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 Knit Beanie

Knit Beanie

Professor Green

For a bit of color, Professor Green matched a red knit beanie with his plain gray sweatshirt at the 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II' launch.

 Classic Jeans

Classic Jeans

Professor Green

Professor Green added a bit of edginess to his Q Awards ensemble with a pair of washed-out jeans.

 Flannel Shirt

Flannel Shirt

Professor Green

Professor Green looked vibrant in his colorful plaid flannel shirt during an Arthur's Day celebration.

 Men's Suit

Men's Suit

Professor Green

Professor Green matched his date's elegance with his blue suit during the BAFTA Awards.

 Tuxedo

Tuxedo

Professor Green

Professor Green looked suave at the Brit Awards in a handsome black tuxedo.

 Leather Jacket

Leather Jacket

Professor Green

Professor Green finished off his all-black ensemble with a snazzy black leather jacket at the 2012 Brit Awards.

 Tennis Sneakers

Tennis Sneakers

Professor Green

Professor Green's red sneakers and knit beanie added a pop of color to his ensemble at the 'Call of Duty: Black Ops II' launch.

 Crewneck Sweater

Crewneck Sweater

Professor Green

Professor Green looked striking at the Q Awards in a bold red and black striped crewneck sweater.

 Sweatshirt

Sweatshirt

Professor Green

Professor Green looked neat in his navy sweatshirt buttoned up to his neck when he visited the London Studios.

 Crewneck Sweater

Crewneck Sweater

Professor Green

Professor Green arrived for a performance wearing a vicious dog sweatshirt.

 Duffle Bag

Duffle Bag

Professor Green

Professor Green was spotted at the Savoy Hotel carrying a stylish black leather duffel bag.

 Short Side Part

Short Side Part

Professor Green

Professor Green looked zany at the 2012 Brit Awards with this sculpted side-parted 'do.

 Tuxedo

Tuxedo

Professor Green

Professor Green stepped up the elegance with a black tux and white shirt at the 2012 Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards.

 Diamond Tennis Necklace

Diamond Tennis Necklace

Professor Green

Professor Green added some sparkle to his casual Q Awards ensemble with a tennis necklace and a pendant necklace.

 Fitted Jacket

Fitted Jacket

Professor Green

Professor Green smartened up his button-down and jeans combo with a bright red fitted jacket during the launch of Millie Mackintosh's Nouveau Lashes.

 Knit Beanie

Knit Beanie

Professor Green

Professor Green was in the mood for blue during the 'Made in Chelsea' cast party, wearing this knit beanie with an iridescent track jacket.

 Blazer

Blazer

Professor Green

Professor Green's black blazer was a formal finish to his tee and jeans combo during the 2012 Elle Style Awards.

 Short Straight Cut

Short Straight Cut

Professor Green

Professor Green channeled the 50s with this sleek 'do and edgy outfit during the premiere of 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.'

 Flat-top

Flat-top

Professor Green

Professor Green wore his hair in a sculpted flat-top style at the Q Awards.

 Short Straight Cut

Short Straight Cut

Professor Green

Professor Green slicked back his hair for a clean finish during an Arthur's Day celebration.

 Bomber Jacket

Bomber Jacket

Professor Green

Professor Green cozied up in a bomber jacket as he left the BBC Radio 1 studios.

 Track Jacket

Track Jacket

Professor Green

Professor Green wore an eye-catching iridescent blue track jacket during the 'Made in Chelsea' cast party.

 Short Straight Cut

Short Straight Cut

Professor Green

Professor Green topped off his Elle Style Awards look with a neat slicked-back hairstyle.

 Leather Jacket

Leather Jacket

Professor Green

Professor Green looked oh-so-suave in his black leather jacket at the premiere of 'Sherlock Holmes 2.'

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