Lewis Hamilton’s year of VERY outlandish outfits! F1 champion turned heads in clashing prints, garish suits and designer jeans (and they definitely weren’t all winners)
- British F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, 35, is well known for his bold fashion choices
- Steps out in metallic suits, garish colour block outfits and plenty of prints
- Daring approach to fashion has landed him on international best dressed list
There is no doubting Lewis Hamilton’s talent on the track – but his outlandish outfit choices are far more divisive.
The seven-time world champion, 35, today made headlines with the garish white and black jacket and matching trousers he wore ahead of practice for the Dubai Grand Prix – a look he finished off with a £220 bucket hat from Prada.
It is the latest in a string of dizzying outfits the racing ace has worn since the start of the year.
From a Dior newspaper print suit to a £510 Prada shirt, Hamilton’s wardrobe is not short of designer labels. He has also demonstrated a love of matchy-matchy looks, most notably stepping out in head-to-toe check in a garish green and pink colourway while in Italy this summer.
Then there are the slogan jumpers, baggy tracksuit bottoms and an extraordinary number of trainers. Here, a look at some of his boldest looks of 2020.
THE CHEQUERED FLAG
Lewis Hamilton today made a dramatic return to action following his coronavirus ordeal by arriving for practice ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in an eye-catching black and white outfit that’s been compared to the chequered flag. A lover of labels, the 35-year-old finished the look with a £220 Prada bucket hat.
More designer labels were on display when Hamilton stepped out in a £510 pinstripe Prada shirt and £140 cargo pants to walk his dog Roscoe ahead of the Turkey Grand Prix. Both the shirt and trousers featured retro patches. The outfit was finished with a pair of trainers
IN THE PINK
Vibrant even by his standards, Hamilton was unmissable in the garish pink jacket and matching jeans he wore for a lap of Italy’s Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari race track on his e-scooter. The sportsman added a touch of conventionality to his colourful look by wearing a simple white T-shirt and matching white trainers.
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Hamilton donned a newspaper-print co-ord, comprising of a denim shirt and straight-leg jeans, from French fashion house Dior as he strolled through the paddock ahead of the the F1 Eifel Grand Prix at Nuerburgring. He finished the outfit with a fluorescent green beanie
CHECK HIM OUT
Demonstrating his love of head-to-toe matching looks, Hamilton was spotted scooting around the paddock ahead of the Tuscany Grand Prix in a pink, yellow and green check shirt, worn with co-ordinating shorts and bucket hat. Hamilton accessorised his outlandish look with a gold chain necklaces and shades, along with baby pink socks and a watch with a pink face
There was lots going on with Hamilton’s outfit as he arrived for the 70th Anniversary Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone. The F1 driver wore paint-splatter purple, grey and red cargo pants with a ‘local optimist’ slogan jumper and a ‘personnel’ slogan cap
Teaming his Mercedes team top with a pair of turquoise and red tracksuit bottoms, Hamilton made yet another bold fashion statement at Silverstone this summer. Sticking to co-ordinated accessories, the F1 driver swapped his favourite white trainers for a scarlet pair
Never afraid to test the boundaries with prints, Hamilton wore a blue and white checkerboard shirt and oversized white t-shirt with a pair of £620 Heron Preston jeans. Staying true to his wardrobe staples, Hamilton finished the look with a pair of chunky white trainers
GIVE HIM A HAND!
Mismatched even by his standards, Hamilton experimented by pairing a baggy jumper with a flaming hand design with a pair of ornately decorated jeans ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix
SILVER SPACEMAN 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. The fashion maverick eschewed a traditional suit in favour of a knitted top and added trainers by Dior
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