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Brad Pitt wears a skirt to the premiere of ‘Bullet Train’ in Berlin – nearly 20 years after he predicted fashion trends

Brad Pitt showed off his tattoos in a skirt at the “Bullet Train” best in Berlin.
Pitt had formerly told British Vogue that men wearing skirts would come to be a trend.
Pitt seems to be joining that trend after countless celebrity males have worn skirts at public occasions.

Brad Pitt put on a skirt to the premiere of his newest film “Bullet Train” after anticipating the pattern of men wearing skirts practically 20 years ago.

Pitt is presently on a worldwide trip to promote the flick alongside the primary actors, Joey King, Aaron Taylor Johnson, and also Brian Tyree Henry.

On Tuesday, the movie premiered in Berlin and the Oscar-winning actor chose to wear a brown skirt showing off his numerous tattoos, including among a rhinoceros and an additional that illustrates a head.

The 58-year-old actor likewise wore a coordinating brown coat, a rowdy pink t shirt, black desert boot, and a set of sunglasses to finish the appearance.

While people in the LGBTQ+ community have actually been sporting sex nonconforming outfits for years, an increasing number of celebs have actually embraced the fad over the last few years.

In 2004, Pitt also claimed that guys using skirts would come to be a fad while promoting his motion picture “Troy.”.

He told British Vogue: “Men will certainly be putting on skirts by next summer season. We were going for realistic look and also Greeks wore skirts all the time then.”.

In the movie, about the Greek epic poem “The Iliad,” Pitt needed to put on a leather skirt which he said, in a meeting with The Sun in 2020, was “chafing” him while recording.

In the past, Pitt has try out using womenswear. For his 1999 Rolling Stone cover shoot, Pitt positioned in numerous gowns.

When asked last year regarding his feeling of style, Pitt told Esquire that it is all about “convenience.”.

” You age, you get crankier, and also convenience comes to be more crucial. I believe it’s as simple as that,” he stated. “I do not want to look ostentatious, however if you come close, you see. I such as how the lining feels. It’s those information that are essential to me. It’s also laborious to adhere to patterns.”.

” Bullet Train” remains in cinemas on August 5.

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