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Sharp tailoring and pared-down accessories raise the suit from the workaday to the ultimate in smart.

Left, suit Saint Paul, shirt Montenapoleone, shoes Tod’s and tie E.Marinella. Right, suit C.C brothers, shirt Balmain, shoes Church’s and tie Gucci.





Left, shirt Montenapoleone, trousers Topman, shoes Tod’s and scarf Gutteridge. Right, shirt Balmain, jacket Zara and scarf Vintage.
Left, shirt Balmain, jacket Zara, scarf Vintage, black jeans All Saints and shoes Tod’s. Right, shirt Montenapoleone, blue trench Paoloni, scarf Gutteridge, hat Topman, trousers Topman and shoes Tod’s.




  • Text Elinor Perry-Smith
  • Photographer Alex Piñero
  • Art Director Pedro Rosenblat
  • Stylist Jessica Gazzurelli
  • Hair Stylist & Make Up Zaida Jubera
  • Model Nicolas & Jacobo @ AMCK London, @ Berta Models BCN
  • Production by SEEN

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Burns Night: Whisky 101 at The Gallery 

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