There’s no stopping the model offspring revolution – but Rafferty is a renegade to the crop. The son of Jude Law and Sadie Frost has fast become known for a nonchalant expression and style – a poster boy for today’s East London subculture. From his mod editorials to fronting the NME-friendly Dirty Harrys, Rafferty is basically winning at life. With autumn on the horizon, we’re taking a look at his recent looks that give perfect indications of how we should all be dressing.
Chilling out backstage at V Festival with pals including Oliver Cheshire, Rafferty revised the retro tracksuit in style. His light khaki jacket was teamed with black joggers and trainers.
Giving western influence a city spin, Rafferty’s wardrobe features all of your key items for autumn. From suede jackets to block denim and cord trousers, it’s a modern mood board based on old school icons such as James Dean.
The 90s Britpop days are back, but the latest throwback has adapted a much smarter approach. Sportswear is mixed up with jazz bar blues – we’re talking herringbone textured trousers with sharp polo tops, and classic brogues against dogtooth print and fermented reds. Rafferty nailed mod tailoring at Burberry’s most recent catwalk event.
The latest urban aesthetic has a hard edge with heavy layering and a military overtone – and Rafferty has taken to the trend with ease. From an oversized bomber jacket to rib knits and dark tones with heavy chain accessories, it’s a festival look that follows into colder seasons.
Autumn is a cool and collected season, and Rafferty’s ‘thrown together’ looks couldn’t be more enviable. Lofty lumberjack shirts are layered under varsity shackets, and the tones are mixed and matched.