Jericho Rosales' Prada Fit Stole the Rings of Power Red Carpet

The actor injected some cool into the Singapore premiere.

Jericho Rosales turned up to the Rings of Power Singapore premiere red carpet in a truly big fit. Both literally and figuratively. While other stars decided to wear a standard suit, Rosales made a statement in an oversized double-breasted jacket by Prada. If the jacket looks familiar to you, that's because Thomas Brodie-Sangster wore the same one during the Italian fashion brand's fall/winter 2022 menswear show (yes, the very same that Jeff Goldblum, Kyle MacLachlan, and more walked in).

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The 42-year-old injected some cool into the premiere with a jacket that emphasizes the body, and defines the shoulders and waist. But, the jacket isn't only a big fit just because of the proportions. It's also a runway piece from Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons' partnership. As we said: big. The actor didn't stop there. He gave the look a tieless finish and topped it all off with some more Prada with sunglasses and Monolith shoes.


Prada Double-Breasted Wool Jacket

$4,400 AT PRADA

Rosales has been killing it lately. Just a few days ago, he attended the Vogue Philippines Gala in a deconstructed Jude Macasinag jacket. He also got the internet's attention early in August for rocking a skirt by Viktor Manila. But, with this Prada fit the actor assumes his final form.

An all-black oversized suit doesn't just look cool, it's a relaxed alternative to a classic, tailored one. Plus, it makes you look effortless and modern. And who wouldn't want that? No one, that's who. If you want to emulate the same vibe, check out the Prada pieces above.

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Paolo Chua
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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
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