CC fashion tweak

Tulkinghorn’s hacks were treated to an exclusive visit to one of London fashion week’s shows, courtesy of Clifford Chance.

As well as getting a sneaky peak at next spring’s must-have fashion items on the catwalk, the team was treated to canapés and champagne at the members-only Kingsley Club and a presentation from stylist company Colour Me Beautiful.

After learning about skin tone, body shape and how to dress to impress, Tulkinghorn has coloured some well-known Clifford Chance partners beautiful, illustrating how the senior management could make the most of their assets.

With these stylish tips Clifford Chance’s management really could give the Slaughter and May guys a run for their money as the best-dressed lawyers in town.

Mark Campbell, global head of banking Campbell’s dark hair and cool complexion make him a winter-toned lawyer. With a crisp and distinctive colouring, Campbell should opt for strong and sensual colours to show off that hair colour.

Tall and slim, Campbell certainly has legs to die for. Try out this season’s must-have item: high-waisted jeans to accentuate the waist, teamed with a cute pair of Cuban heels for that elegant look.

Peter Charlton, global head of corporate With fair hair and a soft skin colouring, Charlton epitomises the summer tone. Representing the most serene hue in the colour palette, Charlton should avoid high contrasts.

With a burly rectangular shape, he should stick to well-cut but not overly tight-fitting suits, mixed with the classic blue shirt. Keeping it simple and classic means Charlton could wear this look season after season.

Stuart Popham, senior partner With a summer tone, Popham should also avoid stark contrast and busy colour coordination.

With distinguished nut-brown hair, Popham encapsulates warm tones and looks great in softer shades. A pistachio-green or baby-blue would highlight his delicate colouring.

David Childs, global managing partner The peachy skin and light hair makes Childs yet another Clifford Chance summer type. His imposing figure means he is shown off to maximum effect in well-shaped suits.