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