Lewis Hamilton Wore Balmain, Bottega VenetaDries van Noten & Willy Chavarria For The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton Wore Balmain, Bottega VenetaDries van Noten & Willy Chavarria For The F1 Australian Grand Prix

The Australian F1 Grand Prix brings us right up to date with Lewis Hamilton’s looks, ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix which starts on April 7.

The racing driver was spotted entering the paddock last weekend at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, giving us another shirtless moment, this time in Balmain.

The orange bomber jacket is the focal point of this look which saw Olivier Rousteing work with Ghanian visual artist Prince Gyasi, who considers his work as ‘a therapy through colours,’ believing that colour has a positive impact on people’s mental health and happiness.

Lewis’ Fall 2024 fit was yet another oversized outing styled with his favourite Timberland boots, his go-to gemstone necklace, and a new pair of shades.  

Balmain Fall 2024

Lewis stays ahead of the curve selecting looks straight off the Fall 2024 runways.

The racing driver wore this tabard and trouser combo three days after it was announced that Dries van Noten will be stepping down from his namesake label.

This could have been a nod to the Belgian designer, who has done an amazing job maintaining his legacy over four decades.

Dries came from a family of tailors, which no doubt helped hone his indisputable eye for detail, which is showcased in this simple yet sophisticated look, which Lewis opted to style his own way, leaving the wrap overlay undone.

Dries van Noten Fall 2024

Just like big hair and power suits, windbreakers are the latest ’80s trend to be revived.

Lewis Hamilton makes the ‘80s staple feel fresh again thanks to this Willy Chavarria Spring 2024 look.

Willy Chavarria Spring 2024

Ever since Lewis donned that red boiler suit from last year, which on reflection was a clear nod to him moving to Ferrari down the line, I have been obsessed with Lewis in Bottega Veneta, and this latest look from the Spring 2024 collection is no exception.

The freshness of the white tank top with the splitable trousers feels like the perfect combination of classic staples in a streetwear silhouette.

Bottega Veneta’s Highway ankle boots completed his look.

Bottega Veneta Spring 2024

Stylist: Eric McNeal.

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