Tom Daley shows off his edgy style in a uniquely patterned suit

Tom Daley shows off his edgy sense of style in a uniquely patterned suit as he poses arm-in-arm with husband Dustin Lance Black at British Vogue’s Forces For Change dinner

Tom Daley showed off his unique sense of style as he stepped out with his husband Dustin Lance Black to the British Vogue Forces For Change dinner at The Londoner Hotel in the UK capital on Sunday.

The diver, 28 wore a black and orange patterned suit as he went shirtless underneath the jacket to give a glimpse at his chest.

Olympian Tom accessorised with a gold chain and wore a pair of black shoes as he stood arm-in-arm with American screenwriter partner Dustin, 48, at the event. 

In style: Tom Daley, 28, showed off his unique sense of style as he stepped out with his husband Dustin Lance Black, 48, to the British Vogue Forces For Change dinner on Sunday

In style: Tom Daley, 28, showed off his unique sense of style as he stepped out with his husband Dustin Lance Black, 48, to the British Vogue Forces For Change dinner on Sunday

Dustin looked dashing in a black dinner jacket and matching trousers, with the director opting for a maroon turtle neck jumper for the evening.

The couple, who have been married since 2017, appeared content in one another’s company, posing on arrival at the bash. 

British Vogue is highlighting changemakers in various areas each month this year as part of Forces For Change.

Out and about: The diver wore a black and orange patterned suit as he went shirtless underneath the jacket to give a glimpse at his chest for the event at The Londoner Hotel

Out and about: The diver wore a black and orange patterned suit as he went shirtless underneath the jacket to give a glimpse at his chest for the event at The Londoner Hotel

Strike a pose: Olympian Tom accessorised with a gold chain and wore a pair of black shoes for the event in the UK capital

Strike a pose: Olympian Tom accessorised with a gold chain and wore a pair of black shoes for the event in the UK capital

Women making a positive contribution to society, raising awareness and changing mindsets on topics spanning climate change, diversity, mental health, gender rights, disability and more have been named.

Last year the magazine also partnered with BMW UK to offer three young people a place on a groundbreaking scholarship programme.

Tom and Dustin are fathers to their son Robert, four, who they welcomed to the world via surrogate in June 2018.

Happy couple: Tom stood arm-in-arm with American screenwriter husband Dustin, who looked dapper in a black dinner suit

Happy couple: Tom stood arm-in-arm with American screenwriter husband Dustin, who looked dapper in a black dinner suit

And television personality Tom says his offspring begs him begs him to stop knitting, a favourite hobby of the sportsman.

Tom loves making woolly garments for Robbie but admitted his enthusiasm isn’t always shared by the little boy.

He recently told Prima magazine: ‘I love making stuff for my son Robbie.

Family affair: Tom and Dustin are fathers to their son Robert, four, who they welcomed to the world via surrogate in June 2018

Family affair: Tom and Dustin are fathers to their son Robert, four, who they welcomed to the world via surrogate in June 2018

‘I’ve made him so many jumpers and cardigans.

‘It has got to a point where I sometimes get the needles out and he’s like, “Papa, no more knitting.”

‘But he’s been asking for a hat for a while so that’s my next project.’

Tom became famous for his knitting after he sat in the stands creating a Team GB jumper during the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Japan.

Halt: Television personality Tom says his offspring begs him begs him to stop knitting, a favourite hobby of the sportsman

Halt: Television personality Tom says his offspring begs him begs him to stop knitting, a favourite hobby of the sportsman

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