Don't get us wrong, we love Johnny Depp. From his mullet in Nightmare On Elm Street to Edward Scissorhands to Pirates Of The Caribbean, we've stuck by him, and frankly it's serious.
Which is why we're struggling with the style situation pictured here.
Johnny rocked up for his appearance on The David Letterman Show to promote The Rum Diary wearing what can best be summed up as emo cowboy chic.
Let's take this outfit piece by piece: there's the (bursting) waistcoat, there's the bandana falling out of his pocket, there's the scuffed hat and boots, there's the pocket watch and there are the crumpled trousers. And perhaps most confusing is the colour coordinated blue nail varnish, shirt and those sunglasses.
This all adds up to an ensemble that seems to actively work against Johnny's innate beautiful-ness. Johnny: please, please stop.
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Perhaps Johnny could learn from style lessons from his ex? Click through to see how this fashion icon has changed.
Style Evolution - Kate Moss
Recognise this fashion superstar? This Twiggy-inspired look from the 2001 Cannes Film Festival is just one of many that model Kate Moss has embodied over the course of her extensive 21-year career.
With a fashion sense that knows no bounds, the muse is always en vogue no matter what she is wearing. And that means taking risks such as undone hair at a big deal premiere (in 1993) or clothing that brazenly broadcasts her undergarment choices (or lack thereof). Click on to see if she wears them well.
With a wild mane of long crimped locks, Moss embodies a "youth gone wild" look as she attends the premiere of Philadelphia to benefit AmFar in December 1993.
Herrrre's Johnny! La Moss in a simple white sheath at the Don Juan DeMarco premiere with then boyfriend Johnny Depp circa April 1995.
Strike a pose: Looking appropriately minimalist, Moss makes a promotional appearance as the face of Calvin Klein at Saks Fifth Avenue in September 1995.
The cool couple head to Frank Sinatra's 80th birthday celebration at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in 1995. Moss's off-the-shoulder feathered confection will resurface several years later.
Supes on! Moss with her model mates Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell at the Costume Institute gala in December 1995.
The Woman in Black: Continuing to keep minimalism in mind, Moss suited up at the 1997 VH1 Vogue Fashion Awards.
The three amigas: Gwyneth Paltrow, La Moss, and Liv Tyler pose for the cameras at a Beck show at the Roxy in Los Angeles, September 1998.
Cut it out! Keeping the accessories to a necessary minimum, Moss shows off her svelte body at an exhibition opening at the party at the National Portrait Gallery circa January 2002.
Meanwhile, later that year...The mum-to-be ditches her trademark designer duds for more casual attire while pregnant and running errands in her home town in August 2002.