Monday, 9 April 2018

Chester Barrie Style at The Olivier Awards 2018

I was privileged to be a guest of Savile Row's Chester Barrie at The Laurence Olivier Awards this week. For the seventh year they are the stylish menswear sponsor of the ceremony which celebrates London's premier position in the theatrical arts. Many of the nominees and presenters at the awards ceremony wore Chester Barrie suits, dinner jackets or tuxedos, including Giles Terera, who won Best Actor in a Musical and Michael Jibson, who won Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, both for Hamilton which took seven awards.

Giles Terera 

The Chester Barrie ready-to-wear style offers a strong look in the shoulders and a defined waist, ideal for formal wear for events like The Oliviers. I wore a black shawl collar suit (see below) which I obtained from Chester Barrie last year and is still in their current collection in blue and black. Peak lapels are a strong part of their formal tailoring style and velvet, wool, tartan and silk jacquard in all colours from black to blues and brown make for a wide selection of formalwear for all tastes and styles, ages and shapes - as the images below testify. See Chester Barrie.

Wearing Chester Barrie at The Olivier Awards. I'm with fellow guest menswear writer Nick Carvell

The show was superb and I enjoyed every moment of it and the after-party in the Natural History Museum, where the champagne flowed, good food was served a wonderful time was had by all.

Here are some of the names of the men that Chester Barrie dressed for the evening of the Olivier Awards ceremony: Adam J Bernard, Jason Donovan, Michael Sheen, Joe Mcelderry, Michael Jibson, Giles Terera, Peter Polycarpou, Lee Mead, Bill Dreamer, Frank DiLella, Joe McFadden, Ash Hunter, Obi Ugoala, Alfred Molina, Horace Oliver, Jamie Lambert, Emile Ruddock, Dex Lee and Edward Baruwa.

I was a guest of Chester Barrie for the evening and would like to thank them for their hospitality.

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