Brad Pitt’s Latest Red Carpet Look Breaks All the Rules


Brad Pitt ditched the standard black tuxedo and navy suits that leading men tend to wear on the red carpet last night in Los Angeles. Instead, Pitt embraced bright colors instead—three of them, in fact. At the premiere of his film Bullet Train, he piled on the vibrant hues in an artful, and stylish way.  

What made Pitt’s suit so successful? It was the way he layered it. Pitt’s bright green linen suit—which is likely by the designer Haans Nicholas Mott, who has been making all of Pitt’s Bullet Train looks—was worn over a teal polo shirt. The two colors go together, but make for a nice contrast. For another punch of color, he added golden Adidas x Gucci low-top Gazelle sneakers. Pitt gets bonus points for the coordination here: the shoes matched the yellow stitching on his suit.

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Pitt’s verdant suit continues his more experimental fashion streak. Last month, the actor went viral when he wore a linen skirt by Haans Nicholas Mott on the Bullet Train red carpet in Berlin. He’s also been wearing effortless, colorful tailoring in a modern way. For the film’s photo call in London, he wore a hunter green suit with slip-on sneakers, and in Paris, a peach linen suit—a tricky hue to pull off. With his latest venture into color-blocking, it’s safe to say Pitt is in his most fun fashion era to date.



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