Icon of the Month – Roger Federer
Roger Federer played in his 10th Wimbledon final on Sunday – more than any player (he won 7 of them) – so it seems highly appropriate that he should be King & Allen’s Icon Of the Month for July 2015…
As well as one of the world’s most successful living sportsmen (earning more from endorsements than anyone else – $58m), Federer is a passionate suit wearer and style icon.
Stylistically, he’s a man of contrast: he owns a large collection of bespoke suits – most of which are dark, simple and relatively understated. Yet he is equally known for his more bold sartorial statements: monogrammed jackets, cream suits and the addition of gold to his Wimbledon whites.
Below are some of our favourite Roger Federer style moments:
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