Looking sharp, Mr Shue! Glee star Matthew Morrison shows his stylish side as he models for Mr Porter
01:37 GMT, 22 November 2012
As singing teacher Will Schuester in Glee, Matthew Morrison doesn't have the most fashionable wardrobe.
However, the 34-year-old is cutting quite a stylish figure as he models designer outfits for Mr Porter.
The Broadway star showcased a selection of the new season's menswear as he spoke about his plans for life after Glee.
Brooding: Matthew Morrison models for the latest edition of Mr Porter's online magazine
Dapper: The 34-year-old models a Balenciaga suit and Neil Barrett T-shirt
Having starred on Broadway ahead of landing the role in Glee three years ago, Matthew admits he is missing the bright lights of New York's theatreland.
He tells the latest edition of Mr Porter's online magazine: 'We shoot more than 10 months of the year, so I don't have time to do a proper show.'
Matthew admits his busy workload has 'forced his hand', but he hopes to return to Broadway soon.
Now that's a cardigan that Mr Shue should wear! The actor looks smart in a Gucci cardigan and Burberry trousers
As well as Glee and his burgeoning movie career, he has also recorded a second music album.
A collection of Broadway standards is due for release in February 2013, following his eponymous titled disc last year.
He is also touring the 'symphony circuit' with an all-singing, all-dancing production.
One cool dude: The actor goes for a Grease-esque look in a Balenciaga leather jacket and Givenchy trousers
Explaining the tour, he enthused: 'I'm trying to do something different by incorporating dance.
'I'll sing for a bit then there'll be an
instrumental break and I'll just bust out a whole dance. I want to be
like Michael Bubl mixed with Gene Kelly.'
Also in the interview, he reflects on his brief time in a boy band called LMNT in the early Noughties, which he hugely regrets.
He makes it look so easy: Matthew relaxes in a vintage car as he showcases some more designerwear
He explained: 'It's one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made in my life.
'It was at the height of *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, so I really thought I was going to make a lot of money being in a boy band.
'Singing and dancing to stupid, ridiculous songs didn't feed my soul.'
The full interview and photos are in the latest edition of Mr Porter's online magazine.
Turtle power: Matthew models a John Smedley turtle neck, Yves Saint Lauren jacket and APC trousers