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Henry Cavill’s Most Stylish Looks

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Henry Cavill  is a British actor who started his acting career starring as Albert Mondego in the 2002 film adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo. Depending on your point of view, Cavill — 29 years old, the second youngest of five brothers, still probably best known as the guy who got naked a lot in The Tudors — is either the luckiest man in Hollywood, or the unluckiest. Because it is true that he met the man who would play his on screen father when he was 16. True that Crowe was, and remains, his favourite actor, and true that Gladiator was, and still is, his favourite film. And certainly true that, having now landed the role of Superman, in a $225m behemoth of a summer blockbuster with a supporting cast that includes Michael Shannon (as villain Zod) and Amy Adams (as Lois Lane), Cavill is set for the kind of superstardom that only comes with a dose of good fortune. It’s also true that there’s barely an iconic star-making role of the last decade that Cavill has not come within a hair’s breadth of getting and then missed out on.

Cavill would gain further prominence and international fame playing the titular superhero Superman in the 2013 reboot film Man of Steel, which became a commercial success and the highest-grossing Superman film of all time, a role that he will reprise in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. In 2015, he co-starred with Armie Hammer in the spy film The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Entertainment Weekly named him the “Most Dashing Duke” and praised his work on The Tudors for displaying “charm, depth and a killer bod”.

Click through the gallery to see his best fashion choices by far and make sure to take notes!

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David Gandy has been the ultimate symbol of masculinity and has been influential in shaping his style over the past 15 years. British GQ hailed him as one of the most stylish men of the 2000s and he has been a fixture on the street style scene, particular during men’s fashion week.

After winning a televised competition in 2001, Gandy became a successful model. In an industry dominated by extremely thin men, Gandy’s muscular build caught the eye of Italian fashion designers Dolce & Gabbana. For several years, the duo featured him in their campaigns and fashion shows, ultimately leading other designers to move to a more masculine standard. Gandy has been the face of D&G’s Light Blue fragrance since 2006, shooting multiple campaigns and touring internationally as the brand’s ambassador. The increase in his popularity and name recognition resulted in a broad portfolio of clients, magazine covers, editorial photo shoots, interviews, industry awards and television appearances.

Having gained a reputation for his personal style, Gandy began writing a blog for British Vogue and lifestyle articles for Telegraph Men. He also launched two mobile apps: one for physical fitness and the other for style tips. Soon thereafter, Gandy was appointed by the British Fashion Council to their committee for ‘London Collections: Men’ to be a representative of the British fashion industry. In 2014, he moved beyond modelling to designing his own range of underwear, lounge-wear and swimwear for Marks & Spencer, which became one of the company’s top-selling clothing lines. Gandy was repeatedly included on British GQ’s list of ‘Best Dressed Men’ and was named the ‘Most Stylish Man of the Year’ in 2015 at their Men of the Year awards gala.

Gandy started his own production company and has invested in small companies and film projects. He has also participated in numerous charity fundraisers, most prominently as the celebrity ambassador for the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Style for Soldiers charity and the ‘Blue Steel Appeal’, his own non-profit foundation. A car enthusiast, Gandy started writing car reviews for GQ and Mayfair Times and has made televised appearances on Classic Car Show. He obtained a racing license in 2012 and competed in the 2013 and 2015 Mille Miglia Italian endurance races as well as powerboat races with Martini Racing.

Gandy is an expert in choosing when and where to change this archetypal menswear silhouette up. He often chooses jackets that are sharply cut, giving a snug fit at the waist with a one-button closure. Click through the gallery to see some of his most stylish looks ever!

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