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Shop the Look: Josh Hartnett, sponsored by StylePilot

By Joseph Kocharian

Josh Harnett got papped this month strolling with his partner, and we must say, we were really into his monochrome look with just a pop of colour. Josh has played around with various shades of the colourless stuff, and his attention to detail with all his accessories are what we want to take a look at. So the fashion team and get stuck in and show you how to get this simple, yet tricky look, right: 27562C2900000578-0-image-m-5_1428389482805

The pop of colour on the jacket doesn’t just have to come from the lining. You can be more gregarious and go for the colour on the outside – it works especially well with this style of jacket, as there are plenty of textures and fabrics that lend themselves to rich tones.

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1 Topman cotton bomber jacket, £40 at

2. River Island Red Lightweight casual coach jacket, £48 at 

3. ASOS bomber jacket, £42 at

The skull beanie works here because there is no pattern or print and Josh has matched it well with the rest of his outfit: it’s a very sleek monochromatic uniform. You don’t have to go for black or charcoal though – lighter tones of grey can also work. Avoid pattern and print for this style of beanie.

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1 McQ hatm £29 at

2. Maison Martin Margiela ribbed Yak-Wool hat, £160 at

3. Reiss Cable knit beanie hat, £29 at

Finish the look: Not to be a cliche, but monochrome is always a safe fashion bet. Play around with dark greys, black, white and everything else on the spectrum, then just have that one flash of colour from your jacket, and you’re good to go…Wednesday Addams would (almost) approve.

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1. M& S Collection 2 pack cool and fresh stretch t shirt, £18 at

2. Illesteva lenox detachable front square sunglasses, £195 at

3. Lacoste, Milton suede leather ankle boots, £175 at

4. Acne Studios Thin dawn Coated denim, £180 at

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