1. TAILORING IS BEST DRESSED DOWN
How were London's sharpest dressers wearing their tailoring? Dressed down. Menswear's general mood continued to tend towards the casual, meaning that although suits were still worn by plenty, shirts, ties and formal shoes were banished to the back of wardrobes, with T-shirts and trainers taking their place.
The key to getting this look right lay in the suit's cut. Slim, sharp tailoring made the perfect companion for laid-back classics and the result was smart/casual dressing perfected.