Anatomy of a look: Bruno Mars, musician

Singer Bruno Mars rocks an ‘80s-inspired leather shell suit at the 59th Grammy Awards. Somehow, he makes it work. Let’s see how he does it.

IN THE HOOD 

Anatomy of a look: Bruno Mars, musician

Repurposed and repatriated, the era that was the 80s has found new sartorial life. The tri-colour zip-through is having a special sports luxe moment for men. Make like Mars and work yours with old school kicks for extra marks.

Tricot zip jacket, Penneys, €14

JOG ON 

Anatomy of a look: Bruno Mars, musician

Athleisure may seem like a gift-wrapped reason to relax but there’s a fine line between laissez-faire and fairly lazy. Wearing joggers?

Keep lines clean for a box fresh look.

Farah ‘Bovey’ cuff joggers, Arnotts, €80

JUST FOR KICKS 

Anatomy of a look: Bruno Mars, musician

A hip hop favourite, the ‘Cortez’ trainer mixes heritage with high fashion and a dash of retro flavour. Up your sneaker game in an instant with these bad boys.

Nike ‘Cortez’ trainers, Schuh, were €78; now €52.95

Anatomy of a look: Bruno Mars, musician


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