As far as I'm concerned, any week in style is a great one as long as Ryan Gosling is out and about. The actor started promoting 'The Place Beyond the Pines' this week and he did so as he usually does – in style. Ryan wore a deep greyish green velvet two-button suit y Gucci (no one does velvet like them). He kept the rest of the outfit classic with black shoes and tie and a white shirt that allowed the suit to shine (in more than one way).
Joshua Jackson managed to dodge Diane Kruger for a couple of seconds and prove he is just a stylish – if only we didn't get distracted with his blonde girlfriend when they're together... He wore a beautiful 3-piece electric blue suit, which felt young and fresh thanks to the tie-less situation and the brown accents of the belt and the shoes.
Mark Ronson started the daring sartorial choices way before Ryan Gosling did, which is why I have always been a fan of his style. This week he rocked a double-chested green jacket, which he wore with a slim black shirt and trousers. He finished it off with – my favourite – Raf Simons' gold-chain black lace-up shoes.
The other Ryan – Ryan Reynolds, that is – is quickly becoming an icon of effortlessly chic preppy style. This week he wore the classic chinos and navy coat we've seen him in before with a perfect double layer of henley and cardigan. He looks so cool he makes Burger King look like Balthazar's takeout.
Justin Theroux has almost made it onto this weekly post many times, which is why I made room for him this time. While his tough rockstar look is nothing I would normally wear the guy really understands the importance of good fit and, more importantly, of texture. It's quite simply badass.
Another actor who has really been excelling lately is Daniel Craig who, once again, took casual chic to a whole new level of coolness. Another great example of how important a good fit it.