There is nothing quite so smart as the white suit. It's no surprise then that political and social activist Bianca Jagger has become so well known for this week’s #iconique achromatic look.

Nicaraguan born, Bianca moved to Paris having received a scholarship to study at The Paris Institute of Political Science – and it's here she developed an affinity for politics that set her on the pursuit of justice for communities both native and worldwide. Since, she has made many efforts within human rights activism, founded her namesake foundation, and she currently sits as an ambassador on the European Council of Goodwill.  

Both her philanthropic and activist efforts are nothing short of impressiveness and neither is her sense of style – from the draped cold shoulder dress she wore riding in on a horse to Studio 54 to her plethora of pleated trouser suits, Bianca Jagger epitomises chic. However, it is indefinitely the white suit, as she so famously wore when marrying Mick Jagger, that takes the proverbial wedding cake for her most #iconique look.

To emulate this #icon’s 70s chic, look to Racil’s Audrey double-breasted grosgrain blazer and Ziggy flared cotton-blend moiré trousers. Elsewhere, pull a look that would've turned heads at Studio 54 with Gabriella Hearst’s Dorethea off-the-shoulder silk and wool blend blazer and Chapman silk and wool blend skinny pants. Meanwhile, the sharp tailoring of Alexander McQueen – a single-breasted wool-blend blazer and kickback cropped wool-blend trousers – will create a true power suit. 

Channel your inner Jagger and get suited and booted with these looks:

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+ Church's is a true #Classic British heritage brand.

+ Take a trip to the wild side with Chimi's traffic-stopping sunnies. 

Hark back to the seminal style of last week's icon, Marlene Dietrich.