There’s most likely not a job on earth Adam Driver couldn’t pull off, and this newest one isn’t any exception. Sure, he’s flitted between Brooklyn-based slacker on Girls, an intergalactic super-villain within the latest Star Wars franchise, and one very unhappy karaoke singer in Marriage Story. But his latest job, this time for a legendary trend home, is simply as thrilling. It’s simply been introduced that Burberry tapped Adam Driver because the face of an all-new males’s perfume, the primary on chief artistic officer Riccardo Tisci’s watch.“I’m very pleased to be working with Burberry on this marketing campaign, and with Riccardo Tisci in representing his first perfume for the model,” Driver stated in a brand-issued media alert in regards to the announcement. Though it’s but to be revealed the precise nature of the perfume, from scent and notes to idea and title, previous and present males’s Burberry fragrances are virtually all the time down-to-earth but elegant representations of classically masculine smells and motifs. Tisci’s creative imaginative and prescient, already seen within the model’s clothes collections since taking on in 2018, is bound to take these unique themes and switch them on their heads with a extra fashionable, extra playful take. Driver joins Tisci’s workforce of recent new faces for the model, together with FKA Twigs and Kendall Jenner. Driver’s a longtime fan and collaborator with the legendary British model, even sporting a bespoke Burberry ensemble to this week’s Cannes Film Festival opening night time. There for the premiere of his upcoming movie Annette (which earned a five-minute standing ovation on the pageant, throughout which he cooly lit up a cigarette), Driver wore a traditional black, English-fit tuxedo of mohair-wool that includes silk-satin peak lapels and facet stripes. The spotlight was Driver’s customized cufflinks, palladium-plated and inscribed with a personalised letter motif. The outfit appeared to suit him completely, and never simply actually: The fashionable tackle the timeless tux appeared made for Driver’s informal character. Anyone who’s adopted Driver since his HBO days is aware of that the actor’s been one thing of a trend darling for some time now. We’ve seen fawned-over GQ spreads, copyable model each on the road and pink carpets, and even fashion-focused film roles — he’ll be starring alongside Lady Gaga because the eponymous, ill-fated designer on this 12 months’s House of Gucci.
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