The Best Dressed Men of London Collections: Men

Whilst it is now officially a week to the day that we saw the last fresh faced models march down the runways at LC:M, we can’t help dwelling in the fun and frivolity of last weeks style with a little look back at the best dressed men of LC:M.

David Gandy

David Gandy - TGJ.01No list of this level would be complete without male Super-Model and BFC ambassador Mr David Gandy. Whether sitting front row at Richard James or leaping from a show to the confines of his gold Land Rover, Mr Gandy was impeccably presented.  Our favourite look? Day 2 Gandy wore a blue suit with immaculate cream over coat with his own name embroidered on the popped-up collar.

Oliver Cheshire

Oliver Cheshire - TGJ.03 Our favourite British model did a great job of supporting the British brands that we all know and love.  Day 1 saw him in a Topman suit that he made look more like a Savile Row favourite, and his leather biker jacket and grey polo-neck combination couldn’t have been more ahead of the AW14 trends if he’s tried.

Dermot O’Leary

Dermot O'Leary - TGJ.02 As the newest ambassador of the BFC, Dermot had a lot to live up to, but let us down? He did not.  From beautifully tailored suits to more relaxed casual wear there was no questioning his style credentials.

Jack Guinness

Jack Guinness - TGJ.05

When he wasn’t storming the runways, Jack Guinness was impressing us all in three piece suits and smart over-coats – all accessorised with the perfectly dishevelled beard – proving that the bearded man trend is going nowhere in a hurry.

Tinie Tempah

Tinie Tempah - TGJ.04 Stylish guy and man of many talents, Mr Tinie Tempah looked to be having an absolute blast at this years LC:M, never too far from friend Wretch 32, Tinie was to be found snapping pictures on his iPhone front row or enjoying the drinks at the various parties, all the while donning a pair of dapper spectacles.


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