From the face of Dolce&Gabbana to a turn as Marks & Spencer’s most recognisable embodiment, David Gandy, arguably the world’s most powerful male supermodel has turned his hand into creating his own brand of luxuriously comfortable loungewear for the work from home dystopia we’ve found ourselves in thanks to the pandemic. Taking his decades of experience at modelling for some of the biggest menswear brands on the planet, Gandy recently told Augustman’s contributor Cezar Greif, “It’s about style, quality and fit.”

Weʼve done the loose crew, weʼve done the heritage-T with a pocket, different ribs, V-neck, etc. You canʼt please everyone, but weʼre trying to please as many people as we can. With the quality and the softness we use, I think weʼve created something very, very special. – Gandy to Augustman contributor Greif for November 2021

Editor’s personal favourite: Heritage sweat ticks all these boxes and has a useful little utility pocket so you can wear it all day long. Think of it as loungewear in disguise. David Gandy photographed by Charlie Gray on the river Thames, London, England. He’s also wearing Persol sunglasses and Bvlgari Octo Roma

A collection of ultra-easy-wearing jersey pieces designed with comfortable yet stylish living in mind, Gandy’s Wellwear proposes a lifestyle that the man himself endorses. Stretchy T-shirts, a perfect fit everytime, perfect for that laidback look under Ralph Lauren leather overcoat or blazer, or equally at home (no pun intended) as an essential work-from-living room garment, it’s simply a nomcore (a fashion trend characterised by unpretentious, average-looking clothing) aesthetic as interpreted by a gentleman who has quite assuredly, one of the best curated looks on the planet.

That said, Wellwear loungewear is anything by “average”, the tracksuit jersey dressing gown, gorgeous in deep navy and piped in white is anything but “average” – extremely comfortable and a tragedy that no one else has considered the material before Gandy, the model-turned-entrepreneur is squaring his aim directly at the burgeoning wellness market. Indeed, at a time where a pandemic as completely altered the concept of workplace and home-space, Wellwear offers style-savvy fitness fanatics easy pieces to wear to, from and at the gym or to the answer the call of one’s evolved-self, taking 10 minutes for burpees in between Zoom meetings to alleviate the tedium of on again, off again lockdowns and movement restrictions.

Gandy in his Wellwear Ultimate Loopback Hoody and Off white cotton drawstring trousers. David Gandy photographed by Charlie Gray on the river Thames, London, England. He’s also wearing Charcoal grey naval overcoat by Dolce & Gabbana., Tod’s chunky boots and Bvlgari Octo Roma

Featuring an array of tactile pieces, the collection includes essentials, from T-shirts, sweatshirts and jogging bottoms, to bombers, gilets and a bathrobe reimagined with sweat-resistant jersey. Optimum comfort was the main priority, but it’s the use of innovative fabrications that makes the range truly unique. “We looked at what was the success of M&S, and that was the comfort, the softness and the quality. So, we checked everything. Weʼre making it in Portugal. Weʼre making it more sustainable, weʼve added Wellwear briefs, Wellwear care, which is proprieties washed into the clothing. Weʼve added aloe vera into the pyjamas, anti-bacterial, antiodourant, so that you have to wash the clothing less. The production of clothing is terrible for the environment. We need everyone to wear things more, buy less in many ways. Washing it all the time is wearing your clothing down, and then thereʼs also the amount of water used.”

Head over  David Gandy’s full interview for more pics and take a look at David Gandy Wellwear collection here. Gandy is living it up on Thames LimoLondon’s first private water limousine, check out their instagram.



written by.

Jonathan Ho

Managing Editor
Jonathan Ho might have graduated with a business degree but he thumbed his nose at commerce and instead opted for a harder life in journalism. He edits Augustman, a title he first joined when he became a writer after a career in advertising and now, earns a living writing commentaries on the luxury industry.
Effortless Style: David Gandy’s Wellwear Loungewear for Work From Home

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