As of Saturday, the choices I had for MSOTW were a little on the dull side, like a sort of Cannes hangover. Luckily, Gucci came to save the day with their Chime for Change concert in London, which brought a few stylish guys who donned the brand.
My favourite look of the week is Ryan Reynolds blue number. His Gucci leather jacket crowns a very modern and very well-balanced smart casual look in electric blues with tan leather notes from the accessories. It was simply perfect from fit to execution but then again, Ryan always is.
John Legend also went for a Gucci number. It was, in fact, one of my favourite Gucci pieces of the season, which we saw on Mr Hudson back in March. I love this tie-less take with a simple white shirt as it allows the suit to be the protagonist.
After last week's epic Gucci moment, Bradley Copper toned it down a little in Paris looking chic in a Vivienne Westwood checked suit, which he wore with his versatile leather Oxford shoes.
Even though in his head Orlando Bloom thinks he looks ace all the time, outside of his head we see him a more of a slob dresser (who wears Rick Owens and Balenciaga). But the guy cleans up well. For his Cannes appearance the actor rocked a skinny-lapelled tux paired with a white shirt and bow tie. This isn't a ground-breaking style option but seeing as most guys always go for black and white I found it modern and refreshing.
Aaron Paul got married last week and looked great in his midnight blue tux (by Prada?) with black silk details. I wouldn't have gone for a colour like this for a non-evening event but, hey, it's nice to see a man not sticking to the boring and traditional.
I have never had anything against dreadlocks but some people look better without them. Such is the case of Glee's Samuel Larsen. He had been rocking the hairstyle for quite some time so I was happy to see him try something completely new channelling a bit of his inner hypster and it works!
I would never in a million years wearn an outfit like this but I am not Brad Pitt (in case you were wondering). The actor went for his usual effortless all-black look at the London premiere of 'World War Z'. his hair is longer, the goatee greyer and the sunglasses shinier. No one else in the world can pull this off. Period.