- Brad Pitt wore a brown, raw-hem knee-length skirt and matching jacket to a screening of his film “Bullet Train” in Germany
- He posed for photos on the red carpet alongside his “Bullet Train” co-stars Joey King and Zazie Beetz
- Pitt’s outfit puts him on the growing list of male Hollywood stars rocking skirts and dresses on the red carpet
Brad Pitt is bringing his unique style to the red carpet.
Pitt, 58, made a fashion statement at a screening of his new film “Bullet Train” in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, Entertainment Tonight reported.
Photos from the event showed the 58-year-old actor striking a pose on the red carpet in a brown, raw-hem knee-length skirt and matching jacket, which he paired with a dusty rose shirt.
He finished the look with tortoise-shell sunglasses, his signature long chains and a pair of black combat boots.
Pitt’s skirt also showed off some of his leg tattoos, including what appeared to be a rhinoceros face and a human skull.
Pitt’s ensemble puts him on the growing list of male Hollywood stars rocking skirts and frocks on the red carpet. Other notable names who have donned dresses and skirts include Oscar Isaac, Harry Styles, Vin Diesel, Gerard Butler, Billy Porter, Jared Leto and Jaden Smith.
Pitt posed for photos on the red carpet alongside his “Bullet Train” co-stars Joey King and Zazie Beetz. The “Kissing Booth” star rocked a sleek, light-pink bob haircut and form-fitting jumpsuit for the premiere, while Beetz graced the red carpet wearing a strapless turquoise minidress with her hair styled in two space buns.
The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor’s ensemble received praise from social media users, though some thought he could have gone for a more fashionable skirt or dress.
“Always here for Brad Pitt in a skirt,” a third person added.
“He could’ve done better than this outfit. He looks like a frumpy librarian,” one critic opined.
While promoting his film “Troy” back in 2004, Pitt predicted that men would add skirts to their wardrobe collection.
“Men will be wearing skirts by next summer,” he said at the time, according to British Vogue. “That’s my prediction and proclamation. The film answers to both genders. We were going for realism and Greeks wore skirts all the time then.”
“Bullet Train” hits theaters on Aug. 5.
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