Here we have selected the most noteworthy individuals and written a brief description so you know what to ask for next time you order from N&T.
From left to right:

Jim Chapman successfully sporting a three piece with mix and match fabrics. The addition of the silken pocket square and pocket watch adds a mature yet quirky touch.

Aaron Paul at the premiere for Need For Speed is in a black 3 piece. Mr Paul is not the tallest actor and this cut with a slim tie has helped elongate his frame.

Chris Hemsworth received his Oscar in a burgundy Dolce and Gabbanna shawl lapel tuxedo with contrasting black trousers proving black tie doesn’t have to mean all-black.

Essex boy David Gandy was top to toe in Tom Ford. The high shine grey suit might have suited a black shoe though Mr Gandy.

Kevin Spacey was at the Oscars in a royal blue peak-lapel dinner suit, black shoes and tie. Blue is definitely on trend this season and we expect more bright tones to come through.

Ty Burrell showing how great tailoring can make even a denim shirt look smart enough for the red carpet. Relaxed as he seems, this is not an effortless look and still takes thought.

Aloe Blacc effortlessly sporting a contrast grey V neck, beret and scarf with a double-breasted navy peacoat. I am not convinced the British weather is ready for sunglasses yet but this is definitely a look for the English gentlemen: flannels, light coloured knitwear with a navy blazer or light weight coat and a brown shoe. Classic with a twist.