His last attempt at an editorial was deeply disappointing, but Ewan is back in fine form for the January 2012 issue of GQ magazine, wearing the clothes he was born to wear and looking damn cute in the process. We’ll take one of everything. And we do mean everything.
This makes up for the Bieber one, right? We’re good now?
Suit, $3,195, and tie, $140, by Simon Spurr. Shirt, $215 by Emporio Armani. Shoes, $795 by Ralph Lauren. Socks by Paul Stuart.
Suit, $1,195 by Calvin Klein Collection. Shirt, $135 by Gant Rugger. Tie, $140 by Alexander Olch. Pocket square by Sid Mashburn. Watch by Cartier.
Suit, $1,895, and shirt, $295, by Ralph Lauren Black Label. Tie, $105 by Thomas Pink. Shoes, $570 by Salvatore Ferragamo. Tie bar by The Tie Bar. Pocket square by Michael Bastian.
Cardigan, $565 by Maison Martin Margiela. Shirt, $385 by Michael Bastian. Tie, $83 by The Hill-Side. Khakis, $58 by Dockers. Loafers, $860 by Fratelli Rossetti. Watch by Tag Heuer.
Suit, $1,795 by Gucci. Shirt, $450 by Boglioli. Tie, $140 by Alexander Olch. Shoes, $895 by Bally. Socks by Smart Turnout. Tie bar by The Tie Bar. Watch by Omega.
Trench coat, $2,189 by Etro. Suit, $3,175 by Brunello Cucinelli. Shirt, $175 by Sid Mashburn. Shoes, $170 by Florsheim Limited. Socks by Pantherella.
[Photo Credit: Peggy Sirota for gq.com]
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