The 2014 American war drama “Fury” premiered in October 2014, and the cast, as expected, were impeccably dressed. Most notably in attendance at the premiere was actor Brad Pitt, who played the role of Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier. When the David Ayer film was released, Brad stole the show on the red carpet with his sophisticated ensemble. Find out how you can recreate Brad’s look and what some other celebrities at the “Fury” premiere were wearing.
Brad Pitt at the Premiere of “Fury”
Brad Pitt arrived at the premiere of his new film “Fury” looking like he was ready to collect the Academy Award for Best Actor. Wearing Tom Ford, Brad chose a very classic formal ensemble with a pleated tuxedo shirt
and peak lapel jacket
. His charcoal gray tie and white pocket square accessorized his dapper look, and his black shoes easily fit in with the dark gray ensemble.
Brad’s suave ensemble, slicked back mane, and tamed facial hair came as a welcomed change from his last several movie premieres. Recently, Brad has been attending his premieres and other events wearing leather pants or jackets, his hair long, and all in black. While his beautiful wife Angelina has been a fashionable accessory, it is nice to see Brad dressing more like People’s
“Sexiest Man Alive” in menswear ensemble that is easy to recreate.
Red Carpet Looks from the Fury Cast
While Brad Pitt's fashion may have made the biggest statement at the “Fury” premiere, some of his cast members also had notable looks for the evening. Actor Shia LaBeouf also cleaned himself up a bit, although he did sport a scraggly beard. He chose a dark blue suit and selected different hues of blue for his shirt and tie. He then paired the look with some classic formal black shoes. Altogether, his look is polished and unique, and it is a good example of how to pull off a suit in a color other than black.
Actor Logan Lerman was also in fine form at the “Fury” premiere. The 22 year old star sported a youthful and fashionable look by choosing Balenciaga for the occasion, and he wore a skinny tie and black tailored suit to walk the red carpet. The look is easy to recreate with a black, fitted tux, white pleated shirt, and matching black tie, and it would be great for an evening wedding or other formal affair.
Jon Bernthal also wore his Sunday best to the closing night screening of “Fury” during the London Film Festival. The former “Walking Dead” actor chose a classic black tux, white dress shirt, and black tie. Co-star Michael Pena also sported a basic black tux, but he chose to upgrade to a classic black bow tie
to give his look an added sense of sophistication.
If you need assistance recreating any of the looks witnessed at the “Fury” premiere, contact Fine Tuxedos
for suggestions and further inspiration.