Johnny Depp: Style Guy
The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory star is known for his offbeat outfits. Is he a trendsetter or a fashion victim? You decide. By Caryn Midler
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At the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory premiere, Depp took the film’s title to heart, sporting a cocoa-colored blazer and fedora, plus purple specs and two-tone shoes that matched the movie poster.
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Nattily attired in a pinstriped suit, Depp cleaned up with a new haircut and close shave for last year’s premiere of Finding Neverland.
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At January’s Golden Globe Awards, the actor made a bold statement in a retro double-breasted suit complete with 1920s-style spats, wallet chain and crimson pocket square.
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With his striped jacket, mirrored shades, beret and oversize accessories, Depp looked like a cross between a ’40s French film director and a ’60s bohemian poet early this year.
At February’s SAG Awards, Depp wore black on black, brightened by a bit of white on his Stacy Adams wingtips.
Depp dressed down in a striped polo, baggy white pants and well-worn shoes – and his favorite purple shades – at last year’s Venice Film Festival.
Early this year, he made a statement in a politically charged tee, ripped jeans and a hat worthy of a true urban cowboy.
While girlfriend Vanessa Paradis went for understated glamor, Depp turned heads at February’s Academy Awards in a custom blue shawl-collar tux and devilish facial hair.