Further proof of teachers' status as style icons comes from the hunt for Britain's worst-dressed teacher. Junior school teacher Jay Wright's penchant for T-shirts and tracksuits may make him look scruffy (page 5), but it seems less a fashion faux pas than a practical response to a class of Year 6s let loose with paint and glue.
Teachers have no need to be Trinny and Susannah-ed. Nor do they need to follow ephemeral trends in clothing to the point that they look ridiculous.
That's the pupils' job.