Nicholas Banks in Kingsman at the “Kingsman: The Secret Service” World Premiere

Posted on January 15, 2015

Oh, Nicholas Banks. We don’t know who you are, but we feel pretty bad for you right now. Forced to wear a costume to your first movie premiere.

 

Nicholas-Banks-The-Kingsman-Secret-Service-Movie-Premiere-Lonodn-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Kingsman-Tom-LOrenzo-Site-TLO (1)Nicholas Banks attends the world premiere of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” at Odeon Leiceste Square in London in a Kingsman suit paired with Gucci shoes.

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“The siren suit is named thus as it was originally designed to be a quick way to add an extra layer of warmth as the descent into the air raid shelters began. Sir Winston Churchill famously wore a pin-striped version for both war-time duties.”

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No. We’re sorry. We don’t care if Winston Churchill wore one. It’s a plaid garage attendant’s uniform. And it’s INSANELY unflattering on him; especially from the side. He looks like he wants to cry. He was so looking forward to wearing his big boy suit and his manager winds up signing him away to do THIS. Don’t cry, Nicholas. We won’t hold this against you. Your poor shoe choice, wrinkled pant legs and giant, unbuttoned cuffs? THOSE we hold against you. Your wool milk man costume? We’ll call it forgotten.

Maybe.

Seriously, he looks like he wants to DIE.

 

 

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