an eye on the new macs factor
This spring, it's going to be wet, wet, wet - but lightweight raincoats, from classics to fashion victims' favourites, will keep you warm and dry. Get ready for the macs of the day
Sunday 21 January 1996
Centre, top (left to right): Carl wears mac, to order at Versus, 92 Brompton Rd, SW3; shirt, pounds 69, at Agnes B, 35-36 Floral St, WC2; tie, pounds 40, at Paul Smith, as before; trousers, pounds 135, by PS by Paul Smith, as before; brogues, pounds 99, at Jones Bootmakers, as before. Bruce wears jacket, pounds 380, at Paul Smith, as before; sweater by John Smedley, pounds 59, as before; trousers, from pounds 35.99, at Farah, as before. Guy wears coat, pounds 325, at Hackett, as before; trousers, pounds 135, at Aquascutum, as before; shirt, pounds 85, at Paul Smith, as before; tie, pounds 49, at Aquascutum, as before; brogues, pounds 49.99, at Jones Bootmakers, as before. Ashley wears own footballers' kit.
Centre, bottom: Bruce wears mac, trousers and shirt, all to order at Versus, as before; blazer, pounds 325, at Aquascutum, as before; tie, from pounds 35 at Burberry, as before; brogues, pounds 49.99, at Jones Bootmakers, as before; watch, by Oris, pounds 895, as before. Carl wears mac, pounds 100; jacket, pounds 170, and trousers, pounds 70; all at French Connection branches; shirt, pounds 49, and tie, pounds 45, both at Hackett, as before; shoes, pounds 49.99, at Jones Bootmakers; watch by Oris, pounds 750. Guy wears mac, pounds 199, and shirt, pounds 69, both at Agnes B, as before; trousers, pounds 119, at Aquascutum; tie, pounds 40, at Paul Smith, as before; brogues, pounds 89.95, at Natural Shoe Store, 21 Neal St WC2; watch by Oris, pounds 295.
Above: Guy (left) wears coat, pounds 450, and trousers, pounds 125, at Mark Powell & Co, 17 Newburgh St, W1; sweater by John Smedley, pounds 65, as before; shirt, to order at Katharine Hamnett, as before; tie, pounds 48, at Margaret Howell, 24 Brook St, W1; trilby, to order at Katharine Hamnett; shoes, pounds 195, at Patrick Cox, 8 Symons St, SW3. Bruce wears coat, pounds 475, at Mark Powell & Co; trousers, from pounds 35.99, at Farah, as before; shirt, pounds 95, at Margaret Howell; tie, at Katharine Hamnett; loafers, pounds 69.99, at Jones Bootmakers, as before
STYLING BY JACQUIE ALLMOND
MODELS: BRUCE WOODFORD AT SELECT, GUY THOMPSON AT SO DAM TUFF, CARL LICKMAN, ASHLEY MARSHALL
PHOTOGRAPHER'S ASSISTANT: CARL LICKMAN
WITH THANKS TO FRIAR LANE OLD BOYS' FOOTBALL CLUB
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