‘Thanks to Bridgerton, I’m actually back in fashion’: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen wears all black leather and brandishes a RAPIER ahead of the return of Changing Rooms
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen channelled his inner Bridgerton when he donned black leather ahead of the return of his 1990s show Changing Rooms.
In a series of new promotional snaps for the show, the 56-year-old self-styled ‘homestyle consultant’ oozed flamboyance as he rocked a cheeky black outfit.
The star of his ensemble was his trouser, boot and waistcoat combo, which were all made from black leather.
‘Thanks to Bridgerton, I’m actually back in fashion’: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen wore an all black leather ensemble and brandished a RAPIER ahead of the return of Changing Rooms
Grin: The 56-year-old interior designer completed his look with a simple knee-length black overcoat and a cheeky smoulder
He wore a simple, yet classy, black overcoat that came down to just above knee-level.
In one snap, a skull and cross bones design adorned his waistcoat.
Seen standing in a grand room, befitting of a regal ball from the hit Netflix show Bridgerton, Llewelyn-Bowen also held a rapier in one of his gloved hands.
Speaking about his look, the TV star said he wanted to re-visit some of his older styles as he prepped for the 25th anniversary and return of Changing Rooms.
He said: ‘September will mark the 25th anniversary of the first ever Changing Rooms episode hitting our screens so I really liked the idea of re-visiting the look I had back then for this new shiney 2021 revivification of the show.
Interior royalty: Striking a pose, the designer channeled a very stately posed in his slightly kinky get-up
Keeping it cool! Donning a pair of sunglasses, Llewelyn-Bowen looked almost ready to duel an opponent in this promotional snap ahead of the return of Changing Rooms
‘Funnily enough, thanks to Bridgerton, it looks like I’m actually back in fashion.’
Llewelyn-Bowen’s latest snaps came amid a number of probes into the financing of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Downing Street Flat renovations.