When the world is your of­fice

Want to sim­plify your style and still stand out? Take a tip from the cre­ative class and adopt the new uni­form.

Esquire (Singapore) - - Style -

The front row of a men’s fash­ion show in Paris, where the tastemak­ers gather, of­ten re­veals more about the next big move in menswear than what comes down the run­way. Lately, amongst this crowd, I’ve no­ticed you don’t see a lot of tra­di­tional suits or loud “look at me” clothes. In­stead, it’s all about dress­ing in a way that is de­cep­tively sim­ple and in­ge­niously beau­ti­ful: jeans, T-shirts, leather jack­ets, and sneak­ers in muted pal­ettes of khaki, indigo and black. Think of it as the new business uni­form for the global cre­ative class—one that is all about stripped-down style. It’s a min­i­mal­ism that al­lows for max­i­mum pos­si­bil­i­ties.

Visvim’s Hiroki Naka­mura Words by Nick Sul­li­van

Or­lando Bloom

Jacket, SGD1,160*, shirt SGD405*, and jeans, SGD403*, all by Pres­i­dent’s; boots, SGD408*, by Tim­ber­land Boot Com­pany.

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