This Week’s Best Dressed: Bradley Cooper Rocks Italian Vibes

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Disclaimer: We did not arrange the best dressed list on the rule “age before beauty” — it just happened to fall that way. This week while sifting through the numerous premiers, red carpets and after parties, we not only spotted some newcomers to the style scene, but also some oldies (but goodies). While school is still in session for some, others have learned the lessons and received their degree in dressing.

Just because Dean-Charles Chapman hasn’t been walking the red carpet as long as some of our other dapperly dressed dudes, doesn’t mean that he isn’t bringing some serious competition to the table. The ‘Game of Thrones’ actor shows up to the show’s season 5 premiere in a tailored blue suit with coordinating tie and pocket square. There are a couple nitpicky things we would change, but overall A for effort.

If there’s anything Preston loves more than life, it’s a statement jacket — more specifically a leather moto jacket. Jeremy Irvine brought his good looks and great taste to the BBC Films 25th anniversary reception with an elevated casual ensemble that is both appropriate and comfortable. Had he not added the coat we would have sent this outfit packing, but thankfully, Jeremy knows the way to our hearts.

The guy going home with the gold this week is none other than the Mr. Bradley Cooper. Though he recently called it quits with his bae Suki Waterhouse, we can officially report that the breakup has not affected his sense of style. The ‘American Sniper’ star shows up to the premiere of his newest movie, ‘Serena,’ giving off some casual chic Italian vibes sporting a tailored wool suit, sweater and button down. You don’t have to be European to nail it right on the head.

Do you think Bradley Cooper looks “molto bello” or should we take him back to grammar school and let someone else shine in the spotlight? Let us know in the comments below!

— John Soper

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