I was close to skipping this week's Most Stylish of the Week again because of fashion week but I thought I couldn't deprive you from the weekly dose of celebrity style for much longer... ha!
We can expect some great fashion moments from the press tour of 'The Lone Ranger', which kicked off this weekend. Armie Hammer, who usually looks great but a tad too conventional for my taste, stepped out of the box in a beautiful pale pink Tom Ford linen suit worn with a white shirt and Ford's signature black knit tie.The cut is classic but right on the money and the colour is unexpected but elegant with a dash of preppy.
Also at the premiere was Johnny Depp, who is no stranger to best dressed lists. While I would have loved him to alter his trousers, I must admit no one could have ever rocked this Ralph Lauren navy pin stripe three-piece suit like him. The secret was in the native American accessorising, which was in line with the film and added Depp's personal touch.
It seems like Darren Criss has found his style mojo – finally! Or perhaps this is what an Emporio Armani suit does to a stylish man. All of the pieces fit him like a glove, now we just need him taken to the barber shop for some much-needed grooming makeover.
Meanwhile, in China, David Beckham went for a classic grey suit, which he kept looking modern with a square micro-print slim tie and his usual perfect hair – hence why he also deserves to be the best groomed of the week!
Even though David Gandy rarely departs with his signature look of slim double-chested blazer and contrast trousers I must admit he has been making some brilliant combinations in the past few weeks. One of his latest hits was this muted brown jacket worn over a low crew neck tee, navy chinos and battered suede boots.
Daniel Radcliffe has been featured on the Most Stylish of the Week almost as many times as Beckham, which is to say a lot. The actor knows the importance of well-fitting tailoring, specially if (like me) you're not gifted with a tall body. His modern grey suit looked fantastic with the dressed down t-shirt and the yellow pop of colour of the shocks. Topping it off (literally) was his sharp haircut.