Oscar Winner Adrien Brody Wears Ermenegildo Zegna

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Oscar Winner Adrien Brody Wears Ermenegildo Zegna


Adrien Brody (The Thin Red Line, Summer of Sam, The Affair of the Necklace) arrived at the 75th annual Academy Awards wearing Ermenegildo Zegna.

Accompanied by his parents, both of whom were dressed up by the Zegna Group, the young actor won the Oscar for best actor in a leading role for his dramatic performance in the highly acclaimed film, the pianist.

The movie, which had been nominated for best picture, is a story of Wladyshaw Szpilman, a brilliant pianist and Polish Jew (played by Brody) who survived the holocaust.

Brody looked exceptionally sophisticated that night in an exclusive Oscar outfit designed for the actor by Zegna.

Giving the most memorable speech, Brody walked on stage wearing a midnight blue threebutton evening suit, a white formal shirt made of fine Italian cotton and a signature Zegna twin tie that pairs double blades of fabric in different colors, patterns and materials.

In his speech, Brody thanked his parents for giving him the creativity, encouragement and strength that allowed him this win.

Taking Adriens lead, his father, Elliot Brody, also wore Zegna. He chose a sleek black, single- breasted Peak lapel tuxedo, a crisp white tuxedo shirt and a classic black tie. …

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