Friday, 10 January 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio in Giorgio Armani - 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' UK Premiere

Leonardo DiCaprio in Giorgio Armani - 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' UK Premiere
Leonardo DiCaprio / Source: Ian Gavan/Getty Images Europe

Leonardo DiCaprio attended the UK Premiere of "The Wolf Of Wall Street" at Odeon Leicester Square on January 9, 2014 in London, England. Leonardo DiCaprio wore a Giorgio Armani grey Prince of Wales check suit with peaked lapel, paired with a white shirt and grey tie. Giorgio Armani's signature style is also featured in the movie. As Wall Street tycoon Belfort, Leonardo DiCaprio is featured in Giorgio Armani's period style, circa 1993.

Love the check suit, Leonardo DiCaprio certainly looked the part of a Wall Street banker at the London premiere. You can't fault a classic Armani suit, it is beautifully tailored and fitted Leonardo really well. I do have a question though (we are learning everyday, right?): should Leonardo do up both buttons on his blazer? I always thought one should only do up the top button, but the proportion seemed right in Leonardo's case. And if the second button is always redundant, why put it there? Any thoughts?

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie talked about the film on the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square. Martin Scorsese’s highly anticipated new film 'The Wolf of Wall Street' will be released in the UK on January 17th 2014.

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  1. The check suit looks a bit too conservative for him.

  2. The second button should be unbuttoned. There´s 3 button suits. Can you imagine all buttoned up? Abou the check suit. It´s not well tailored. If you look at his suit pants it´s easy to realize that they are very big to his silhouette. The blazer is also poorly tailored. The sleeves are too long and could also loose a cm or 2 so they could fit his arms better. In my opinion, Leo is one of the worst dressed celebrities and should give Eddie Redmayne a call for his stylist.


what's he wearing?