Icon of the Month, Sam Smith
English singer-songwriter Sam Smith has had an incredible year. Last week alone the 22 year old scooped up all four of the MOBOs he was nominated for and the Q award for best newcomer, and with the Grammys and the Brits fast approaching he’ll no doubt be placing more strain on his trophy shelf in the near future.
His style is very distinctive. Simple, clean and consistent, he is an example of a celebrity who has taken a look they like and stuck with it. For almost all public appearances he wears a dark suit with a white or dark shirt, buttoned up to the collar – with no tie. The style perfectly complements his body shape, his music and his personality, and he reminds us that if you find a look that suits you sometimes it’s best not to stray too far.
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