They may have worn some of the most lavish pieces of fashion in their careers, but Jourdan Dunn and David Gandy know when to appreciate the simpler style in life.
Both models arrived to the Burberry Prorsum London Collections: Men runway show on Tuesday in plain T-shirts that pulled together their whole outfits. Jourdan’s grey tee stood out against her black skinny jeans and matching biker jacket, while David’s white top looked crisp with his cream blazer and blue trousers.
Sat next to the rapper was BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James, who decided to forego the classic Burberry trench coat in favour of an anorak. Not wanting to upstage Gandy, Greg wore a blue T-shirt and jeans with brown lace-ups to really complete his Countryfile style.
There were a few Georges present at Tuesday’s show, with models/musicians George Craig and George Barnett in attendance. The two dapper gents have both featured in campaigns for the British brand and are no doubt a firm feature at the shows each season, whether on the front row or on the catwalk.
Belle star Sam Reid, The Feeling’s Dan Gillespie-Sells and Croatian model Robert Konjic were also in attendance at the show held at Kensington Gardens.