Coming off the back of a fairly hefty public breakup, it makes sense that Brad Pitt wants to unshackle from his past and experiment a bit with his look... something that he's definitely done here.
In a power move befitting his A-lister status, Brad shunned any and all red carpet uniform rules at the premiere for The Lost City of Z, favouring instead a slouchy amalgamation that is both trendy, daring and a bit of a mess.
It's all so confusing, Brad.
Ignoring the flat cap - a Pitt favourite and something no regular man should ever try - the top half of his outfit is solid, with a sharp black cropped blouson jacket working nicely with a crisp white shirt.
Where we run into choppy waters is the bottom half, with Brad possibly taking the wide and unstructured trouser trend a little too literally.
While the loose shape of Brad's trousers create a pleasing contrast with the slim-cut and shorter length of his jacket, the wild length and heavy pooling makes them err just a little too far on the sales-rep-on-the-train-preparing-a-very-important-presentation side of things.
Another point of mild umbrage lies with his choice of footwear, with Pitt opting for thin-soled, pointy-toed Oxfords in patent leather, a move that may well have been intentional (contrast again and all that), but in practice one that appears overly formal when held up against the 'avant garde' nature of everything else.
If you're looking to emulate this yourself, we'd recommend sticking to a wide-leg trouser with a taper and a cropped finish - to avoid pooling - as well as a pair of shoes that feature a bit more clout in the sole department. Leave the Oxfords for business suits and black-tie events.
But Hey, Brad, at least you're taking a few risks and pushing your personal style envelope a bit. Something that not many 53-year-olds are prepared to do.
F*****g hell, Brad Pitt's 53?