Who’s up for some meaty French thighs right now? Show of hands. Well, you’re in luck. Best Actor Nominee (and current Man of the Moment) Jean Dujardin got his brooding on for GQ magazine in an array of plaid suits, which makes Lorenzo very happy. When filling out forms that ask for his religious affiliation, he writes “Plaid,” draws a little box next to it, and checks it off.
Actually, we’re not sure which of his body parts is the best. Those thighs? The lips? The nose? That enviable brow? Whatever it is, we’ll take it to go.
Suit, $2,480, shirt, $420, and tie, $215, by Prada. Tie bar by The Tie Bar. Pocket square by Brunello Cucinelli.
On dancing: “I learned to tap-dance for The Artist. I love dancing in general, and making girls dance. My generation doesn’t do it enough.”
Suit, $748 by Banana Republic. Sweater, $895, and shirt, $395, by Giorgio Armani. Pocket square by Brooks Brothers.
Suit, $896 by Tommy Hilfiger. Polo shirt, $270 by Prada. Loafers, $1,280 by Tom Ford. Sunglasses by Mosley Tribes. Belt by Ralph Lauren. Watch by Seagull 1963.
On moving to America: “Oh, no. I am too Parisian. And I think the French would be angry if I left. I hope they would be angry.”
Suit, $2,130, and shirt, $370 by Gucci. Tie, $110 by Miller’s Oath. Shoes, $279 by Allen Edmonds. Sunglasses by Burberry. Tie bar by The Tie Bar. Pocket square by Paul Stuart. Belt by Emporio Armani.
Suit, $3,195 by Isaia. Shirt, $195 by Burberry London. Pocket square by Paul Stuart. Watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre.
On his idol Paul Newman: “I adore Newman. His elegance was so relaxed—chewing gum, opening his jacket, the tie hanging.”
[Photo Credit: Carter Smith for gq.com]