Brad Pitt is a fashion designer now, thanks to Brioni

The Roman tailoring brand has collaborated with Brad Pitt on a new capsule collection and it’s as edgily refined as the Hollywood superstar himself

If you could dress like one celebrity for the rest of your life, who would it be? Are you a Crocs and sweatpants-clad Justin Belieber or are you more of a Jake “suit, tee’n’chain” Gyllenhaal kind of a guy? Perhaps you’re a fan of “Timmy” Chalamet’s Prada nylons or maybe you’re a chaps and braids chap, like Lil Nas X.

If you’re anything like us, however, you’ll most likely want to dress like Hollywood’s forever golden boy, Brad Pitt, until you croak. Not least because the man could wear, well, a body bag and still look improbably chic.

The good news is that for the first time ever Pitt has turned his hand to designing and the result is an eminently wearable seven-piece capsule collection created in collaboration with Kering-owned tailoring house Brioni.

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Architectural Digest

There is truly something for everyone in the new documentary Unity Temple. The film tells the story of the craftspeople and historians behind the extensive $25 million restoration (unveiled in 2017) of the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois, with narration by none other than Hollywood heartthrob and architecture buff Brad Pitt.

It’s no secret that Pitt has long been enthralled by the built world. In 2006, he and his now ex-wife Angelina Jolie arranged for a private tour of Wright’s famous Fallingwater house in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. In 2008, Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation built dozens of eco-friendly homes in New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward in concert with starchitects like Sir David Adjaye—though years later the project faced a class action lawsuit.

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