So now that Johnny Depp has turned 50. He has settled into a very studied and distinct style. He started off early with a bad boy base and a love of vintage suits. Then with each subsequent movie absorbs his characters style until you can’t tell where Tonto begins and Johnny ends.
The Lone Ranger movie premiere tour offers Johnny a chance to do real american western style. And he doesn’t disappoint in this area, with all his looks hailing straight from the wild west. He first showed up in to an Oklahoma screening in a black grosgrain wide shawl lapel tux, probably vintage, and accompanied by his adopted Comanche mother. The man definitely has a sense of ceremony. Subsequently the tux was a three piece and the vest was made entirely from grosgrain. Johnny is of the generation of 90’s style icons who still wear work boots with their suits. Because of this, his trouser length is always at a full break if not more. For the Disneyland premiere he went more western outlaw in a black chalk stripe three piece. The jacket was a 3 to 2 roll and that is nice nod to a vintage look. He also was wears brown leather with his black suits, very western.