What we’ve learned from the recent London Fashion Week is that everything goes in suit styles. Harking back to the 70s, 80s, and beyond, old styles get a new revamp, whilst some classic, sleek cuts will always turn heads. From colour to bold fabrics, men have more choices now than ever. Check out our best dressed men during London Fashion Week.
Actor and model Richard Biedul wears a new twist on a traditional double-breasted power suit in a bright light grey. Spotted walking to an event during London Fashion Week, this street style harks back to the 80s and screams ‘Wall Street.’
Biedul wears high-waisted trousers, a crisp white shirt, and a paisley peach-and-cornflower-blue pastel tie. He pairs the look with brown suede loafers.
His baggy fitting suit jacket has notched lapels and long tailored arms – without a shirt cuff in sight. Is this a new trend?
Biedul loves revamping his suit looks. He’s daring and avant garde, pushing the boundaries of men’s traditional suit fashion. Scroll through the photographs above for some of his most recent pairings.
What do you think about revisiting past suit styles?
IMG model and producer John Pearson (not to be confused with the strikingly similar-looking English author of Ian Fleming’s biography) attended the opening dinner for London Fashion Week at Moët Summer House, seen with London fashion editor of Esquire UK, Catherine Hayward.
Pearson took a classic, well-tailored, well-fitted wool suit in a light grey-blue with notched lapels and daringly paired it with a classic plain white t-shirt.
With his slicked-back salt-and-pepper hair and piercing eyes, Pearson looks every bit the model who rose to fame during the epitome of the supermodel era in 1980’s New York. Remember him from George Michael’s ‘Freedom 90’ video?
What do you think of paring such an impeccably tailored suit with a plain white tee?
German fashion model Johannes Huebl was spotted in handsome company at the the GQ Dinner during London Fashion Week. The dinner, which was hosted by Loyle Carner, at The Principal London was a star-studded event.
Pictured in an impeccably tailored bottle-green three-piece suit, Huebl looks dapper pictured next to Darren Kennedy, Harvey Newton-Haydon, Toby Huntington Whitley, David Furnish, and Andrew Weitz. Classic tailoring, pattern, and colour are certainly in Vogue this season.
His classicly cut, slim-fit suit with a striking coloured wool fabric and peak lapels compliments the crisp white shirt and black tie perfectly. He pairs the fitted trousers with leather subtly two-toned brown dress shoes.
Heubl completes the look with his groomed hair and beard and a small-black-and-white-spotted handkerchief. What do you think of this classic look?
The men at London Fashion Week certainly know how to dress in style. Which is your favourite look or tell us about another look you admire? Inspired by these looks? Contact us to find your perfect fit or get more inspiration on our blog.