Charlie Teasdale is a journalist, stylist, and Esquire UK’s Style Director. He’s been at Esquire since 2014, and in his current role is responsible for masterminding the magazine’s style and fashion coverage; from tailoring trends to luxury watches, and everything in-between. Before joining Esquire, Charlie worked at leading luxury creative agency Show Media. He started his career as a music writer, but quickly realised ‘there’s more fun to be had writing about clothes’. He’s contributed to The Times, Man About Town and Evening Standard magazine, among other high-profile magazines.
If you could only have one pair of shoes?: Chunky black lace-ups. Something simple, in full-grain leather with hefty soles.
The best piece of style advice you’ve received?: Oliver Spencer once told me that ‘style is manners’, and that has always stuck with me.