Lewis Hamilton changed his style preference to be more subtle as he arrived today at Windsor Castle to receive Prince Charles’ knighthood.
The 36-year-old Formula One ace wore a black suit to the occasion. He added a personal touch with a blazer with a sloping neckline and a diamond brooch embellished with ruby – possibly to match his new medal.
Lewis ditched the traditional lace shoe to make way for statement boots at the Met Gala in New York. Instead, he kept his silver rings, earrings, and nose stuf on hand for the occasion.
Lewis is well-known for his extravagant style. He was seen wearing a Burberry kilt in funky black and blue with matching trousers and top at the Turkish Grand Prix preparations day last month.
Lewis Hamilton decided to forgo his penchant to extravagant fashion and adopt a more muted appearance as he arrived today at Windsor Castle to receive Prince Charles’ knighthood
The 36-year old Formula One ace wore black suits for the occasion. However, he added a personal touch to the occasion with a blazer with a low neckline and a ruby-encrusted diamond brooch – likely to match his new Medal
The bold fashion statement was just one of many that the champion racer has tried.
Lewis, who Seven World Drivers’ Championship titles are among them, including the most wins (100), pole positions (101) and podium finishes (176).
Although Lewis Hamilton is a talented driver, his eccentric fashion choices have been the topic of much debate.
Mercedes driver Mercedes is well-known for his love of style and willingness to experiment with new looks.
Lewis has spoken out about his love for fashion and admitted that he uses it to ‘take off the pressure’ to succeed while traveling the world to take part in Grand Prix events.
While the season is ongoing Lewis took time to attend Paris Fashion Week in September and the Met Gala in New York. He bought a table to host young black designers.
He told The Times: ‘When you’re in a fashion week you’re surrounded by people from all different walks of life expressing themselves in different ways, and I love that environment, where I’m able to express myself. I do this on the racetrack.
“I love being free from the sport. The intensity of this whole season is difficult for everyone that’s at the track, and so to be able to have something else — another outlet, something else that you can focus on — helps take the weight off of it.
‘And so when I come back, it always feels fresh when it comes to a grand prix, because it’s not something I’ve been thinking about every single day.’
Stepping out: Lewis ensured he caught the eye of onlookers as he stepped out in a funky blue and black Burberry kilt with a matching top and trousers by the brand at the Istanbul Park Circuit on the Turkish Grand Prix preparation day last month
Lewis ensured he caught the eye of onlookers as he stepped out in a funky blue and black Burberry kilt with a matching top and trousers by the brand at the Istanbul Park Circuit on the Turkish Grand Prix preparation day last month.
The multi-layered outfit kept the driver warm as he emerged from autumn in a blue and a black coat.
Lewis was sure that he would make his presence known by his stylish outfit, complete with kilt & trousers, which he wore to the race track like it was his runway.
Calm and collected: Lewis appeared calm and collected as he went for a stroll in the paddock ahead of the Italian Grand Prix race last month, cutting a typically flamboyant figure in a bold hummingbird co-ord
Accessories: The racer teamed the look with chunky, lace-up boots and tucked his hair into a black beanie. Lewis was clearly thinking ahead to the race by keeping the sun at bay with a pair of blacked out sunglasses.
Lewis looked calm and collected as the he took a walk in the paddock in preparation for the Italian Grand Prix race last week. He was wearing a bold hummingbird costume, which is a typical flamboyant look.
The racer paired the look by wearing chunky, lace up boots and tucking his hair into a black beanie.
Lewis was clearly thinking about the race ahead, despite the sun beating down behind his pair of sunglasses.
CHECK HIM OUT
Bold: Lewis stood out from the crowd as he rode a scooter in the Paddock during previews ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Tuscany at Mugello Circuit last September
Lewis stood out in the crowd when he rode a scooter through the Paddock at previews of the F1 Grand Prix of Tuscany at Mugello Circuit last September.
The F1 Driver stood out as he wore a yellow and pink checkered shirt, paired with matching shorts, and a bucket hat.
Lewis accessorized his wild look with a variety of gold necklaces and shades. He also wore a face mask to protect himself.
PRETTY IN PIURPLE
Pretty in purple: Lewis arrived at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria in July donning a purple cargo inspired ensemble by Fendi and a pair of boots by Bottega Veneta – with the outfit ringing in at £1965
Lewis arrived at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria in July donning a purple cargo inspired ensemble by Fendi and a pair of boots by Bottega Veneta – with the outfit ringing in at £1965.
Lewis ensemble comprised Kenzo’s Multi Pocket Jacket, which was originally priced at £675 before being slashed to £405, and matching Apron Trousers, which originally cost £385 before being reduced to £231.
He paired the look with Bottega Veneta’s Tire Boots in Black Plum colour, which ring in at an eye-popping £905.
PINK TO MAKE “EM WINK”
Pink to make ’em wink: Last year Lewis caught the eye after venturing out in an unmissable hot pink jacket and matching jeans
Lewis was the star of last year’s show after he stepped out in a hot pink jacket with matching jeans.
Lewis is well-known for his extravagant style. He did a lap on his beloved scooter of the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari track in Italy.
The sportsman added a touch more to his colorful look by wearing a white T-shirt and matching trainers.
CHIP OFF THE (COLOUR)OLD BLOCK
Stylish: Lewis played around with colour blocking as walked the circuit at the Formula One French Grand Prix, in Le Castellet, France in June
Lewis experimented with colour blocking while he walked the circuit at Formula One French Grand Prix in Le Castellet in France in June.
The Lacoste tracksuit was a burgundy and patterned Lacoste suit that the star wore with bright trainers.
Lewis added some finishing touches with dazzling silver and diamond jewellery, as well fashionable sunglasses.
This is the look for pants!
Fashion: Lewis Hamilton channelled the 90s in double denim as he headed out in Paris but flashed his underwear in the extremely distressed denim number
Lewis channeled the Nineties as he headed out in Paris earlier this month whilst sporting double denim.
He stepped out of Paris amid the famed fashion weeks in a turnout of denim in paleblue – a jacket and baggy, ripped jeans that he tucked into a pair of high-top trainers. They were so ripped that he was able to see his boxer shorts.
Underneath the jacket was a hint of a plain white T-shirt that he coordinated with a face mask, keeping in line with COVID precautions.
LOVELY IN LACE
Modern twist: Lewis sported a lace net skirt over his suit when he joined the biggest stars in showbusiness at the Met Gala in New York last month
Lewis sported a lace net skirt over his suit when he joined the biggest stars in showbusiness at the Met Gala in New York last month.
He looked elegant in a black suit and shiny black loafers. To modernize the look, he paired a black blazer and trousers with a mesh shirt and netted skirt.
The sportsman looked relaxed on the red carpet, as he tucked his hair into a bun to make it easier for the night.
WEARING A CHEQUERED FLAG
Dressed to impress: Back in December Lewis made a dramatic return to action following his coronavirus ordeal by taking part in practice ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and ensured all eyes would be on him in his ensemble
Back in December Lewis made a dramatic return to action following his coronavirus ordeal by taking part in practice ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Although there had been concerns about the driver’s well-being following his battle against Covid-19, people soon started to talk about his outfit.
Lewis chose a striking black-and-white outfit that has been compared to the chequered Flag. A lover of labels, he finished the look with a £220 Prada bucket hat.
READ ALL ABOUT IT
Read all about it! Lewis donned an unusual ensemble to attend an F1 event in Nürburg, Germany last October
Lewis donned an unusual ensemble to attend an F1 event in Nürburg, Germany last October.
The sportsman wore a Dior white-and-black newspaper-print coo-ord made up of a denim jacket and straight-leg pants.
Lewis wore a bright neon green woollen hat and took COVID-19 precautions with a black mask.
GIVE HIM A HAND
Handy: Lewis was certainly no wallflower when he appeared at the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest last June. The Mercedes driver and reigning world champion wore a bold jumper that depicted a robot’s hand reaching for a human hand.
Lewis was certainly not a wallflower at the Hungarian Grand Prix Budapest in June last year.
The Mercedes driver, who is also the reigning world champion, wore an extravagant jumper that featured an image of a robot reaching for a human hand in a background of flames.
He paired it with patterned jeans, trainers, and an orange beanie cap to add colour.
THERE IS A SPACEMAN
Silver suit: Even a traditional suit is given a twist at Hamilton’s hands, with the racing ace choosing a metallic silver style for the 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards
Lewis gave a twist to a traditional suit by choosing a metallic silver design for the 2020 Laureus World Sports Awards.
Fashion maverick Dior opted for a knitted top and added trainers from Dior.
Although it was a bold decision, it ended up complementing the award he received for Laureus World Sportsman of the year.