What an amazing week! Thanks to the Cannes Film Festival and The CW Upfront we have seen some of the best fashion moments of the month.
Chris Pine, who has no need of either event, looked his usual awesome self in a Ralph Lauren Purple Label navy double breasted suit, which he very aptly accessorised with a patterned pocket square and tie. The latter's peach hue tied the outfit together paired up with the tan leather shoes.
My current style crush Austin Butler blew everyone's socks off (his own included) at the CW Upfront event. He wore a cropped pair of flecked trousers with a skinny-lapelled tux blazer over a casual henley and battered brown leather shoes. He topped it off with a pair of brilliant round specs and his usual god-like hair.
I didn't expect Justin Timberlake to make an appearance at Cannes but was happy to see him rocking a super chic ensemble in a khaki and beige colour palette. The key item was his great Belstaff oversixed cropped trench coat and his new Michael Pitt-inspired haircut.
Jamie Redknapp looked as if he had been born in his Thom Sweeney tuxedo. The ex-footballer showed everyone all the good things a bespoke suit can do for a man.
Another sportsman, Thom Evans, attended this week's Gatsby screening in London in a very dapper ensemble. His Bespoke HQ Prince of Wales double-chested suit was excellently accessorised with a stripped bow tie and blue suede slippers also by Bespoke HQ.
Wilson Bethel's olive green Gant Rugger suit was a breath of fresh air on the CW Upfront red carpet. I do admire a guy who understands the power of colour when it comes to tailoring. His tie was a bit too skinny for my taste but the tan leather belt and shoes were bang-on.
Always a rockstar dresser, Justin Theroux looked exceptional this week in a pair of skinny biker denim (by Bailmain?), which he wisely paired with a simple white tee, his signature black boots and a killer khaki varsity jacket.
Joel Edgerton debuts on the MSOTW with a double hit. The actor first landed in Cannes looking suave in an off-white Salvatore Ferragamo suit with peak lapels – degradé Way Farers and printed pocket square right on the note – and proceeded to look just as great the same evening in a 3-piece tux with velvet details also by Ferragamo.
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