Will & Grace star ERIC McCORMACK was smartly tailored in blue linen John Varvatos at April's VH1 Divas Live concert in Manhattan. The actor liked the suit, says the designer, because it "was elegant, yet didn't make him feel like a businessman."

"Love the turtleneck!" raves PEOPLE'S Steven Cojocaru of Ocean's Eleven star GEORGE CLOONEY, who turned up shipshape at a fund-raiser in L.A. last fall. "He looks like he dresses himself, and it all looks expensive."

Nothing like a great tan (compliments of Prada) to enhance BRAD PITT's natural glow at the February premiere of The Mexican in Westwood, Calif. As for the color of his shirt, we say hot chocolate!

Constructing Harry: Taking the edge off his serious suit with a playful pinstriped lavender shirt at his grandfather's 80th birthday party in Windsor, England, PRINCE HARRY, who turns 17 this month, stepped out from under older brother William's shadow.

Is there something missing from around BENJAMIN BRATT's neck? The image of the Calvin Klein-clad actor (at April's Blockbuster Awards in L.A.) remains untarnished. "When you're wearing something this snazzy and well-tailored, you don't need a tie," says Cojocaru.

Sundae best: Two scoops of pistachio with a straw topping. Ally McBeal's TAYE DIGGS, at a New York City AIDS benefit in June, proved a cool treat in Hugo Boss—one of "three designers I enjoy," says Diggs.

Outfitted in crisp cotton civvies by Armani, CUBA GOODING JR. (at the May premiere of Pearl Harbor in Honolulu) wins a sartorial salute from the PEOPLE panel for his panache.

No fringe and spangles for this country boy. TIM McGRAW (at January's American Music Awards in L.A.) redefines Nashville fashion, capping off a black leather Armani jacket with his own 10-gallon hat.

Fully evolved into a debonair matinee idol, Planet of the Apes' MARK WAHLBERG is "consistently classic," says designer Giorgio Armani, who dressed the star for an L.A. charity gala last October. "He reminds me of the elegant actors of the 1940s."

Street-smart in New York City in March, HUGH JACKMAN, who characterizes his style as "simple, classical and a bit funky, all rolled into one," exuded X appeal in this sassy sport coat.