While searching for brands that are not massively present on this website, I stumbled upon Jake Gyllenhaal attending the London premiere of “Strange World“.
I remembered vividly that many of the pieces that were part of his look were little gems quality-wise and for those in the know, this would probably be an interesting ensemble to discuss.
For the event, Jake wore a midnight blue Jil Sander coat with contrasting black peak silk lapels and matching pants from the Fall 2022 Menswear collection, paired with a matching blazer underneath.
To go with it, since the event was in November–and to add a further layer of comfort–he also opted for a Jil Sander yellow and brown shirt from the Resort 2023 collection that was matched with a striped R.Swiader Camel Franco shirt with long sleeves and Paraboot Avignon black grain leather Derby shoes.
When it came to his grooming, Jillian Halouska styled the actor’s hair in a short degrade coif, just some little strands of hair peeked through the top of his head, for the most natural effect.
His skin was gleaming and his 5 o’clock shadow-style beard complemented everything beautifully.
Once again, Gyllenhaal worked with stylist Michael Fisher, who replicated a color scheme he already followed in the past but in a new way, reminiscent of what he wore to the LACMA Art + Film Gala in 2021.
When you have a long collaborative relationship with a client, it is easy to spot what you know will work on them, which makes the getting ready process incredibly easier.
I also like to read between the lines and to see that Jake wore something from R.Swiader, “whose vision is for a gender optional dream world where everyone feels at home in their body, starting with their clothes”, helps me understand which causes the “Ambulance” actor supports, something that is relevant to me (apart from his artistry).
Strange World is a 2022 American computer-animated science-fiction adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
The 61st film produced by the studio, it was directed by Don Hall, co-directed and written by Qui Nguyen, who also conceived the story with Hall, and produced by Roy Conli.
Jake Gyllenhaal voices the character of Searcher Clade, a 40-year-old man.