Stylist Joseph Crone for Mayfair Magazine
June 16, 2016
Stylist Joseph Crone styled the latest Mayfair Magazine feature - 'Urban Outfitter' - the brief being sophisticated and suave. The series is a definitive guide to the best and coolest menswear trends for summer 2016, including sheer shirt and vest look, while keeping a timeless elegance that can be worn effectively by a man of any age and shape. The series featured fine English tailoring pieces from Dunhill, Aquascutum and Crockett and Jones to Saville Row's Chester Barrie, Richard James and Hardy Amies with a great selection of international designers like Hugo Boss, Canali and John Varvatos. The piece has also run in The City Magazine and Canary Wharf Magazine too.
"Prince of Wales check or pin stripes? Single or double-breasted? Linen or wool? There's much to consider when purchasing a new suit. Whatever the style, there are two non-negotiables: quality cloth and a precise cut. Here's our edit of this summer's standout suits."
Joseph is a multi-talented and highly creative fashion stylist and costume designer with a diverse list of clients and credits in the music, commercial and film sectors of the industry. his commercial styling includes brands such as Louis Vuitton, Harvey Nichols, Warehouse, Max Factor, Adidas, Sony, Toshiba, Virgin, Innocent, Glenfiddich, Carlsberg, Pizza Hut, Macleans, Malibu, The Times, The BBC, Unicef, Save The Children and The British Heart Foundation.
Take a look at more of Joseph's styling work here.