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Nick Jonas: 'A suit and shaved head make an impact'

Published 23/05/2016

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas thinks it makes a bolder statement when you use tailoring in a unique way.

Nick Jonas feels like a man the minute he puts on a suit.

The American singer has become something of a fashion darling, sitting front and centre at runway shows and even sighing up to Wilhelmina Models.

When it comes to events Nick mixes up casual clothes with sharper looks depending on the occasion, and always feels comfortable in a suit.

“I think that the minute you put on a suit, you feel like a man. It becomes this thing where you’re locked in,” he mused to Topman Magazine. “It’s really a nice thing, especially since I have a shaved head, so the clothing is really important.”

For the accompanying photoshoot, Nick models an array of suits; from a slim fitting burgundy one, to a light grey jacket with old school peak lapels and sleeves slightly rolled. The looks tie in with the brand’s This Is Tailoring campaign.

Nick, 23, thinks adding tailored looks into his wardrobe injects more depth to his style.

“I think it makes a bolder statement when you can take suiting and do something really unique to your style, especially when a lot of what you wear is more casual,” he said. “In those moments, I always think about how to make a big impact.”

Earlier this year (16), Nick also showed his love for footwear by signing up as shoe label Creative Recreation’s brand ambassador. As well as fronting campaigns for the company, Nick is also designing shoes.

"His work will encompass all aspects of Creative Recreation's innovative spirit, beginning with his Spring/Summer footwear picks," a spokesman for the company said.

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