He was released from prison last week after serving twelve months of a two year sentence for conspiracy to commit insider trading.
And Oliver Curtis looked chuffed to have swapped his prison uniform for his usual designer wear on Tuesday as he went back to work this week.
Oliver looked all business as he walked, sporting a stern expression as he chatted on a mobile phone.
He wore a stylish light grey sports jacket over a crisp white business shirt and a pair of slim-fit navy blue pants.
With his hair coiffed with styling product, the husband of PR maven Roxy Jacenko matched his outfit with a pair of thin-rimmed sunglasses,a pair of angle-high suede leather boots and a silver Rolex watch.
While it was unclear what labels Oliver wore, he looked quite debonair nonetheless.
His outfit was a far cry from the drab green uniform he had to wear as an inmate of the Cooma Correctional Centre.
Oliver wore a stylish light grey sports jacket over a crisp white business shirt and a pair of slim-fit navy blue pants
While he looked quite serious as he chatted on his phone, at one point Oliver cracked a smile as he stepped out of a Sydney cafe.
Oliver did find time to grab some coffees on his outing and he was seen carrying two takeaway cups and two parcels of food, while still clutching his mobile phone.
After picking up the refreshments, he was seen heading to his wife Roxy’s Sweaty Betty offices.
On Monday, Roxy broke her silence about Oliver’s prison release during a quick chat with Sydney paparazzi.
‘Roxy, is it good to have Oliver home?’ asked the photographer, prompting Roxy to respond: ‘Yes the children are very happy’.
‘Are you happy?’ they asked again. She responded: ‘Yes, of course.’
t was previously reported Oliver would be returning to work this week at his father Nick Curtis’ medical technology business E-Nome.