Rishi Sunak, a 42-year-old British politician, officially assumed the role of British prime minister on Tuesday, becoming Britain’s third leader in seven weeks and the country’s first black prime minister. Former Prime Minister of the Conservative Party didn’t talk much about policy Since the contest for replacement Prime Minister began after Liz Truss stepped down last week, the new Prime Minister has attracted much talk for a completely different reason: his ultra-low fashion sense. neat, sophisticated and stylish about his brand.
Sunak, a former Goldman Sachs banker who started his days with Peloton exercises but Pregnancy Parliamentary problem with a Twix bar and a Sprite can, wearing a bead bracelet that could have been handcrafted by his kids (in other words, kooky jewelry), thin tie, Canada Goose panties and Common Projects sneakers. He owns a £180 ‘smart mug’ that keeps one’s drink hot, suggesting he might like the utensil. He once visited a construction site and showed off a couple Prada loafersand last fall, while preparing for Treasury’s Budget Day, he wore a pair of Palm Angels Slides to 11 Downing Street. Earlier this month, he and his wife, Akshata Murthy – a fashion designer as well as the daughter of Indian billionaire NR Narayana Murthy, purposely made her one of the wealthiest women in the UK – to Frieze, where it is said to have been seen. art fair. He is into electronic money.
The British press wrote a lot about Sunak’s wardrobe: owning a series of baggy anti-skirts and expensive cashmere sweaters makes you out of the ordinary in British politics. Accordingly, “Dishy Rishi” has been described as both “An unlikely style icon” and “a sort of Austen heroine in a supreme hoodie. “ (Brother GQ also considers Sunak “an unlikely style hero” in 2020, when Teo van den Broeke Written that “not since the days of Winston Churchill and later Michael Heseltine, a Conservative politician who looked very good at work.”) His exact appearance, but GuardiansPriya Elan’s used to be like to “a hired hitman planning a quick cleanup after his latest assignment,” provided a solid shield to the Tory vibe honcho Boris Johnson of general chaos.
It is a strange coincidence that Sunak took command not long after King Charles III ascended the throne, making the UK’s other top job as king of men’s clothing. Charles, a longtime supporter of British fashion heritage, is the founder of a former London school of luxury. Sunak, meanwhile — who made headlines earlier this year for wearing a bespoke £3,500 suit by tailor Henry Herbert (whose store was founded in 2009, is a relative newcomer to the other centennial businesses on Savile Row)—is its generational successor. One person’s Savile Row suit is another person’s chic white sneakers.