The 'Kingsman: Golden Circle' Premiere Will Make You Want To Buy A Really Beautiful Suit

Better than your average red carpet

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One of the surprise success stories in recent film franchise history, it turns out that Kingsman isn't just a jarring mix of James Bond and Johnny English but a well-paced and very entertaining spy series - one that comes with the added bonus of a ridiculously well-dressed cast, both on-screen (the whole film is kitted out by Mr Porter so it kind of makes sense) and, it turns out, on the red carpet, too.

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While most premieres feature their fair share of dull or disastrous outfits, Channing Tatum, Colin Firth, Jeff Bridges and all the rest arrived in London looking just as sharp as their on-screen counterparts.

Which is a good thing, seeing as the series sort of hinges on being stylish.

Take a look at the best tailoring from last night's London premiere below.

Mark Strong in Kingsman for Mr Porter

One of the most underrated actors when it comes to personal style, Mark Strong was immaculate again in DB window pane tailoring and burgundy accessories.

Colin Firth in Tom Ford

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We're not sure when Colin Firth ditched the crumpled foppish tailoring, but we're really liking this new and improved Tom Ford version.

Pedro Pascal in Ermenegildo Zegna

There's always one exuberantly dressed guy at a premiere. Luckily Pedro Pascal has the flair and cojones to pull this flamboyantly striped couture piece by Zegna off.

What's he pointing to, anyway?

Channing Tatum in Salvatore Ferragamo

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Jeff Bridges in Ermenegildo Zegna

The Dude Abides... and wears lovely Italian wool suits by Zegna.

Taron Egerton in Burberry

While he probably needs to cool the POWER STANCE a bit (chill Taron, you're doing great!), we don't have any complaints about this lovely textured Burberry three-piece.

Actually, we'd like to see the blazer buttoned up. It would look smarter.

The Dog in The Dog

Tres chic, Mr. Dog. So effortless; so natural.