Follow Tinie Tempah’s lead and play matchy-matchy with your separates for a simple yet statement-making look. McQ Alexander McQueen should be your go-to, but pick out pieces that will pair equally well with your favourite jeans and staple sweatshirts to make the most out of your chosen buys.
Esquire’s John Wattiker put a contemporary spin on timeless Riviera styling by swapping deck shoes for slip-on sneakers; no holiday necessary.
As useful for tackling changeable weather as for adding polished to an otherwise laidback look, no wardrobe should be without a trusy trench or raincoat. Make Burberry your first stop.
When David Gandy’s not in impeccable tailoring you can guarantee he’ll be wearing a jacket you want immediately, just like this luxurious suede bomber jacket. Turn to Lanvin and Givenchy for covetable designs with aviator-inspired detailing.
Make your favourite suit work harder by mixing things up at the weekend and swapping a button-up shirt for a statement T-shirt. Follow blogger Marcus Troy's lead and let slip-on sneakers complete the look.
Short sleeve shirts were the order of the day in every style capital during the men’s shows. While some chose to wear theirs loose with rolled up cuffs, Jim Chapman opted for a more preppy look, buttoning his up with tailored trousers.
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