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22nd August 2016

Men's Autumn Trends According To Rafferty Law

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.

 

GRUNGE SPORTSWEAR
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.

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COUNTER CULTURE
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.

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BLUE NOTE
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.

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ODESSA
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.

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OUTLANDER
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.

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