Since November, when Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement, the fashion industry has been scrambling to produce knockoffs inspired by the classically chic wardrobe of the princess-to-be. But men’s wear manufacturers have decidedly less with which to work. When he’s off duty, Prince William favors striped cotton shirts tucked into slouchy jeans worn with sensible leather loafers, a look he has stuck with since his nightclubbing days. He appeared elegantly relaxed in the Brunello Cucinelli beige cashmere V-neck he wore for one of his engagement photos—but he’d borrowed that sweater from the photographer, Mario Testino.
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