The Toronto International Film Festival in Canada has provided a bevy of well-styled beauties. Now, for those guys, who also brought their A-game.
Benedict Cumberbatch: At the ’12 Years A Slave’ premiere at the Princess of Wales Theatre, the British actor was refined and relaxed in a light grey Dolce & Gabbana suit with a tie-less, white button-down shirt and reflective, black loafers. He worked this cool and clean-cut styling like a pro.
Hugh Jackman: The actor-stud glossed up the ‘Prisoners’ premiere at The Elgin in a shiny, dark Dolce & Gabbana suit paired over a midnight-navy shirt and black skinny tie. A bit of scruff added some rugged charm to all that fashion.
Brad Pitt: Like Benedict, Brad skipped the tie and unbuttoned his top collar, giving us some Gucci with this black notch-lapel, two-button ‘Brera’ black suit and white dress shirt at the ’12 Years A Slave’ premiere. His bad-boy ‘do of the day? A looped ponytail for those longish locks.
Jake Gyllenhaal: Joining Hugh at the ‘Prisoners’ premiere, Jake journeyed away from traditional black. He opted instead for several shades of grey with a charcoal Burberry suit, a slate tie and lighter dress shirt, all juxtaposed with his piercing baby blues and significant scruff.
Jeremy Irvine: Also in Dolce & Gabbana, the young, dapper British actor was at ‘The Railway Man’ premiere at Roy Thomson Hall, showing us a formal three-piece suit and skinny tie.
Jason Bateman: The funny-man actor took a more casual, monochromatic route with an all-black Dolce & Gabbana ensemble, sans tie, at the ‘Bad Words’ premiere, hosted at Ryerson Theatre.
Michael Fassbender: The actor bucked the tie-less trend that Benedit and Brad started at the ’12 Years A Slave’ premiere, wearing a strong, textured dark suit and stately satin tie, polished off with a pocket square.
Daniel Radcliffe: The British actor struck a rather serious pose at the ‘Horns’ premiere. His sartorially solemn Band of Outsiders black suit received a flash of blue colour with a Kenzo shirt, whilst black Christian Louboutin loafers completed the look.
Zac Efron: The cute-cum-handsome actor arrived for the ‘Parkland’ premiere at Roy Thomson Hall in a Gucci notch-lapel, two-button ‘Monaco’ grey-and-green plaid suit, which he matched with a white dress shirt, a black-and-grey silk tie and brown leather lace-up shoes.