Brad Pitt attends the Los Angeles premiere of Columbia Pictures’ “Bullet Train” at Regency Village Theatre on August 01, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/WireImage)

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Brad Pitt is taking advantage of his current press tour to shake things up, sartorially speaking. While on the red carpet for this upcoming film Bullet Train, Pitt has sported everything from slouchy drawstring suits and even a skirt, opting for a myriad of looks from slow-fashion designer Haans Nicholas Mott.


For the L.A. premiere of the film Monday night, Pitt wore an electric lime green suit with a teal undershirt bearing Mott’s signature collar stitching, while his pants featured a coordinating teal drawstring. The star slipped into a pair of bright yellow Adidas x Gucci Gazelle sneakers, jumping around the red carpet affair.


Brad Pitt attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Columbia Pictures’ “Bullet Train” at Regency Village Theatre on August 01, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic )

When asked by Variety about his new style on the carpet, Pitt replied “I don’t know! We’re all going to die, so let’s mess it up.”

For the red carpet screening in Germany, Pitt rocked a chocolate brown blazer, a rose-colored button-down and in a surprising twist, a coordinating brown knee-length skirt by the New York-based designer. He topped off the look with combat boots, layered gold medallions, and tortoise shell sunglasses.

Brad Pitt attends the “Bullet Train” Red Carpet Screening at Zoo Palast on July 19, 2022 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Ben Kriemann/Getty Images for Sony Pictures)

The Academy Award-winning actor posed alongside his Bullet Train castmates Joey King, Zazie Beetz, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Logan Lerman, and more. The film follows five different assassins aboard a fast moving “bullet train,” traveling from Toyko to Morioka. The hired guns eventually uncover a strange truth about their missions – while they may not be as interwoven as they originally thought, their assignments have something in common. Directed by David Leitch, Bullet Train hits theaters on August 5.