Today we’ll bring you a pop of color thanks to Andrew Garfield attending the Film Independent Spirit Awards 2022, held in Santa Monica, California.
Garfield‘s ensemble for the event was a feast for the eyes: he was dapper in a purple Valentino peak-lapel single-breasted jacket from the Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection, a lilac men’s shirt with covered buttons underneath it and a pair of brown Valentino high-waisted tailored trousers from the same collection.
Andrew accessorized his look with an Omega De Ville Prestige watch, l.a.Eyeworks sunglasses consisting of a Baby Melt frame in color ‘Houdini‘ with custom hand-tinted lenses made in house, a David Yurman Petrvs Horse pinky ring with black onyx in 18k gold and finishing it all off with a pair of Scarosso ‘Giancarlo Marrone‘ Chelsea Boots in brown calfskin with a dark green stretch on their sides.
We love seeing the “Spider-Man: No Way Home” actor in every shade of color. We are so used to see male actors playing it safe, and it’s a pity because a lot of brands right now are spreading their wings and are giving the men’s long overlooked category an array of clothes to pick from.
Glad there is someone who is able to bring joy on a red carpet, despite the current situation.
During the show, Andrew Garfield presented the Robert Altman Award which went to the movie “Mass“, its film’s director Fran Kranz, casting directors Henry Russell Bergstein and Allison Estrin and its ensemble cast.
The Independent Spirit Awards were founded in 1984 and they are awards dedicated to independent filmmakers. Winners were typically presented with acrylic glass pyramids containing suspended shoestrings representing the bare budgets of independent films. Since 2006, winners have received a metal trophy depicting a bird with its wings spread sitting atop of a pole with the shoestrings from the previous design wrapped around the pole.
In 1986, the event was renamed the Independent Spirit Awards. Now called the Film Independent Spirit Awards, the show is produced by Film Independent, a not-for-profit arts organization that used to produce the LA Film Festival. Film Independent members vote to determine the winners of the Spirit Awards.
The awards show is held inside a tent in a parking lot at the beach in Santa Monica, California, usually on the day before the Academy Awards (since 1999; originally the Saturday before).