Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jamie Foxx In Ozwald Boateng - 'Django Unchained' London Preimere

The ‘Django Unchained’ red carpets have started the year with truly stellar fashion. Jamie Foxx’s appearance at the movie’s UK premiere at the Empire Leicester Square in London, added another feather in this film’s plume.

The handsome actor pulled off a saturated, technicolor ensemble from British designer Ozwald Boateng. The splashy suit was done in an intense peacock blue and worn over a nearly neon turquoise button-down shirt.

A black tie and sleek black loafers kept this vivid and gutsy statement in the cool rather than cooky territory.

Only Jamie could pull this off with such class; this look makes him one of the most memorable males on the red carpet in recent memory.

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Jamie Foxx In Ozwald Boateng - 'Django Unchained' Rome Premiere

Jamie Foxx was feeling shades of blue at the ‘Django Unchained’ Rome premiere which was held at the Cinema Adriano in Italy on Friday evening.

He wore a perfectly tailored rich-blue Ozwald Boateng suit, which was paired with a pale-blue shirt and a shimmering grey-blue tie. These blue hues are so complementary together that they make a seamless colour palette.

Many men wouldn’t be daring enough to pull off this look, but Jamie certainly isn’t one of them.

He looked perfectly dashing, and I love that he isn’t afraid of bold colours. I hope he keeps this up for the Paris and London premieres this week.

Credit: FameFlynet

Written by Kelsi Borland

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