Baz is a dude. And since his star has risen with the success of the brilliant 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy, his wardrobe has grown a little sharper, a little more formal, too. But Baz is most at home in jeans and trainers. And it's a look that works time and again on such a swarthy hunk as he.
Nicky is comparable to a chic Parisienne, in that he is all about the grooming. Whether he is casual or formal, there is never a hair out of place. And this ties all his looks (our fave of which is his jeans and biker jacket combo) together beautifully, without compromising on raw masculinity.
When it comes to music, the country crooner likes the old-school classics, with a modern twist. Same goes for his style. No one rocks a waistcoat and trainers combo like Nathan. You might even say he rocks them like a wagon wheel. He rocks them any way he feels. Hey, hey, hey, oh he rocks them. Etc.
Like a fine wine, Mr Cooper is improving with age. Having radically overhauled his diet and fitness regime of late, he is looking better than ever, and with that, filling his increasingly dapper clothing ever better too. We like him best in a sharp suit, sans tie. Suits you, sir!
It's less a case of Westlife than 'past life' for Brian McFadden, at least when it comes to his wardrobe anyway. Gone are the frosted tips and white 'power ballad' suits and in their place are skinny jeans and bomber jackers, or, indeed, tailored suits. Pretty darn hot.
Eoghan must be one of the only hipsters in Montrose. We imagine RTÉ canteen scenes where Ryan Tubridy and his team point and titter like schoolboys at Eoghan's skinny jeans and towering quiff. We, on the other hand, salute these things.
Boy, do we love us a bit of Daithí. Look at him here with his rugged good looks, his hunky frame and that cheeky grin. The Kerryman wears a scarf like no other, dons a tux like a Hollywood A-lister, and tops it all off with bucket loads of Kingdom-born charm.
The handsome Mr Varadkar is not just one of the most likable figures in Irish politics, but one of the best dressed too. Suited and booted, he always looks dapper as can be, but we enjoy casual Leo most – chinos, a nice woolen jumper', a jauntily tied scarf...just lovely.
Daithí O Sé