Following the recent London Collections, the fashion focus has, for the first time, been firmly on menswear.
Gabriel John, head tailor at October House offers his verdict on the top 10 best dressed men of the moment.
David Gandy stole the show in the style stakes at the London Collections last month. He knows a good three-piece when he sees one and isn’t afraid to experiment with quirky fabrics and cuts.
Model and actor Eddie Redmayne’s suit style is cool yet old school. He’s a big fan of tweed and wool fabrics and wears them in true Brit style.
Musician Miles Kane’s suits truly reflect his rock n roll style, whether it’s a double-breasted number or a contemporary three-piece, his musical edge really shines through.
October House’s very own Mr. Dave Berry makes it into my top 10 because he knows a sharp suit when he sees one. He’s one of the most dapper blokes I know and even gets suited and booted every morning for the Capital FM Breakfast show.
Seriously, is there anything this guy can’t pull off? Mr Tinie Tempah sealed the deal for me when he wore a camouflage suit just a few weeks ago. A risky choice but it worked.
Gerard Butler’s rugged looks and love of sharp suits makes for a fantastic contrast and he truly stands out from the crowd.
England’s Scott Parker is one of the biggest footballing names out of there. Parker teams his classic cut suits with knitted ties and printed pocket squares to add a trendy edge.
Another rising star taking the men’s fashion world by storm is Douglas Booth. Not only is the guy a talented actor, he also knows exactly how to wear a top suit and a cool trench coat.
It would be criminal to leave George Clooney out of this list. I don’t think this chap has ever had a fashion disaster. He seems to be a big fan of a smart wool coat worn over a suit which is a great winter look.
This guy is up there with the best dressed men of all time. Whether he’s casual or super smart, David Beckham always looks perfectly turned out and bang on trend.