Taylor Zakhar Perez at “Bullet Train” Premiere – London

Stylist: Jason Bolden
Outfit: Prada
Groomer: Catherine Legg
Shoes: Prada
Belt: Prada
Bracelet: Prada

After watching “Red, White & Royal Blue” I could not be immune to the frenzy around actor Taylor Zakhar Perez who I had already seen in a small role in the series “Minx“.

That’s how I became interested in some of his previous red carpet appearances and I decided to specifically write about his first one at a premiere, that of “Bullet Train” in London.

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For that particular occasion, the actor was seen wearing a light blue Prada Logo Turtleneck Sweater from the Fall 2022 Menswear collection, paired with a black Prada Saffiano leather reversible belt and dark blue Prada soft wool blend pants.

1st picture is Look 21 – Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com

He also complemented his ensemble with black Prada Monolith Square-Toe Derby shoes and a black Prada Saffiano leather double bracelet with metal triangle logo with enameled loop.

His grooming was courtesy of makeup artist and hairstylist Catherine Legg who opted for a fresh, effortless coif with a wet-looking feel and immaculate soft matte skin.

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Taylor has been styled on several occasions by Jason Bolden, who has decked several of his clients in Prada ensembles. Never a dull one, always experimenting and mirroring the personalities of the people who he collaborates with.

Bolden is one of my favorite Black creatives and in this particular instance I appreciated how he played with the American actor’s incredible physique, keeping it poised, smart and not too overdone.

The emphasis was on the casual chicness for me and as simple as the attire was, I also liked how the colors almost mixed with the background.

I know it can seem shallow as a thought, but fashion is largely based on these ‘little’ details too.


Bullet Train is a 2022 American action comedy film starring Brad Pitt as an assassin who has to deal with enemies while riding a Japanese bullet train.

The film is directed by David Leitch based on a screenplay by Zak Olkewicz that adapts the Japanese novel Maria Beetle (published in English as Bullet Train) by Kōtarō Isaka.

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