JEWEL IN THE CLEMENTS CROWN
AMBASSADOR: ALEXANDER MAVROS, JEWELLER
Alexander’s African heritage has had a massive influence on his style, predominately dressing for comfort and to keep cool on his travels, he favours khaki chinos and popover shirts for everyday.
Only ever wearing natural fabrics of wool or cotton. Coming from a family of 4 brothers, everything that he owned especially socks and underwear, would be borrowed by a younger sibling; this shaped his love for personalisation, knowing shirts with his initials on would be less favoured.
He describes wearing custom-made as a confidence boast, perfectly suited for client meetings or lunch at his members club, Whites.
As a jewellery designer, (The family business; Patrick Mavros is a luxury brand from Africa) accessories play a key part in Alexander’s look, rarely going out without a pocket square, or leather belt; in fact his wardrobe of watches are carefully chosen with straps to colour match. His ultimate accessory is a Patrick Mavros mens bangle in Oxidised Silver.
Wears: Loro Piano 100% Wool Peak Lapel Single Breasted Suit with a Horseshoe waistcoat, White Semi cutaway collar shirt, grey club stripe tie and matching pocket square.
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