This week I've finally managed to put together a Most Stylish of the Week post without any of the usual suspects, which is refreshing.
Liam Hemsworth's style seems to have improved a lot in the last few months. This week he looked relaxed and stylish at the airport in a flecked jumper and a vintage canvas bag that had slight David Beckham vibes.
It's funny how Gabriel Mann's character in 'Revenge' is to unfashionably preppy but his off-scren style is so sharp, almost edgy. This week the actor gave another lesson in 'less is more' with an all-black look, which he made interesting adding a shawl collar grey cardigan and penny loafers.
Ryan Reynolds is a few years ahead of Hemsworth and it shows. His colour combinations and accessorising are fashionable but subtle and manly. It's all about the man-foulard.
Back on Tuesday at the British Fashion Awards I was in absolute awe of Erdem Moralioglu's evening look. The designer dresses himself with the same elegance and taste that he does women. It was a very classic number that fitted perfectly and I am always appreciative of a colourful sock.
Valentino Garavani was in town this week for the opening of this exhibition, Valentino: Master of Couture, at Somerset House. He's not only a legendary designer but also an Italian so he knows how to look sharp. In this look below I am loving the fur lapels of the coat and the rich detailing of this Jimmy Choo gold paisley-embroidered velvet slippers.
Flynn Bloom – Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom's son – is not the first toddler to appear on a MSOTW post but his style easily beats Benjamin Brady's. If at 1 I'm already jealous of his jumper, imagine what his style is going to be like in 20 years.