The Bonkers ‘Bullet Train’ Red Carpet Showing Continues in L.A.

Finally, the men’s fashion locomotive is High speed train press tour went to Los Angeles.

After brilliantly crossing over to Europe, the film’s flamboyant cast — Brad Pitt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, and Joey King among them — reconvened the states. For the film’s LA premiere, the gang added several other co-stars, including Bad Bunny and Logan Lerman, to their passenger logs. And maybe that’s because the movie actually takes place on Japan’s most modern high-speed rail system, but there’s already a dynamic to the red carpet screening for David Leitch’s latest action movie. Specifically, Pitt and Henry wore some of the best menswear we’ve seen in a while.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tiree Henry and Brad Pitt in attendance High speed train red carpet on July 19, 2022 in Berlin.Image Sebastian Reuter / Getty

Pitt, as we discussed, was actually present throughout the promotion. His idiosyncratic linen garments, which he co-designed with private label designer Haans Nicholas Mott, seem to give Pitt a sense of mystery, and at times unstable, in terms of physical and mental mobility on the red carpet. Standing still and smiling, as per normal event protocol, has been replaced by strange jumps and dashes. In a way, this behavior change is the heartbeat of Mott’s design practice as he describes it. GQ via email, posting that “the wearer has to do real independent work to understand what kind of person they want to be in the world, I can’t do this work for them.”

(About the design process itself, Mott found harmony working with Pitt: “There was a congruence between Mr. pitt’s vision of our shared space and my freedom to navigate within it. His sense of color/fit/texture/pattern is completely nuanced and truly distinctive,” he wrote.)

For Pitt, maybe it’s the clothes, or maybe it’s his new lease in life. Last night in Los Angeles, when Diversity asked the actor why he wore a skirt to the Berlin premiere, to which he responded like a wasp: “I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up. “

That being said, while we wait for the movie to hit theaters on Thursday, August 4 — and while the US waits for a truly radical city high-speed rail system of its own — the This high speed outfit still gives off some vibes. Here are some highlights:

https://www.gq.com/gallery/brad-pitt-bullet-train-premiere-style The Bonkers ‘Bullet Train’ Red Carpet Showing Continues in L.A.

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