Modern Formal Wear Loses the Dress Shirt and Necktie

    AUGUST 30, 2016

    Men’s tailored clothing has evolved into a more easygoing style. Absent the dress shirt and necktie, fall’s ensembles are elegantly dressed down but just as well suited for days and nights out in the world’s fashion capitals. Here, they make a perfectly laid-back statement in London. 

    Photography by Adam Whitehead; Styling by David Lamb; Photographed at Rosewood London; Stylist’s assistant Elvia Rietveld; Lighting assistant Peter Carter; Digital technician Henry Huntingford; Model Marcus Stewart; Elite Groomer David Wadlow; Fashion credits Gabby Levy

     

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