SUM­MER STYLE SORTED

FASH­ION EDI­TOR BRAD HOMES POINTS OUT THESE FOUR SAR­TO­RIAL SIGNPOSTS AS WHAT TO WEAR THIS SEA­SON.

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1950s

Who doesn’t want to look like Don Draper? You might not have Jon Hamm’s chis­elled vis­age, but there’s no rea­son that you can’t dress like he did on the set of Mad Men, thanks to Fendi, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo and Ralph Lauren. It’s worth not­ing that ac­ces­sories make any out­fit, so re­fresh that mar­tini.

GLOBAL TRAV­ELLER

Travel’s a trend ev­ery lux­ury brand is em­brac­ing – whether it’s mod­els car­ry­ing more bags than a bell­boy at the King Ge­orge Ho­tel or the beau­ti­ful tai­lored sa­fari suits at Louis Vuit­ton – so now’s the time to get on board.

SWEAT STYLE

The trend started out in the ’90s, when Snoop Dogg wore a Tommy Hil­figer sweat­shirt on Satur­day Night Live, which promptly sold out the fol­low­ing day. It’s now a su­per luxe, global phe­nom­e­non led by Parisian la­bel Vete­ments, and def­i­nitely here to stay. Com­fort has never looked so chic.

PUNK

Dust off the Doc Martens – punk is back. This sea­son, both Louis Vuit­ton and Dior dipped their toes into sweat-soaked mosh pits and came out with 2017’s lux­ury up­date on pre­vi­ously grungy fash­ions. Keep an eye out for men wear­ing heels and DIY shoelace over­coats.

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