Professor Ryan Reynolds Will See You Now

Welcome to the Biggest Fits of the Week, a roundup of the strongest, wildest, and simply biggest celebrity fits from across the globe.

Jamie McCarthy

Ryan Reynolds

Death, taxes, and Ryan Reynolds looking slick as all hell in a mellow bit of red-carpet tailoring: these are the things we count on. Reynolds takes his duty as a leading man seriously, which extends to looking like one while promoting a movie—which is how you wind up wearing a corduroy Brunello Cucinelli suit that doesn’t feel that different from a pair of sweats or broken-in jeans, but looks a whole lot better. We’re really feeling the professorial additions, though: the moc-toe shoes and the ready-for-office-hours glasses. 

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

Michael K. Williams

Nothing more leisurely than silky, peacock feather-patterned PJs.

Matt Winkelmeyer

Taika Waititi

A perfectly modern suit: tapered-cropped-and-cuffed pants, chunky loafers, and finished off with a tee and a chain. 

Rosdiana Ciaravolo

John David Washington

Not many better red-carpet options than Fear of God’s recent foray into ultra-chill suiting.

Arturo Holmes

Joe Keery

You don’t see a ton of royal-blue, double-breasted, brass-buttoned jackets these days. And, honestly? That’s a shame. They’re great.

Seth Rogen

MEGA

Seth Rogen

Buzz cut and Birkenstocks: foolproof combo.

Rodin Eckenroth

Kumail Nanjiani

Much has been made of Kumail’s adventures in weightlifting. More should be made about Kumail’s adventures in sick polo shirts.

Rich Fury

Jack Kilmer

That’s right, fellas: we’re bringing back frilly collars.

Neil Mockford

Nick Jonas

We call this look The Big Shirt.

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

Michael Rooker

Number-one must-buy fall piece: a suede overshirt. (Number two: blue-tinted John Lennon glasses.)

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