London-based designer Paul Smith largely adheres to the ages-old tradition of proper British tailoring, but he still loves thumbing his nose at it once in a while. His signature look emphasizes an irreverent mash-up of classic English styles — think extra-sharp tailoring juxtaposed against bright stripes and contrasting colors. Since launching his line in Paris in 1976, Smith has established himself as one of England's most prominent designers. Over the last 35 years, his eponymous brand has expanded to include everything from womenswear to eyewear to furniture; all with a famous fan base that counts stylish stars like Jude Law and David Bowie among its (not unsubstantial) number.
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Whether you're gunning to look sharp at a wedding this year (possibly your own?) or you've simply reached the conclusion that, yep, a man needs his own tux, here's everything you need to know to put together your own formal look. Peak lapel vs. shawl, midnight blue vs. classic black, dress shoes vs. traditional patent pumps — we give you the lowdown on all those dilemmas and more. Watch the video, then shop the sale below for everything you need to complete the look.
If you’re looking for tailoring with a twist, a floral print tie, or a standout graphic tee, look no further than Paul Smith, the legendary Brit designer who can lay claim to having dressed everyone from Jude Law to David Bowie. Famed for his love of rock’n’roll, mastery of color, and irreverent sense of humor, Paul Smith will inject some much needed Englishness into your wardrobe.