If you want playful and colorful styling, Moschino is always the right choice. You also need a strong personality to go with it, and that’s why I’d like to talk to you about Kelvin Harrison Jr. attending a special screening of “Elvis” in Memphis, on June 11, 2022.
Truth be told, finding official pictures from the event made me feel quite like a true detective, because it was so hard but at the same time so rewarding that once I set my mind to it I couldn’t possibly go back.
That being said, the Black actor sported a Moschino Fall 2022 multicolor striped long coat, paired with matching pants. An edgy–but deeply appreciated–touch was the black latex turtleneck underneath it all.
To ground the look, Kelvin paired the unconventional suit with white Adidas NMD_V3 sneakers with grey stripes and signal green decorations on the sides. These models are made with a series of recycled materials.
Fashion aside, I think it is also worth mentioning the reason why the “Cyrano” actor wanted to play the role of B.B. King in the movie, as he revealed to Memphis Flyer: “For me, it was just how smart he was and how savvy he was with his business.
This was a very strategic man, in my opinion, but also [he had] so much heart and soul. And a simple man. He literally was working in the fields, and literally put up a wire on a post and started learning how to play and find sounds playing one string.
That is so incredible to me. So I was just so inspired by the tenacity that he had, and just the rawness.”
Well, don’t miss the movie if you have the chance to watch it; apparently it has the approval of the Presley family.
Elvis is a 2022 biographical musical drama film directed by Baz Luhrmann.
The film stars Austin Butler as singer Elvis Presley; it is dedicated to the memory of The Ladd Company‘s founder Alan Ladd Jr., who died in March 2022.
Elvis first premiered at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival on May 25, 2022.
In the movie, Kelvin Harrison Jr. plays the role of B.B. King, an American blues singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer.