Ever since photographer Mario Testino asked him to perform at a Kate Moss book launch party last year, Charlie Siem has fast become the fashion world’s favorite violinist.
With his aristocratic good looks, penchant for crisply tailored Savile Row suits, and posh education at Eton and Cambridge, it’s easy to see why Siem has been fawned over by the likes of Bruce Weber and profiled in a bevy of glossy fashion magazines. Oh, and he can fiddle some pretty nice music out of his 1735 Guarneri del Gesù d’Egville violin, too.
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