Whether you are looking for inspiration or you just want to match -up your style with celebrities, here are some of the best outfits we have seen this week.
NBA superstars are infamous for some of their style choices but Nick Young puts on a great display here. A silk half-and -half shirt is paired with some metallic trousers.
Not many men can pull off an all-blue affair, Dominic Cooper manages this with ease, he even adds on a special touch with polka-dot socks.
You have never heard of him but you have probably worn the same clothes as the former Calvin Klein frontman. An on-trend striped Cuban collared shirt with white trousers is enough to make sure the imitation continues.
I still can't stop getting flashbacks of his infamous "rastamon" SNL skit but Brody knows how to wear a tux.
He may never sit on the Iron Throne but he can still dress like a king thanks to Paul Smith's tailoring.
"Take her to Chanel, 'cause she fine" sang the 45-year-old on his collaboration with Rae Sremmurd. Pharrell is an old-friend of Karl Lagerfield so he never misses a Chanel show. He opted for an embroidered logo sweat and classic blue denim.
What people need to understand is that classic style will never die or be beaten by any trend. What your dad wore and his dad before him is a timeless style that will always look good. Matt Smith proves this with a neutral blazer.
Also known by his moniker 'Fashion Killa', Rocky's partnership with Dior has been serving both parties well, here Rocky shows us the best of grey tailoring.
Sometimes all it takes is a simple shirt that can turn a suit from formal wear to casual wear. The 32-year-old wears a Brunello Cucinelli two-piece suit with a simple black t-shirt.
When choosing your rapper name you need to make sure you can live up to it. Desiigner rocks a pastel look anyone can easily copy with a few items in your wardrobe. Snap a pick with an insolent expression and you are good to go.
Which style choice is your favourite?
Yacht Of The Week: Baglietto Novita
Monte Carlo, 2019 – Baglietto, a historic shipyard in La Spezia, presents the 55-meter superyacht SEVERIN*S, launched in July of this year, as a worldwide premiere at the Monaco Yacht Show from September 25 to 28 (QE12).
ABOUT Motor Yacht SEVERINS
The new 55-meter hull is part of Baglietto’s traditional platform (the T-Line) designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The vessel’s soft and sleek lines reflect Baglietto’s traditional Italian style and, together with the lowered gunwales and side air vents, will embody the Seagull brand’s distinct aesthetic features. Francesco Paszkowski designed the warm and cozy interior in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini.
The layout, which is set up perfectly for charter with a total of six cabins, was developed through the wonderful cooperation between the Client, the Shipyard, and Francesco Paszkowski Design.
A conversation area with custom made U-shaped sofas welcomes guests at the stern of the main deck. A transparent glass door opens onto a pleasant teak interior and exterior space, set up with an eclectic brass and mirror bar cabinet, which accompanies the guest in the main living room furnished with Minotti loose furniture on the warm sand, ecru and anthracite colors with finishes in leather and bronze. A huge round dining table in lacquered oak and a bronzed mirror top dominates the central scene of this space, marked by the marble of the floor that interrupts the perimeter in soft light carpeting.
Behind, a large modern-style art wall acts as a dividing wall and enriches the context. In the central lobby, a panoramic glass and marble lift connects the three internal decks. The bow area is entirely dedicated to the family, dominated by the 70sqm owner’s suite, with a central bed, a walk-in closet and a separate office which can be accessed both from the cabin and from the corridor.
The recalls in bronze pickled resin of the bedheads harmonize well with the warm tones of nubuck and the ice-colored leather of the chaise longue and the Minotti puffs. The bathroom in honey-colored travertine and coffee brown marble takes up the whole width of the bow. 2 additional cabins dedicated to the most intimate guests complete the owner’s deck.
On the lower deck, amidship, there are two additional guest cabins, with the crew area next to the professional galley. The crew’s quarters include a crew mess room and six crew cabins all with ensuite heads. The captain’s cabin is on the upper deck next to the advanced wheelhouse, which has an integrated system provided by Telemar.
One more guest cabin is located on the upper deck, which has a multifunctional space furnished with a sofa and two Pullman beds. This area can easily become a playroom or a massage room as required. The interior layout is complete with a living room, conversation area, and a gaming table. Outside, always on the upper deck, you can find a dining table for ten with a bar and relax area located aft.
The sun deck, a Baglietto trademark, is astonishing: 150 square meters of al fresco space entirely devoted to gatherings and outdoor activities. The stern offers a vast sunbathing area with freestanding lounge beds and chairs by Tribu, while a relax area is located under the shadows of the roll bar. The two pop-up tables can transform this space into a cozy dining spot. There is also a swimming pool and bar on this deck.
The placement of the tender and toys in the foredeck allows more space to be dedicated to the Beach Club, which has double access. The Beach Club offers 55 square meters of space to relax with a steam shower, bar, and an additional area perfect for a gym furnished with the Personal Bike and Personal Run by Technogym and spa. The Beach Club faces the sea, ideal for those tranquil moments on the water. A fantastic screen of about 6 square meters fills the wall in this area.
The yacht is certified with the maximum class by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and has received two Caterpillar engines 3516C DITA, which push her at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.
M/Y Severin*s, hull no. 10225, is an example of Baglietto’s flexibility and full use of its T-Line production.
The shipyard is recognized all over the world for its Italian design and craftsmanship, as well as its cutting-edge technology and performance.