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Ryan Gosling: The quirky style of Hollywood's man of the moment

08 NOVEMBER 2011

He's handsome, funny, sexy and the current darling of Hollywood.

Actor Ryan Gosling has come a long way since appearing as a child actor on the Mickey Mouse Club alongside Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.

And the Canadian heart-throb is fast earning a reputation for his quirky red carpet style too.

His trademark look? Perfectly fitting Italian tuxedos in vivacious colours such as midnight blue, ruby or bottle-green.

He's also keen on biker-inspired comfortable, casual looks or suit/jacket, t-shirt and slipper combinations.

 

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He made his first film, The Believer, when he was just 19. In it he plays a neonazi of Jewish decent and it immediately made a name for Ryan in the independent movie industry. 

The 30-year-old has since become an A-list mainstay.

He's also had the Hollywood girlfriends to match having dated Sandra Bullock and Rachel McAdams, remaining close to both.

"I had two of the greatest girlfriends of all time. I haven't met anybody who could top them," he recently admitted in an interview with The Times.

Although he'd already made a name for himself by then, he won over the hearts of millions of women when he showed his romantic side in The Notebook.

Alongside his then real life partner Rachel, the loved-up pair won an "MTV Best kiss of the year" award for their infamous on-screen smooch.

Appearing in three big movies 2011, the actor has officially hit the big time has proved his he can be stylish both on and off the screen.

He recently starred the political drama thriller The Ides of March next to super-suave George Clooney, and wowed audiences and critics alike in crime drama Drive.

Crazy, Stupid, Love - his latest outing - is the romantic comedy of this autumn.

And with his star on the rise, the versatile Ryan is not only winning on-screen plaudits.

His unique sense of style has caught the attention of fashion critics around the world.

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