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Between the horn-rimmed glasses and the classic trench coat, model and fashion week ambassador David Gandy could be a super-spy in disguise. That’s not to criticise the look: we happen to think that Gandy – complete with grey three-piece suit – pulls it off to perfection. He wore the street style look during London Collections: Men.
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In the realm of men’s hat styles, the newsboy is often reserved for stage plays and films set in the 1930s. Peeping male model David Gandy at the London Collections: Men over the weekend, that may be about to change. Gandy wears the style so well, we hope other guys take his lead and do the same.
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David Gandy was keeping it smart in a three-piece suit. Oliver Cheshire was in head-to-toe grey, from checkered two-piece to suede monkstraps. Elsewhere, guys were rocking sneakers and sporty looks, or shorts to meet the bright London weather. It was the fourth and final day of London Collections: Men, and we’ve got the street style roundup after the break.
Day 3 of London Collections: Men meant more stylish males on the street, from the ever-dapper David Gandy to the youthful off-duty male models. At the gallery you’ll find 17 of the best men’s street style looks from London, day 3.
Rounding up days 3 and 4 of London Collections: Men, the street style looks were dapper as ever. David Gandy‘s bold three-piece and fedora stood out a mile, while other looks comprised classic coats or edgy sneakers. At the gallery, 10 of the best men’s looks from London, days 3 and 4.
Day 1 of London Collections: Men and David Gandy was immediately stealing the spotlight with his dapper sense of style. A three-piece suit with brown shoes and a perfectly matched watch were capped off by a coat thrown over the shoulders.
From David Gandy to Jourdan Dunn and Chermarn Boonyasak, our latest street style roundup for Witchery’s ‘W’ Edit treats you to some highlights from the most recent edition of London Collections: Men. Being men’s week, the gents on the street were looking particularly dapper – making for perfect inspiration on both your formal and informal dressing.
The London men’s shows continued to fill the streets with unreasonably well-dressed men yesterday, as the street style brimmed with inspiration on dressing both up and down. At the gallery: 10 looks from London, day 2.
If you’re going to be thrown anything on a not-so-sunny summer’s day in London, it might as well be a cheeky half-smile from David Gandy. If you’ll forgive the cliche, that aught to melt pretty much any… one. On the first day of the London Men’s shows, Gandy was wearing a grey suit from Savile Row tailors Welsh & Jefferies.