Actor Jason Sudeikis stepped out at Toronto International Film Festival 2016 for the premiere of his new movie Colossal. Jason looked dapper wearing a full Ben Sherman Tailoring ensemble.
The comedian paired a Ben Sherman Tonic Blue Depths suit with a classic white dress shirt and deep red knitted tie from the formal wear collection. In a daring move he opted to finish off his sharp look with a pair of co-ordinating Nike kicks.
Ben Sherman was founded in 1963, re-inventing the Button Down shirt through bold use of check, colour and details. Ben Sherman transformed the humble shirt from a staple item into a statement piece that was perfect for the mood of the early 1960s and an instant success. Inspired by a modernist sartorial approach, this intrinsically British sub-culture embraced the Ben Sherman shirt, loving it for its high quality fabrication, slim-fitting style and unique design.
Throughout the decades, one thing has remained a constant focus for the Ben Sherman shirt; the shirt is always worn buttoned up. It is a deliberate choice that exudes Britishness and personal pride.
Photograph: Jason Sudeikis wearing Ben Sherman Tailoring at the premiere of his new film Colossal.