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When Mr Tom Mison arrives at the East London studio, his sharp blue eyes widen at the sight of rails weighed down by cardigans. It just so turns out that the fashion team at MR PORTER has unwittingly chosen to photograph him in his favourite item of clothing and the 29-year-old actor is thrilled at the prospect of getting to wear many of these knits throughout the day.

Why is he so fond of cardigans? “I’m a relaxed person and prefer wearing things that reflect that,” he explains. “Cardigans are something you can simply wrap yourself up in - there’s something very comforting about that. A big brown cardigan is my idea of perfection. It’s what I’d wear while stomping over the heath on my way to find a great pub with an open fire. Cardigans create that romantic image.” […]

But does Mr Mison ever feel typecast into playing the English romantic? “Not at all,” he says. While he was studying drama at London’s Webber-Douglas Academy, a teacher told him, “‘Look at yourself, you’re not going to get really gritty Ken Loach-style northern council estate parts. Maybe you should look towards the well-spoken period pieces.’ Luckily,” he continues, “there aren’t many men that fit in that role and I’m happy to embrace that. The posher roles I’ve played have been the most fun.” […]

It’s refreshing to hear Mr Mison speak enthusiastically not only about knitwear but about the joys of acting. The hackneyed Method is not for him, he says, adding, “I think the most important thing for an actor is to use your imagination. I think actors often forget to be inventive and surprise people.”

As he approaches 30, he plans on overturning his “natural aversion to the gym” and stay in shape for more screen work in America. “There are lots of beautiful actors that make me think, 'I should look a little bit more like that,’” he explains. “But I haven’t really felt much pressure…yet.” Despite promising projects ahead, Mr Mison maintains, “there still hasn’t been a moment where I’ve felt like, 'wow, I’ve made it’.” But as he slips from portraying a casual character in a navy cardigan thrown over a T-shirt and jeans to looking smart and fashion-forward in a chunky orange knit worn over a denim jacket, Mr Mison seems to have a lot to offer. If his cardigan-wearing skills are anything to go by, we predict that proud moment should come very soon indeed.

[from “Five Ways to Wear: Spring Cardigans,” 21 February 2012]