NEWS - If you have ever tuned into the Twilight movies, you’re probably aware that Robert Pattinson has always been somewhat camp.
He’s a "mood," he’s relatable, and his dry humor cracks everyone up. But, the part we love most about his personality is that he has a low tolerance for nonsense.
Pattinson's understated way of being bold naturally translates to his personal aesthetic and fashion.
What he wore to fashion week is proof of that.
We spotted Robert Pattinson's outfit at the Dior Show during Fashion Week.
He wore a dark blue sequined skirt paired with a hazel-colored fur jacket which gave a balancing dimension to his silhouette.
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His whole outfit was complete with black knee-length socks and calf-length boots.
We found this to be an understated approach to lead the viewer’s eyes to the sparkling blue kilt.
The Cost Of Fame: Robert Pattinson Opens Up About Body Struggles
His fashion-forward statements reflect his desire to rebel against the current—and unrealistic—beauty standards that had grown and festered in Hollywood since before our generation was born.
When he landed his role as Batman, he expressed that he had to "resist the pressure of getting ripped."
He says that, even if you do try everything to get ripped, there will always be someone more in shape.
His interview with esquire revealed the dark undertones of having the vibrant life of a celebrity. It also reveals the pressures that men have to face. That they have to fit a certain mold in order to be marketable.
The stress of having to keep up with beauty standards must be so taxing, but the fact that it's a job that is highly competitive could get to anyone.
Rebelling against all of that has to feel like an uphill battle.
"It’s very, very easy to fall into that pattern as well, even if you’re just watching your calorie intake; it’s extraordinarily addictive — and you don’t quite realize how insidious it is until it’s too late." as Pattinson says himself in this interview.
This proves, ultimately, that a person’s fashion expression is deeply personal. Our style is the amalgamation of our body image, how we see ourselves, and if we want to rebel against a certain standard.
Fashion is an expression of both resistance and surrender, reflecting our relationship with society.
It is also a comforting thought that if Robert Pattinson still feels the pressure and the need to rebel against the nonsense that he sees in this world, then we all have an "excuse" to dress in a way that feels right.
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