We in Australia have been privy to Christopher Esber’s deft, perfect tailoring for some time now. It’s arguably the designer’s greatest strength, and despite the brand’s natural evolution over the past decade, signature suiting has remained steadfast in his design syllabus. And now, model Elsa Hosk is also part of Esber’s suit club. Wearing Esber’s tawny two-piece suit to a Luisaviaroma event in Sardinia’s sparkling Costa Smeralda, the model with the infinite legs did supreme justice to the blazer pant combo, wearing the suit the only way a supermodel knows how: without anything underneath.

The Double Belted Wool Trouser with detachable belt (which has been sitting in our “Bag” on My Chameleon for some time now) is the perfect relaxed slack, chic-ifying everything from a simple white tank to classic knitwear (or is this case, matching jacket). The blazer is more a statement piece. Seen on the runway at Sydney Fashion Week in May, it features intricate waist cut-outs and dramatic tie-knot detailing, its boxy shape and sharp shoulders the perfect balance to its sexy midline.

Adding that iconic Elsa Hosk-glamour – a bombshell blow wave and bold red lip – the model makes a striking proposition for slouchy suiting – Australian-style. While the exact blazer isn’t available for purchase (yet!), you can shop its more wearable sister, the Boy Scout Blazer, below.

As for those pants, we’ll be proceeding to purchase after seeing these pics.

shop the look 

Boy Scout blazer, Christopher Esber, $890. shop now

Double Belted Wool Trouser, Christopher Esber, $690. shop now