Lewis Hamilton shines (literally) on the Miami Grand Prix paddock

Lewis Hamilton shines (literally) on the Miami Grand Prix paddock
Lewis Hamilton shines (literally) on the Miami Grand Prix paddock

At the house of GQ, we can no longer count the number of stylistic flights of Lewis Hamilton on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix season. The paddock has become the Mercedes driver’s favorite playground for having fun in terms of fashion. A “circuit fashion week” with which the 39-year-old Briton has fun at each of his appearances. His latest stroke of brilliance? A mirrored look worn at the Miami Grand Prix held yesterday in Florida.

Lewis Hamilton therefore appeared in a black ensemble, with pants and long-sleeved shirt, all adorned with small circular mirrors sewn like charms on his entire outfit. A look that we owe to American designer Marc Jacobs, former artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s women’s collections from 1997 to 2013, and who specially designed these two pieces for the English pilot. A bold choice for the latter who is not afraid of anything and who does not hesitate to experiment with his style.

Lewis Hamilton as Marc Jacobs.© Song Haiyuan/MB Media/Getty Images

To accompany this look, the pilot opted for simple elements: a white tank top, a pair of sunglasses, shiny leather shoes and even a pearl necklace. Accessories kept to a minimum to compliment your outfit without overwhelming everything. An important rule to follow when dressing: if your look revolves around a strong piece, be sure to accompany it with simpler, refined elements in neutral colors.

A little later in the day, the pilot chose to play the contrast card with a look that was the opposite of that imagined by Marc Jacobs. Lewis Hamilton then appeared in a white and pink Marni silhouette, accompanied by a pair of XXL sneakers, the Bigfoot 2.0 model in white leather. A sportswear outfit practically similar to its dark version worn at the start of the day.

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