Male Celebrity Look of the Week | Jared Leto in Gucci

Jared Leto and Gucci walk hand to hand since Alessandro Michel is the brand creative director. In less than a year,  the Rome native designer brought Gucci back to its former glory. A success story that Alessandro Michel share with his friends, included Leto. Two men, with a similar taste for fashion and crazy haircuts, who have grown close as friends and business partners.

When shouting the new campaign for Gucci Guilty perfume, there was no doubts about Leto doing the job. The American actor and singer is not only the face of the fragrance campaign, but reflect the new italian brand spirit. Gucci being a mix between seventies inspirations, Wes Anderson aesthetic, and modern geek vibes, the actor, who is able to play  equally a junkie, a transgender, or a criminal, represent perfectly the brand eclecticism.

Male celebrities love Gucci

Since his first menswear show, Alessandro has convert many men into wearing Gucci.  Besides Jared Leto, Tom Hiddleston, A$AP Rocky, and more were seating at Gucci’s front row  during Milan Fashion Week Wednesday.

Jared Leto went for a maximalist look. The layering was key with at the top an embroidered hoodie and a Japanese silk jacquard coat, and at the bottom jersey shorts with Gucci jacquard trim and red jacquard knit pants.

After working on the vinyl record that came with the Gucci’s invitations, A$AP Rocky attend the show in a suede bomber with orange shearling collar, a yellow sweater with a tiger patch, and a pair of blue technical track pants.

A casual outfit for Tom Hiddleston who pared a Gucci bomber jacket with a navy crew neck covered with red bee and star details, and  with the famous Ace sneakers.

The Chinese singer Chris LEE chose to wore a cool androgynous meets street style look. The ivory washed silk dress with lace was clashing with a black cotton oversize hoodie and amazing platforms.

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