It’s no secret that Chris Pine has been very weird with it on outfits lately. Under the guidance of sister posing duo Wendi and Nicole Ferreira, People’s Chris has become an eclectic vintage dresser, one who wears quirky summer hats and tall huaraches, and owner. The man of the beard matches a weary lighthouse in the sea of watchmen. The personality suits him so well that you might just wonder if he is tend to with it. Born with it, even.
On Monday night, Chris wore sundresses accompanied by his bow tie father, actor Robert Pine – best known for his role as Sergeant Joseph Getraer in the beloved 1977-83 crime drama. French fries—To the premiere of Dad’s new Apple TV+ series, Five Days at the Memorial. (Elder Pine plays Dr. Horace Baltz, a longtime physician who works at a New Orleans hospital after Hurricane Katrina.) And suddenly, everything is illuminated: Pines loves menswear!
The father and son hit the red carpet with two variations of their navy suits: Robert looked ton-sur-ton with a rich navy jacket and dusty blue slit pants, he wore a scarlet bow and pair blue Loro Piana loafers; and Chris in a crisp navy blue blazer, yellow buttoned, a partially unbuttoned shirt (one of his favorite new styling tricks), and gray high-waisted trousers held by a pair of slings. They just match up with the shoulder-length, bouncy hairstyle, providing some contextual evidence for our earlier notion that Chris Pine was “born to grow hair”. Turns out, he’s like that!
Chris Pine’s 20th-century Hollywood upbringing must have been fertile ground for cultivating an appreciation for old menswear. (His mother is former actress Gwynne Gilford, who played Robert’s on-screen wife in French fries and eventually left the biz to become a psychotherapist.) It manifested in his style, lasting the Golden Age of the industry with its obvious vestments and tank tops, into the New Hollywood era. with 70s level facial hair and dandy suits. A little natural, a little nurturing — a true Hollywood story.
https://www.gq.com/story/chris-pine-robert-pine-father-son-style Chris Pine and His Dad Robert Pine Prove the Menswear Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the (Pine) Tree