Jake Gyllenhaal stuns in brown leather bomber jacket as he poses for photos outside Stephen Colbert's show
Gyllenhaal has been on a press tour for his upcoming animated feature 'Strange World'
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: Jake Gyllenhaal has long stood out for his amazing fashion choices and his recent New York City outing served up another addition to a long line of memorable looks! The 41-year-old actor was spotted wearing a shiny, brown leather, bomber jacket and looked like he was in a good mood. He also obliged photographers by briefly taking the time to pose for them.
Gyllenhaal is the younger brother of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ actress Maggie Gyllenhaal and has been on a press tour for the movie ‘Strange World.’ The film has him sharing screen space with Gabrielle Union, who had joined him for a sit down at 'Good Morning America' recently, where he spoke about the movie and also being part of a remake of Patrick Swayze’s ‘Road House.’ ‘Strange World’ will mark Gyllenhaal’s first-ever animated film credit.
For the outing, Gyllenhaal’s look grabbed a lot of eyeballs. He paired his eye-catching brown jacket with a white-colored graphic sweater and loose-fitting white pants. His sweater contrasted with the color of his jacket and seemed like a good match. He completed his look with a pair of beige sneaker boots and also had his dark brown hair slicked back in a tapered haircut and a barely visible beard. This appearance came when he was spotted outside of the sets of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’
Gyllenhaal has also spoken out about his fashion choices, in an interview with GQ. He spoke about how what he wears is an expression of himself and that his style evolves with age. “Style is self-expression; it's a representation of your mind. Choosing an idea; choosing a mindset with which you align. Wearing an artist or designer's work on your body is an expression of your taste and a choice. Style is about the balance between allowing yourself to come through and expressing an idea that you want to reach out to and become. My style has changed. I'm trying to move towards understanding that with age there comes a different representation of self, you know, and my clothing reflects that.”
He also spoke of being safe about his fashion choices and wanting to be a lot more adventurous. “I don't think I take big enough risks when it comes to clothing. I want to look back on my outfits and regret more. I think regretting things you've worn in the past is a big part of self-expression, which to me is vital in being human. That leads to you being better today, whether personality-wise or with your clothes.”