Calvert-Lewin poses for fashion front cover in FLARED suit shorts

From the back page to the front cover! Style icon Dominic Calvert-Lewin poses for fashion magazine Homme+ in a DARING outfit including flared suit shorts as Everton striker remains out with a quad injury

  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin is on The Homme + Magazine’s 56th issue front cover
  • Everton striker Calvert-Lewin is currently out injured with a quadriceps injury
  • The 24-year-old scored three goals in as many games before his injury in August 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin isn’t one to shy away from experimental fashion choices and he took to social media on Tuesday to highlight that again.

Captioned with a butterfly emoji, Calvert-Lewin took to Instagram to reveal he will be on the front cover of The Homme + Magazine for issue 56 of their publication.

Dressed in a white polkadot shirt, black tie and blazer, the Everton and England striker completes the bold look in flared suit shorts, white socks and smart shoes.

Everton star Dominic Calvert-Lewin has used his football injury to be on a magazine front cover

The outfit is from Prada with the help of fashion stylist Harry Lambert.

While Calvert-Lewin is continuing to make waves in the fashion industry, the forward is unable to do so in the footballing world due to an ongoing injury.

The 24-year-old was sidelined by the quadriceps issue – along with a broken toe – during the opening month of the season and has not featured since scoring in a victory over Brighton on August 28.

He was slated to comeback in early October by Everton manager Rafael Benitez but on October 20 the club released a statement stating that their centre forward had suffered a setback and will remain out for several more weeks.

Calvert-Lewin, who scored in each of Everton’s opening three games of the season before being ruled out, was the club’s top scorer last season with 21 goals in all competitions.

Calvert-Lewin began the season in prolific form, scoring three goals in the first three games

But he has not featured since injuring his thigh after Everton’s 2-0 win at Brighton on August 28

In his absence, the Toffees have hit a dip in form – winning just two of nine matches in all competitions.

As a result of their plight, coupled with Calvert-Lewin’s injury, Salomon Rondon has opted against joining the Venezuela national side this week to concentrate on getting sharper for Everton.

The 32-year old was due to play for his country against Ecuador and Peru but is determined to use the time instead to step up his fitness so he is in prime condition for the Toffees.

Rondon joined Everton from Dalian in China on August deadline day and missed pre-season training. While he had maintained a good level of fitness, the absence of those arduous summer sessions have left him short of his desired levels on his return to the Premier League.

Salomon Rondon will not play for Venezuela this month as he wants to get fitter for Everton

The 32-year old Toffees striker was due to play for his country against Ecuador and Peru

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