August 9, 2013 7:17 pm

Power dressing: Majid Mohammadi

The chief executive of Cutler & Gross says he prefers pieces he feels comfortable in and that hold their own in multiple environments

Majid Mohammadi is chief executive of Cutler & Gross, an Anglo-Italian luxury eyewear brand. A chartered accountant by training, he lives in London.

Blazer by Roy Robson

I am constantly on the move so need pieces I feel comfortable in and that hold their own in multiple environments. I’ve had this blazer for almost five years so the fact it has lasted so well is a testament to its quality.

www.royrobson.com

Trousers by Boggi

I discovered this brand in Venice airport 10 years ago and am now a devotee. These occupy the perfect middle ground between fashion-conscious jeans and corporate slacks.

www.boggi.com

Majid Mohammadi

Shirt by Hugo Boss

This is a tried and tested staple for me: a casual white shirt that still has fitted formality. The added detailing on the cuffs gives it a quirky edge.

www.hugoboss.com

Watch by Omega

Contrary to popular belief, I still think it is far easier to look at your wrist than a mobile phone to tell the time. This one is my favourite out of the seven I own.

www.omegawatches.com

Shoes by Pollini

Footwear is definitely something that people judge you by. These are made of soft light leather, with white trimming and laces – they are very easy to wear while also making a statement.

www.pollini.com

Glasses by Cutler & Gross

The design might be a classic but the blue acetate makes these frames really stand out. I own around 40 pairs of very different glasses and rotate them.

www.cutlerandgross.com

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