Lewis Hamilton puts on a dapper display in a white longline jacket and a turtleneck top as he models stylish glasses for fashion photoshoot
He recently revealed one of the things that helps him on the track is his vegan diet, which he initially decided to overhaul because of his love of animals.
And Lewis Hamilton proved he can look good both on and off the track, as he posed for Police’s SS20 Collection shot by Rankin on Saturday.
The F1 champion, 35, looked sharp as he promoted the eyewear for the brand, modelling with a backdrop of the London skyline behind him.
Handsome: Lewis Hamilton put on a dapper display in a white longline jacket and a turtleneck top as he modelled stylish glasses for Police’s SS20 Collection on Saturday
Lewis put on a dapper display in an off-white longline jacket, which he teamed with a turtleneck top and black trousers.
The first snap saw him model a pair of wire-rimmed glasses, while in a grittier shoot Lewis showed off a pair of robust sunglasses.
To complement the shades, Lewis donned a metallic-style bomber jacket over a simple black T-shirt and loose jeans.
Dapper: The F1 champion, 35, looked sharp as he promoted the eyewear for the brand, modelling with a backdrop of the London skyline behind him
Modelling: The first snap saw him model a pair of wire-rimmed glasses, while in a grittier shoot Lewis showed off a pair of robust sunglasses
In January, Lewis detailed his vegan diet as he admitted that while his ‘first’ thought was the prolonging of the planet and its animals, it has ultimately left him feeling energised and raring to go.
He opened up about the positive impacts following a vegan diet has had on his performance, energy levels and the overall health of his gut.
The F1 champion told the new issue of GQ Hype magazine: ‘Ultimately, you want to feel great. You want to have energy, to be consistent.
‘You don’t want to have the big oscillations and highs and lows in your energy levels. Veganism has eradicated that. When I was 22, it was raw talent.
Gritty: To complement the shades, Lewis donned a metallic-style bomber jacket over a simple black T-shirt and loose jeans
Stylish: Lewis also modelled a pair glasses that had a black-and-white tortoiseshell pattern
‘You’ve got an abundance of energy, you’re fit, there are no aches and pains… But I’m always looking at how I can improve.’
He added that the things he looks to improve are: ‘Can my eyesight be better? Can my reactions be improved? Are there new ways of testing my reactions?
‘The ergonomics in the car … how can I make everything simpler? There’s a multitude of things and I’m always trying to raise the bar.
Lewis revealed that his diet transformation has healed his gut, he said: ‘One of the things was my sleeping pattern and not feeling right in the stomach. Your gut is your second brain.’
The motor sportsman added that non-vegans are missing out and said: ‘We’re taught to drink milk and eat meat for protein and I started looking into other areas of research around all this.
‘The first thing was, what’s happening to the animals? ‘Secondly, the impact it can have on your body. That’s a free advantage I’m going to take. If no one else wants it, well that’s their loss.’
Lewis, who decided to try veganism in 2017, has since opened his own meat-free, dairy free, free-from meat products restaurant called Neat Burger.
Healthy lifestyle: In January, Lewis detailed his vegan diet and said it has ultimately left him feeling energised and raring to go