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ONE FOR ALL / Colour

Don’t be scared – but big, bold colour has come to the forefront this spring. Here, three men who aren’t afraid of a strong shade show how to wear it.

Prince W. Del, model

‘I’d say that Melbourne’s style is about individuality. I dress for comfort, but I’ve always liked looking fresh. As a kid, I could never afford everything I wanted. Now that I can, it’s all I spend my money on.’ In shot: Prince wears shirt by Versace.

Alessandro Altomare, Maison Studio owner and CEO

‘People associated the south of Italy with poor living – and the mafia. But I live on 10km of coastline, and the weather is one of the best things about living here. For me, dressing well is about mixing sartorial and streetwear pieces. And I could never live without my sneaker collection; I must have around 600 pairs.’ In shot: Alessandro wears jacket by Diesel, and sneakers by Balenciaga.

Luke Jefferson Day, GQ editor and fashion director

‘I live in London, though right now I’m in Las Vegas – the setting couldn’t be a more perfect colourful world. I would describe my sense of style as retro, 1970s pornstar meets Roman cherub. London’s diversity is its biggest charm: it can feel young or old, wealthy or edgy, with such an eclectic cultural mix. It is undeniably one of the most stylish cities in the world.’ In shot: Luke wears sweater by Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, and track pants by Versace.

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