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Damian’s Lifestyle and Fashion List – March 1, 2017

Damian’s Lifestyle and Fashion List

by Gingersnap – damian-lewis.com – March 1, 2017

STYLE
Sunglasses: Ray-Ban
Suits: Tailor-made Huntsman and electric blue Brat Pack-style by Burberry
Shoes: Tan ankle boots by AllSaints
Trainers: Adidas Samba – three simple stripes
Jeans: Rag and Bone
Shirt: Tom Ford
Tie: Hermes
Underwear: Calvin Klein
Tuxedos: Burberry and Tom Ford
Coat: Nicole Farhi, slim waist
Hat: Kangol peaked cap
Socks: Turnbull & Asser

GROOMING
Face Wash: Dermalogica Cleansing Gel
Moisturizer: Elemis Daily Boost
Fragrance: Valentino Uomo
Razor: Gillette Sensor
Shampoo: TRESemme Deep Cleansing
Hair Product: VO5 Gel

FOOD AND DRINK
Dish: duck confit
Spirit: Knob Creek bourbon on the rocks
Beer: Kentish ales
Cocktail: Old Fashioned
Restaurant: J Sheekey
Bar: The Groucho
Club: The Garrick Club

PEOPLE
Style Icon: Steve McQueen
Childhood Hero: Elvis Presley
Muse: Helen McCrory
Actor: Al Pacino

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The Look: Mr Damian Lewis, Mr. Porter, May 8, 2012

THE LOOK: MR DAMIAN LEWIS

by Mr Sanjiv Bhattacharya
MAY 8, 2012

Mr Damian Lewis needs no convincing that Homeland is a huge hit, perhaps even a career high. Not because of the critical praise or the awards, or even his Best Actor nomination at the Golden Globes last year. But because in March he was invited to dinner at the White House, along with Mr George Clooney and main guest Prime Minister David Cameron. Continue reading The Look: Mr Damian Lewis, Mr. Porter, May 8, 2012

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Guardian Interview: It’s a Wrap – March 3, 2006

From Fendi to Gucci and Armani Inbetween

by Hadley Freeman | The Guardian | March 3, 2006

Actor Damian Lewis has shone on screen – but can he take centre stage in this season’s patterned shirts? Hadley Freeman asks him.

‘You’re making me trendy, aren’t you?” the actor Damian Lewis accuses us, with the cheeky smile of a man fond of being the centre of attention. “My God, the Guardian is going to make me trendy!” This extraordinary sentence is prompted by an equally extraordinary garment: a short-sleeved, button-down shirt by Fendi, seared down the front with chunky red and blue stripes and a most alarming chain print. It is, to my eyes, the spit of the sort of top my 90-year-old grandfather used to wear on the golf course in Miami. Lewis looks up for reassurance. I, with my usual photogenic tact, curl my left upper lip, scrunch my nose and shake my head. But Clare, the stylist, is adamant it will work – “you know, with a jacket” – and Lewis regards her suspiciously.

Lewis, 34, is one of Britain’s hardest working and highest profile actors. He is fitting in this shoot between international promotional tours for Stephen Poliakoff’s television drama Friends And Crocodiles, acting in the Ibsen play Pillars of the Community at the National Theatre, and preparations for producing his first feature film.

Since being nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in Band Of Brothers, he has played an impressively diverse range of characters, including Soames in The Forsyte Saga, Jeffrey Archer in Jeffrey Archer: The Truth, and Benedick in the BBC’s modern adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing. But he is probably most recognisable for the fiery patch of splendid ginger hair, an attribute that increasingly dictates his wardrobe as he gets older: “I used not to care at all and wear pinks and greens, and that’s so clichéd – red hair, green clothes. Now I tend to stick with dark colours,” he says, plucking at his dark blue Gucci (“but understated!”) shirt.

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