For the past few days, Brad Pitt has decided to try several clothing styles! Dressed in a large salmon-colored suit in Paris, for the presentation of his new film in Paris, he had joined Berlin in another very surprising Barbie pink ensemble. But this time, he has once again proven that everything suits him: still in the German capital for the preview of Bullet Trainhe arrived in a skirt.
Also dressed in a lilac shirt, he paired that above-the-knee brown skirt with a jacket in the same color and black ankle boots. A sharp look for the actor who seemed perfectly comfortable in this outfit. His fans also really liked and noticed the tattoo he has on his calf, which represents an animal’s head.
It must be said that Brad Pitt has always liked the unisex style: almost 20 years ago, when he was promoting Troy, he had campaigned for men to wear skirts, declaring that it would one day be fashionable. And a few years earlier, he himself had posed in a dress for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, in front of the lens of photographer Mark Seliger.
And that’s how he had raised his children: his daughter, Shiloh, now 16, has long adopted a rather masculine look, preferring in particular short hair and tuxedos to dresses. Now, the teenager has changed her mind and it is not uncommon to see her in an evening dress when she accompanies her mother to previews.
Perfect mix of her two parents, Shiloh, born in 2006 in Namibia, is at the heart, like her brothers and sisters, of the divorce of their parents, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. At the head of a tribe of six children (Maddox, 21 years old, Pax, 18 years old, Zahara, 17 years old, Shiloh, 16 years old, Knox and Vivienne, 14 years old), the two actors had recorded their separation in 2016, after 12 years together.
Since then, the war has been launched between them, particularly in terms of child custody: Angelina Jolie, who evokes a very violent dispute between her ex-husband and their eldest son, asks for sole custody, which she does not have for the moment not obtained. Their domain of Provence and their wine exploitation are also at the heart of their concerns.