Andrew Garfield channels Gwyneth Paltrow circa 1996 at Paris Spider-Man premiere
19:04 GMT, 22 June 2012
As Andrew Garfield makes his well-dressed way around Europe for his new Spider-Man movie, you can hear the girls' swoons getting louder with each new fashion-forward suit he premieres.
But after stepping out in a near identical outfit that Gwyneth Paltrow first pulled off in 1996, it seems the 28-year-old newly-minted superstar is taking his fashion cues from the ladies just as much as
he's winning them over.
Wearing a burgundy Balenciaga suit, according to Fashionista, teamed with a light-blue shirt for the Paris premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man, his outfit was a mirror image of Ms Paltrow's Gucci by Tom Ford velvet red suit she wore 14 years ago.
Who wore it better Andrew Garfield wore a Balenciaga suit to the Paris premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man earlier this week (left), and Gwyneth Paltrow (right) wore a near identical red Gucci suit 14 years earlier, in 1996
The actress even paired her red-carpet tuxedo, a groundbreaking look at the time, with a light blue shirt as well, the cuffs peeking out from the sleeves just as Mr Garfield's.
Well-dressed couple: Mr Garfield is dating Emma Stone, his Spider-Man co-star, and is making a name for himself on the fashion scene
The British-bred, L.A.-born dual citizen, and off-screen boyfriend of 23-year-old Emma Stone, his Spider-Man co-star, is certainly making a name for himself on the fashion scene as the new man to watch.
After he got his big break, and a BAFTA award, for his performance as a recently paroled teenage killer in the film Boy A, he then appeared in Never Let Me Go alongside Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan, prior to starring in The Social Network.
Now, taking his world-wide premiere outfits for his latest film, The Amazing Spider-Man, straight from the mens fall 2013 runway, he is appearing on countless red carpet best-dressed lists
On top of these good-looking appearances in suits from Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo and Burberry, the actor also features on the covers of several recent fashion magazines.
He appears on the cover of both the July 2012 issue of NYLON Guys magazine and British GQ, where he discusses the downside to his new found fame
The new Spider-Man then landed two more covers for the summer 2012 issues of VMAN and i-D, wearing Prada, Gucci and Armani and Jil Sander.
And to top if off, the new couple both feature on the latest cover of Teen Vogue, giving fans a peek at Miss Stone's role as real life girlfriend to the newest Spider-Man.
Fan frenzy: Andrew signed autographs for his fans as he arrived at the French premiere
In character: Andrew and Emma play on screen lovers as well as being off-screen lovers