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Oscar Pinto-Hervia's best dressed Brits

Published 18/06/2015

Eddie Redmayne
Eddie Redmayne

Eddie Redmayne, David Gandy and Britain's Prince Charles are some of the stars whose fashion has been praised by an industry expert.

The Oscar-winning star always cuts a suave figure on the red carpet, never more so than during awards season earlier this year. His debonair vibe didn't go unnoticed by Oscar Pinto-Hervia, fashion buyer and CEO of luxury designer retailer Hervia, who has praised his dedication to fashion.

"Eddie could be a young James Bond, his look is ultra-sharp suits. He is always nominated for an award it seems, as he looks great in a tux," he told Cover Media.

Many other stylish men got applause from Oscar, among them supermodel David Gandy. The fashion expert loves the star's "Englishman at the Riviera" vibe, which he notes is shown in David's love of slicked hair and white shirts.

Also coming in for praise was Britain's Prince Charles, who was once crowned the best dressed man in the world by Esquire magazine.

"I met him at an event where he looked completely at ease in his POW Savile Row suit. He exudes understated elegance," Oscar gushed.

If the prince seems a little too safe for your liking, perhaps you'll agree with the expert's take on famed trendsetter David Beckham.

"David has always been a pioneer in fashion, what he wears pushes menswear forward, I remember him buying those famous leggings he wore under a sarong from one of my Manchester stores. Tip to get his look; don't be afraid to try anything," he advised.

Oscar also lauded Sir Paul Smith for his effortless elegance and suggested anyone trying to copy Burberry designer Christopher Bailey's minimalist style needn't think it's easy to achieve.

"Minimal dressing at its best, he has this look down completely. Not a cheap look to recreate, if you go minimal you need to buy the best," he said.

For Oscar Pinto-Hervia’s personally edited and curated designer collections for Autumn/Winter 2015, visit

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