Robert arrived at CineStar cinema wearing a very sleek, very nice two-button custom black suit by the New York City luxury brand Seize sur Vingt that he paired with a white button-down shirt and a dark grey tie.
He looks dashing, and extremely confident. I really liked how this suit fit him, and while the colors are pretty basic, the tweed tie looks beautiful with the monochrome style. Considering I wasn’t the biggest fan of the fit of his Lanvin suit the night before, I think the silhouette of this was much more flattering.
In addition to the A+ on his suit, I’m pretty sure this is the best his “facial scruff” looked on the whole promo tour. I definitely don’t mind his face completely bare, but I think this was trimmed just enough to show off his features — what a great jawline. I will never understand how his hair can look disheveled, but oh-so-nice.
I’m not sure how long I can last without more red carpet moments for Robert. He has two movies set to be released next year, “Bel Ami” and “Cosmopolis”. He deserves a much needed break, although I won’t lie and saying I’m not waiting with baited breath to see a moss green or dark aubergine suit in the very near future.
Rob finished off his Berlin look with lace up black patent leather dress shoes.