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Mr Drawgood's T&A Legends for LC:M

Posted 22.01.16  - Style

Introducing Mr Drawgood's Turnbull & Asser Legends - an exclusive collection of illustrations that showcase a clique of British and American acting heroes at London Collections: Men.



We've redressed the gentlemen of the silver screen in dapper designs from our spring/summer ‘16 portfolio. Above, Steve McQueen plays a confidently cavalier role in a navy double-breasted blazer and bow tie. True to character, a racer stripe accent gives his trousers an adventurous spirit.



English dandy Sir Michael Caine wears the London To New York double-breasted blazer, accenting his ensemble with mustard yellow pocket square and red socks.





The original Bond, Mr Sean Connery, shows he prefers his style shaken not stirred with an eccentric, pattern-focussed outfit.







The most recent 007, Daniel Craig, follows Sir Winston Churchill’s style in a Siren suit while Samuel L. Jackson dons the Morning After The Night Before jacket.







Oliver Reed champions the return of the mac with the Flordon design, layering it over our statement striped Fenron jacket. Idris Elba opts for springtime pastels with a lilac shirt and trousers combination, adding an off-beat touch with a unique denim waistcoat.



T&A Editorial Team

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