David Gandy has time and time again valid over a past 10 years (he rose to celebrity after that 2007 Dolce Gabbana ad) that he is one of a best-dressed group in this country. He has mastered an off-duty habit that is formed heavily on a quintessential British character that champions home-grown talent.
Whether sitting front quarrel during Oliver Spencer’s Autumn/Winter 2019 London Fashion Week Men’s uncover in an MS overcoat or attending a GQ Men Of The Year Awards in Chester Barrie, Gandy only gets it right. His character off a catwalk is anchored by his considerable preference of sharp tailoring, that is mostly churned adult with curveball infrequent pieces (think trade in a shirt in foster of a rollneck jumper).
When it comes to red-carpet events such as a really possess MOTY Awards, he has proven on each arise that no one utterly does black tie like himself. He sticks to a ultra-traditional though is not antithetic to remixing it with velvet cooking jackets and waistcoats.
Below are all a favourite looks that The Gandy has sanctified us with so far…