The actor teamed his all-black outfit with the same vintage Tag Heuer watch he wore in 'Barbie'
Make way for Fashion Week Ken!
On Friday, Ryan Gosling made an appearance at the Gucci presentation in Milan, and he did so wearing a look that exuded major Kenergy.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 42, spruced up in a moto bomber jacket, white shirt, black trousers and loafers.
He also accessorized with a black-and-gold vintage Tag Heuer Carrera watch, which just so happens to be one out of the three (yes three!) Tag Heuer timepieces he wore as Ken in the box-office hit Barbie. (“The Ken rule is that you put three things on,” he told GQ while walking through his watch collection.)
Gosling isn't new to the luxury brand. He's been a Tag Heuer brand ambassador since 2021 and was previously spotted promoting the Greta Gerwig-directed film (before the SAG-AFTRA strike) with a special hot pink Carrera Date silhouette decorating his wrist.
Gucci also has a special place in Gosling’s closet. During the Barbie press tour, the heartthrob wore tons of pastel suits made by the Italian fashion brand.
At the world premiere in July, he opted for a salmon-pink suit complemented with a light pink shirt underneath as well as cream-colored oxfords. The cherry on top of his very on-theme look was his “E” initial necklace, which was a subtle nod to his partner of over a decade Eva Mendes.
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Prior to that, he brought his cool flair to Toronto, where he showed up for a press day dressed in an electric blue Gucci single-breasted suit styled with a baby pink button-up shirt and purple loafers.
Milan Fashion Week has shaped up to be quite the celebrity-centered spectacle — and we're only three days in!
Joining Gosling’s dreamy arrival on the list of top moments from the week has to be Kylie Jenner’s accidental Timothée Chalamet lock screen reveal, Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny’s front-row debut and Claudia Schiffer’s statement-making return to the Versace catwalk amidst her absence in AppleTV+'s docuseries The Super Models, despite holding the title as one of the original Versace muses.
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