By Lori Perkins
I have always loved Brad Pitt, from the moment I first saw him in Thelma & Louise in my early 20s (his too!). And although we all know him as a very pretty face, now we can also see his lovely gams at the Berlin opening of the premier for Bullet Train, an adventure thriller that we might think is marketed to the more macho audience.
So kudos to Pitt for defying expectations and wearing a fetching brown linen skirt with a pink blouse to the movie opening in a very Harry Styles way. I wouldn’t be surprised if he soon announces a pronoun change, not to jump on the genderfluid bandwagon, but to make a statement, as he has a child who is living that life.
Pitt completed his look with a matching brown jacket, combat boots and sunglasses. He also showed off his leg tattoos which include images of a rhinoceros and a human skull.
He once told British Vogue that men would add skirts to their wardrobe collection while promoting his film Troy. In the 2004 interview, he said, "Men will be wearing skirts by next summer. That's my prediction and proclamation. The film answers to both genders. We were going for realism and Greeks wore skirts all the time then."
Pitt also wore a selection of mini-dresses to promote the film Fight Club in 1999.
And, not to be lost in all this skirt wearing, it was 99 degrees in Berlin the day of the premier. Skirts rule!