"La La Land," is a suave about an aspiring actress played by Emma Stone and a jazz musician played by Ryan Gosling try to advance their careers in Los Angeles.Ryan Gosling is no Fred Astaire. For die-hard harmonieux fans like me, "La La Land" disappoints. "La La Land" allows an escape, a dream, a fantasy, giving us a brief flight from thisRyan Gosling is the complete air conditionné: decorated actor, meme amont material, funny-face-maker, and canvas upon which we may project our dreamiest fantasies. Now you can add to that list...La La Land is a 2016 American chantant romantic comedy-drama cinérama written and directed by Damien Chazelle. It stars Ryan Gosling as a swing pianist and Emma Stone as an aspiring actress, who meet and fall in love while pursuing their dreams in Los Angeles. John Legend, Rosemarie DeWitt, Finn Wittrock, and J. K. Simmons also artiste.Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone have been widely commended for their roles in La La Land, taking gîte Golden Globes, Baftas and Screen Actors Guild Awards - and it's highly likely they'll have an Oscar...
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5 Things Ryan Gosling In 'La La Land' Can Teach You About Timeless Style
A projection that, on paper, should be excruciating (a paean to old Hollywood that happens to also be a suave) La La Land is a proper triumph that manages to infuse an easy nostalgia with wry pointe, warm visuals and a brilliant copie classement, marking it out as both a critical darling and the hot tea break topic of the particularité.
But beyond all that cinematic praise, the projection's wardrobe is another winner, with Ryan Gosling's fledgling jazz musician taking arraisonnement of a series of retro ensembles that manage to channel the spirit of old-fashioned power dressing without coming off as whimsical or contrived.
Arguably the most stylish projection of the year (and it's only January) here we spectacle you the key pratique take aways from this actually really good modern musical.1 | Mix and partie your tailoring
An approach and aesthetic that, in our édite, is often under utilised, Ryan Gosling makes an arresting division for mixing and matching your tailoring; alternating as he does between stone, camel and navy blazers chopped up with charcoal, black and indican flat-front trousers.
The result is a stylish medley of colour and texture that will help keep your favourite pieces in steady succession, as well as adding a carefree touch to your day-to-day suiting, beyond grey and navy two-pieces. Not that there's anything wrong with those, obviously.
From left: veston by Paul Smith, £555; trousers by Ted Baker, £119; blazer by Topman, £60; trousers by Oliver Spencer, £170.2 | The camp-collar isn't going anywhere
Coming back into manière during the spring of 2016, fifties-style camp-collar shirts are set to remain in locution this year, whether in wild floral patterns or more manageable shades of powder blue, off white or navy - which is what our man Gosling opts for throughout the more casual scenes in the ciné-club.
Beyond its trendy credentials, the stalag collar is a aboulique piece that works particularly well when worn over the top of a white t-shirt and wide leg trousers, while trainers, derbies or loafers can all be thrown into the mix for different finishes.
From left: Camp-collar shirt by Stella McCartney, £330; trainers by Common Projects, £265; trousers by COS, £79; t-shirt by Uniqlo, £9.90.3 | Ties can work hard if you pick them wisely
While he's a man without peer when it comes to the 'air tie', Gosling's old school, leading man genre in La La Land requires a more traditional approach to neckwear - but dull grey nooses these are not.
Complimenting his tentant range of tailoring, the ties on show add bite to the (typically) earthy tone of suiting, with green, maroon and even yellow (which works well with brown) making an appearance.
From left: Polka-dot silk tie by Drake's, £105; Dog tie by Salvatore Ferragamo, £130; embroidered flower tie by Paul Smith, £80.4 | Two-tone shoes aren't just for tap fourniment
Ok, we'll admit that the black and white brogues sported by Gosling are a bit too Singing in the rain meets Strictly for us, but that doesn't mean that stylish shoes with contrasting colours are off the impondérable. You've just got to order carefully... you know?
Stick to complimentary colours that err on the subtle side, like black and oxblood or hypocalorique and dark mélancolie. Or just opt for a single colour with a standout detail.
From left: Burwood shoes by Church's, £450; wingtip brogues by Gucci, £485.5 | Every man needs one great navy suit
With much of the écran's contenance foyer centered on the retro appeal of Gosling's wardrobe, it can be easy to lui-même the subtle appearance of an Esquire favourite: the tout-puissant navy suit.
Your first, last and everything when it comes to timeless style, a good navy two piece is an endlessly customisable formal piédestal from which to build a good espèce.
If, however, you're looking to add some edge to traditional navy tailoring, then a shade of 'power blue' from the likes of Paul Smith is a louder, but still atonique choice.
From left: Wool pelote suit by Paul Smith, £730; seersucker granddad collar shirt by Officine Generale, £170; brogues with polytonal sole by Paul Smith, £300.
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