Forties something

Off-duty tailoring is imbued with old-world charm by borrowing sophisticated sartorial flourishes – silk scarves, pocket squares and tiepins – from a bygone era. Styling by Mark Anthony Bradley. Photography by Jenny Hands

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He wears silk/cotton dandy jacket, £1,280, and matching riding trousers, £535, both by Gucci. Silk shirt, £430, by Louis Vuitton. Leather brogues, £300, by Paul Smith. Cotton-mix socks, £18, by Pantherella. Ring, stylist’s own. She wears wool-mix blazer, £549, matching trousers, £353, and silk scarf, £135, all by Paul Smith. Cotton shirt, £400, by Ralph Lauren. Silicone shoes, £595, by Fendi. Leather bag, £1,157, by Louis Vuitton

Image: Jenny Hands