Lewis Hamilton dons a faded denim jacket and matching jeans

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He is known for displaying his extravagant sense of style.

And Lewis Hamilton made sure to turn heads as he donned a stunning yet to be released bleach-wash denim co-ord as he took to the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna to Italy Thursday.

The racing driver, 37, looked as fashion-forward as ever in the purple and gray jacket with matching casual jeans from A Cold Wall’s Fall 2022 collection.



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Fashionista: Lewis Hamilton, 37, turned heads in a stunning faded denim jacket and matching jeans at the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Italy on Thursday

He layered a plain white T-shirt underneath which he tucked into his pants and added a series of silver chain necklaces.

Lewis opted for a £540 pair of Alexander McQueen canvas ankle boots with an exaggerated chunky rubber sole and contrasting white laces.

To complete his look, he sported a burgundy trucker cap from luxury fashion house Nahmias and pulled his hair up into a low bun.



Bold: The racing driver looked trendier than ever in the purple and gray coordinate from A Cold Wall's Fall 2022 collection


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Bold: The racing driver looked trendier than ever in the purple and gray coordinate from A Cold Wall’s Fall 2022 collection

It comes as Lewis Serena Williams is reportedly backing Sir Martin Broughton’s bid to buy Chelsea FC, with the stars set to invest in buying the club from Stamford Bridge.

According to Sky Newsthe seven-time Formula 1 champion and 23-time Grand Slam winner are set to pledge £10million each in the deal, with Chelsea set to be sold for around £2.5billion.

A spokesperson for Lewis said: “We can confirm that Lewis has joined Sir Martin Broughton’s bid, but the financial figure reported in the Sky article is not accurate.”

Martin, the former president of British Airways and Liverpool FC, have apparently been in talks with the duo for weeks.

Lewis has spoken before about how he supports Chelsea London rivals Arsenal and has been a fan since the age of five.

Sky News also claims that Lewis would “play an official role in Chelsea’s future efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion” if Martin’s bid is successful.

Chelsea have been on sale since March – shortly before Russian owner Roman Abramovich was hit with government sanctions over his links to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Raine Group, the bank overseeing the sale of Chelsea, could present its preferred bidder to the government as early as this week.



Partnership: Lewis Serena Williams is said to have backed Sir Martin Broughton's bid to buy Chelsea, with the stars ready to invest in buying the Stamford Bridge club


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Partnership: Lewis Serena Williams is said to have backed Sir Martin Broughton’s bid to buy Chelsea, with the stars ready to invest in buying the Stamford Bridge club


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