Gentle Ben

TThird and last day of London Fashion Week Mens. The energy keeps on rolling! Show after show, London menswear designers pour their souls and creative identities in front of us, offering a restless thrive for innovation and bold statement. This is exactly what I love about returning to London. This week is characterized by a […]

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Third and last day of London Fashion Week Mens. The energy keeps on rolling! Show after show, London menswear designers pour their souls and creative identities in front of us, offering a restless thrive for innovation and bold statement. This is exactly what I love about returning to London. This week is characterized by a direct translation from the studio to the runway, a powerful feeling of revolution and an immaculate attention to detail.

On this occasion I stand beside London and its designers putting together a look where although styles and characters are so diverse, they work together to create one bold identity. My Ralph Lauren pinstriped suit in a navy blue shade paired with a charcoal grey turtleneck. A Qasimi knee length coat with its exceptional texture and swashes of brown and beige colour pallette can never be wrong  paired with a navy blue Christys’ cap. Menswear has come a long way. Pairing a laid back sports accessory, with a structured classic suit, and textured coat – why not? Let’s inject some gusto into how we dress and how we choose to play out our lives! Next stop? Florence!

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Suit: Ralph Lauren, Coat: Qasimi, Polo Neck: Zara, Shoes: Sutor Mantellassi, Cap: Christys’, Watch: IWC

Photos: Jake Armstrong