Icon of the Month – Leonardo DiCaprio
It has been a long time coming, but Leonardo DiCaprio finally got the award he’s been waiting for all these years… King & Allen Icon of the Month!
When Leonardo DiCaprio first found mainstream success in the late 1990’s, he had a real passion for three button suits, which he would often wear with just the top button done up – a style that hadn’t been in fashion since the turn of the previous century! Nowadays, however, his suit choices are modern, stylish and actually quite conservative: he favours 2 button lounge suits (albeit cut quite high) in a royal blue worsted wool/silk blend for a smooth finish. The blue is a great choice as it compliments his blond hair and blue eyes. We would highly recommend this style for a wedding suit (especially in three piece) or if you have a job which is customer facing / sales related.
Planning for your wedding can be a stressful time for some and the day itself often passes in a blur of joy and excitement. That's why it's important to 'stop and smell the roses' during your wedding journey and remember all of the reasons you've chosen to marry the love of your life. After the event itself, there are a plethora of ways you can look back fondly on the day, from the photos, to the video, to the signatures in the guest book. But did you know that your wedding suit can also serve as a reminder of the best day of your life? Read on to find out how...Weddings
2022 is a very special year for Pride, as it marks 50 years since the first ever march in 1972. While there were only 700 bravely marching then, this year it is expected there will be over 2 million attendees! Of course, many historical milestones have been achieved since 1972.Style Tips & Advice Style History
Next week, the whole world will be watching as we celebrate 70 years with Queen Elizabeth II on the throne! The Queen has created quite the signature fashion lookbook that deserves its own jubilee. Her style has, quite literally, stood the test of time. Through nine decades, with her vibrant pant-suits and matching hats, stunning heirloom brooches - not to mention the symbolism behind every ensemble - it’s no wonder the Queen is our style icon.Style History