Stylist: Harry Lambert
Outfit: archive JW Anderson by Jonathan Anderson
Groomer: Sven Bayerbach using Bouclème and Peace Out Skincare
Manicurist: Simone Cummings using Pleasing
Shoes: Stefan Cooke

I’d like to introduce you to a new entry on this website: actor Sebastian Croft.

You all may have noticed that I research a lot and when it comes to men it’s incredibly hard to find something different to discuss, but I took it to heart and I found this hidden gem from last year, when he attended the British Fashion Awards.

Let’s see.

For the occasion, Croft dug deep into JW Anderson‘s archives, choosing a black, white, mint and pink crocheted see-through shirt with hexagon shapes interwoven together from the Spring 2012 Menswear collection paired with simple black pants.

Look 12 – 1st photo is courtesy of JW Anderson

To complete the look, he combined it with a pair of black Stefan Cooke studded Martlett derbys with square toe and silver-tone stud embellishments, plus two two-finger rings.

This outfit was unique, a true testament to Jonathan Anderson‘s endless imagination. The placement on Sebastian‘s chest was so precise that no wardrobe malfunction occurred.

In this outfit we can see Anderson‘s will to connect the genetic codes of clothing, shifting techniques from a gender to the other, his love for repetitions and the use of odd shapes and fabrics.

Embed from Getty Images
Embed from Getty Images

Croft‘s grooming was courtesy of Sven Bayerbach, who used Bouclème products to style his hair and Peace Out Skincare to even out any imperfection that might have been present on his face.

We can also see that there was a subtle hint of brown eyeshadow applied below his lower lash line, a perfect clash with his green eyes.

Finally we can also talk about a manicurist this time: indeed Simone Cummings painted the “Heartstopper” actor’s short nails with a Pleasing pale mint green nail polish with an opaque gloss finish in the shade ‘Sprouting‘ from the ‘Shroom Bloom‘ collection.

I wasn’t surprised to discover that this outfit combination came from the colorful mind of stylist Harry Lambert.

He knows how to have fun while doing his job and he will never dress you in something that won’t make people talk. That’s what I love about him, he knows that red carpets should be fun and entertaining, in the end it’s the world of show business, if you don’t risk it, why even bother?

Of course not all people see it that way or will feel at ease doing it–we are not forcing anyone of course–but I think that this is also a perspective that one should consider.

Harry, keep making us dream!


The Fashion Awards is a fundraiser for the BFC Foundation and focuses on celebrating excellence in the fashion industry and supporting the future pipeline of creative talent.

The BFC Foundation supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on three areas: Education, Grant-Giving & Business Mentoring and the Institute of Positive Fashion.

The BFC Foundation aims to improve equality and opportunity so that the fashion industry remains diverse and open to all, helping talented designers at all stages of their career from school level through to becoming a global fashion brand.

The 2022’s edition was presented by Diet Coke.

Video courtesy of Harry Lambert
Video courtesy of Harry Lambert
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