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  • 5 May 2017

There’s no place in the world for street style inspo quite like London, and although the spotlight is often on the ladies, there’s an array of fashionable men to influence your fashion choices. Scroll down to discover some of our favourite faces that regularly dominate the fashion week cobbles…  

Oliver Cheshire is a successful model, working with brands like D&G, Calvin Klein and Missoni. His style fluctuates between trend driven pieces like the above yellow jacket and Saville Row suits. Get his look by mix and matching tailored pieces with athleisure.

Joey is the man behind the popular blog ‘Joey London Style’. His look is somewhere in between Miami Vice and athleisure. Plus, we totally love his new grey lid and think you should give it a whirl too for this SS17.

Skepta is a wildcard when it comes to street style; his grime music is a firm-favourite amongst London residents but he’s less well known for his sartorially savviness. For streetwear at its best, look to Skepta for oodles of inspo!

Oliver Proudlock is a cast member in the popular TV show ‘Made in Chelsea’ which is set in London’s most affluent borough. His own label, model girlfriend, eccentric taste and celeb status all make him the ultimate street style fella.

Olly Alexander’s fashion taste is as varied as his career. This songwriter, singer and actor doesn’t play it safe- mixing bold prints with metallic finishes, he’s one to watch. Emulate him by clashing prints and eliminating any neutrals from your wardrobe.

Jim Chapman is one half of London’s millennial power couple, alongside Tanya Burr. His love for classic tailoring has won him favour with GQ and other popular men’s publications. For a quintessentially British look, Jim is your go to for inspiration.  

Dougie was first famed for his boyband career, but now he’s better known for his place in the fashion industry. He embodies laidback London-cool, and is a master at accessorising. Do it like Dougie and invest in jewellery to elevate an all-black look…


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