Marks and Spencer x Best of British
If you thought Marks and Spencer was just food and ladies underwear, think again as the 10th October sees the Best of British menswear collection launch in selected stores in association with the British Fashion Council. Many of you saw my styling project with M&S a couple of months back, so will know that their tailoring offering is superb, yet this collection is the height of excellence with pieces produced by Cheshire Bespoke in Crew for the garments, Hawick in Scotland for cashmere and Cheaney of Northamptonshire for the footwear. There was much buzz around this when the collection was announced a few months ago to us press, and I am more than proud to feature an unlikely yet established institution and bring you just a few of my favourite shots from the look book. Modelled by Oliver Cheshire, the collection will be on sale in Camberley, Kensington, Marble Arch, Edinburgh and Bluewater stores in the UK, as well as Paris and Shanghai internationally. With prices from about £20 for accessories up to £800 for the suits, you can't go much wrong with any of these pieces for both style and quality from such a trusted and recognised retailer such as Marks and Spencer. Now, what's on the Dine In menu this week...?