry, Menswear

Jennifer Ansiton In Burberry - 'We're The Millers' New York Premiere

You could have knocked me down with a feather when I saw that Jennifer Aniston wasn’t wearing black on the red carpet for the New York premiere of ‘We’re The Millers’ held at the Ziegfeld Theater yesterday evening.

I would’ve loved to have seen her don a summery hue; however, she kept it fall-like wearing a rich plum Burberry strapless calf-length frock with a keyhole detail.

The most surprising thing here is the length. Usually the actress loves an above-the-knee length to show off those toned, tanned pins.

While she wasn’t predictable when it came to the dress, the hair was classic Rachel, I mean Jennifer.

Gold earrings and grey Casadei suede sandals with a gold trim and blade heel accessorized her look.

Do you like this refreshing change, or are you bothered by the length of her dress?

Credit: Getty

Ryan Reynolds In Burberry - ‘Turbo’ New York Premiere

Ryan Reynolds joined his wife Blake Lively on the red carpet for the screening of the animated flick ‘Turbo’, which he lends his vocals to, which had its New York premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square yesterday evening.

The actor also wore Burberry, opting for dark hues in total contrast to his wife’s summery look.

He wore an ink-blue suit styled with a forest-green shirt, striped tie and dark-brown shoes.

Despite not picking up the summery suit baton set down by Armie Hammer a few weeks ago, this sharp suit is still BDOTW worthy.

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