Bradley Cooper is a hit at New York Fashion Week while Kellan Lutz has a Style Misfire

12 Feb 2012

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Bradley Cooper and Kellan Lutz pose together at Tommy Hilfiger's Fall 2012 Men's show in New York City

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They've both got classic, All-American good looks, but when it comes to having classic sense of style, Bradley Cooper has definitely bested Kellan Lutz.

Both actors attended the Tommy Hilfiger Menswear Fall 2012 Show last night in New York City.
When they posed together -- even sporting similar facial hair -- it was glaringly obvious that The Hangover star's insouciant, casual style was more of a hit than Kellan's carefully constructed look.

The 37-year-old Limitless actor looked a bit as if he had just rolled out of bed, but in a good way.
He paired slightly wrinkled grey trousers with a fashionable red cardigan, a white collared shirt and a plaid peacoat.
He looked absolutely effortless, though he may have had some help in the form of fashionista girlfriend Zoe Saldana.
Meanwhile, the Twilight star seemed to have matched too many different pieces at once and looked slightly overdone.

He wore perfectly creased jeans with a blue and white striped shirt underneath a grey cardigan as well as a shiny charcoal blazer.
However, his other matchy-matchy accessories of a tweed cap and red and yellow ascot were overkill.

He should have stuck with the look he was wearing earlier in the day to attend the Joseph Abboud and General Idea shows.
The hard-bodied hunk kept his look simple by showcasing his muscles underneath a simple grey turtleneck.
He's trying to bring the male model-friendly look back into effect as a style staple.


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