Daniel Day-Lewis is the man to follow if you want to get a more daring look (and succeed)

His relationship with fashion, peculiar, extends to this (supposed) last film in which he plays Reynolds Woodcock, a London couturier who never existed but who, had he done so, would have been one of those notable but forgotten tailors among the greats. names of the seam. The character, say its creators, Cristóbal Balenciaga’s baby, Charles James, the dresses of Hubert from Givenchy and the status of minor creators as Victor Stiebel O John Canavagh. Paints well.

But did Day-Lewis learn to sew? Not really, the costumes that appear in the film are the work of the costume designer Mark BridgesBut the actor did learn about fabrics and even chose the colors for many of the on-screen dresses himself. Because what it does seem is that, beyond his innate style (the hanger, the face as designed with a square and bevel, the hair perfectly dislodged), Daniel has a certain predisposition for fashion. He is well dressed and always brings something. His clothes have presence, but also speech. Men can learn a lot from him.

Dress in casual at a certain age

There comes a time in our lives when we are back from everything and fashion is exactly what we want it to be. But in addition to doing it your way, it can be done well. Daniel has the perfect rule to dress sporty with maturity: the American basics, the worker style, a certain rawness in your clothes. The denim shirt without rips or strange washes; the pants not too narrow, with boot cut; the boots, of course, a bit wild and rustic; the borders well visible; the wide belt. A style that combines the best of classic cowboy style and the latest Japanese denim tradition (very much given to recovering real vintage aesthetics).

Getty Images