Sebastian Stan went to a Disney Convention dressed exactly like my high school English teacher

Sebastian Stan is something of a red carpet wild card.

He might show up to a movie premiere in a baggy Hermès suit with a turtleneck and a freshly buzzed dish. He might attend the Met Gala wearing an American-Gilded-Age theme Pierpaolo Piccioli pink from head to toe. Or he might go to an IP-exciting Disney convention in a pair of pleated khaki pants, a powder pink shirt, and a sporty bomber jacket—which, by the way, is exactly the kind of outfit my cool high school English teacher who made us read Joseph Conrad Heart of Darkness and then see Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse now used to wear.

(By the way, all of the above is the work of Stan’s stylist, Michael Fisher.)

Stan playing Bucky Barnes in the Captain America corner of the Disney-owned Marvel Cinematic Universe, attended the D23 Expo in Anaheim over the weekend, where he was joined on stage by his franchise mates David Harbor and Wyatt Russell, both of whom were dressed how regular famous guys dress in these days (tonal). blue suits). And while Stan’s outfit may have seemed a bit managerial on the surface, it was actually a full-on designer look from New York-based label Commission, which produces thoughtful classic pieces filled with subtly freaky, even sometimes kinky, details.

Stand at the D23 exhibition, wearing Commission.

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…and back in May, in Valentino at the Met Gala.

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“It’s very ‘dad vibe,’ but then the proportions are actually quite young,” Jin Kay, one half of the designer duo behind Commission, of Stan’s outfit, said by phone earlier this week. (When the brand began menswear last year, Kay and his co-designer, Dylan Cao, were inspired by corporate uniforms and 1970s Japanese workwear, implicating at least some of what dads actually wear.) Of this trait, Kay agreed, Stan’s look turns to “hot dad.”

What sets the luxury apart here is the detailing: a bit of post sticking out from an SSENSE exclusive bomber jacket in cotton, giant carpenter pant-style pockets and loops hidden on the back of the pleated khaki pants. In photos for lookbooks and e-comm platforms, Commission’s pieces are typically styled as most contemporary brands do – slouchy and oversized, polish meets grunge. Take it unisex poplin uniform shirt Stan bar, which can be boxy in a skater-boy way, or fitted in a dad (or English teacher) way. And there you have it – the duality of man.

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