Matthew Zorpas: The Style Icon You Need To Follow


We need to talk about Matthew Zorpas!

Matthew Zorpas hails from Cyprus, Greece. A creative consultant and founder of The Gentleman Blogger, he is also a style icon who inspires men all over the world. I chanced upon his blog while searching for men’s fashion blogs and I was immediately smitten by his dashing style!

Apart from fashion,  Matthew Zorpas loves travelling and exploring new cultures, cuisines, the arts, fine dining and anything and everything that defines luxury. This reflects in his blog, which is dedicated to men’s fashion and lifestyle. The blog also provides useful fashion tips and gives a low-down on events, places of interest and exhibitions in London and elsewhere.

The blog is a platform for Matthew Zorpas to reach out to men, who would readily experiment with various styles and wear something that they never thought of wearing before.

Matthew Zorpas: The Style Icon You Need To Follow

Matthew Zorpas looks dapper in this brown leather jacket and matching boots. That bag though!

Matthew Zorpas: The Style Icon You Need To Follow

Doesn’t he look ‘dressed to kill’ in this navy suit with golden yellow tie? He totally nails the street style fashion.

Matthew Zorpas: The Style Icon You Need To Follow

When suave got a new meaning!

His Instagram account @matthewzorpas speaks volumes about his impeccable fashion sense, which includes street style fashion, retro wear, trendsetting fashion, casual and formal wear like two-piece suit etc. Even the accessories are perfect to a fault. I couldn’t help being awe-struck going through his remarkable wardrobe set against brilliant backdrops.

It comes as no surprise that the fashion icon has several feathers on his cap. He was named the 2nd Best Dressed Man in Britain by Esquire magazine UK (2010) and one of top five best dressed men in the world (2013) by GQ Taiwan named him. He shares his expertise in the niche by teaching in reputable universities in UK such as Istituto Marangoni and Brazil and has also penned a book on fashion called London 100, A Gentleman’s Guide.

You can also follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

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