We have entered the most prolific time for the season for celebrity style – award season. From now until the end of February an endless happening of red carpets will be coming our way. And not only that, with London Collections: Men and Pitti kicking off this past week and Milan and Paris following I am going to be spoilt for choice!
Tinie Tempah has undoubtedly been the best dressed guy during the menswear fashion week in London. My favourite of his looks was his bright red suit, which he wore with Christian Louboutin loafers to the GQ dinner on the closing day. I honestly can't think of anyone who could have pulled off such a colour while looking so slick.
One of my favourites, Eddie Redmayne, continues to show the world what true British style is all about. For the People's Choice Awards this week he wore a checked olive green wool suit. The navy cardigan, the unbuttoned shirt and the bright pocket square give the outfit a modern and young vibe.
And Ryan Gosling is back! A man's got to promote his films so it looks like we're gonna get to enjoy some more of his spectacular red carpet moments. He starts the year with a nutmeg Gucci suit paired with a crisp white shirt, black satin tie and studded leather lace-ups. I would elaborate on why this is such a successful look but it's pretty straightforward, no?
This could have easily been an all-Tinie Tempah post but I edited my favourite looks down to two. The second one is a more subtle but equally stylish number by Burberry the singer wore to the brand's breakfast at their Knightsbridge menswear store.
David Gandy was all over the LC:M shows this seasons but, quite frankly, he relies on his looks too much. Things might always look great on him but style-wise a man's got to make some effort. One of my preferred looks this week was this black and blue number that mixed formal and casual elements perfectly.
And lastly, Harry Styles is back in London. He made his way through Heathrow earlier this week is the perfect musician look. I am especially keen on the jacket – great modern take on a trench – and the Carhartt hat, which adds a needed pop of colour.