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A Style Guide to ‘Burnt’

Bradley Cooper rocks a Johnny Bravo-esque off-duty wardrobe in this foodie flick.


A minimalist wardrobe can be perfect for those men who are consumed with their work, like, let’s say, a chef with dreams of attaining three Michelin stars. In Burnt, Bradley Cooper plays chef Adam Jones, an American expat on the road to redemption after a rough patch, trying to establish himself as a world-class chef in London. Throughout the film, his off-duty wardrobe is classic, Johnny Bravo-esque Americana: jeans, a t-shirt, some rugged boots, a moto jacket and aviators. Chef’s whites, worn in the kitchen, were sourced from Bragard, an industry leader. Though casual cool is the name of the game, Cooper’s character knows how to dress to impress as well — a sharply tailored dark suit with elevated suede chukkas means business. Simple and classic, you can’t go wrong taking style advice from the chef.


Jean Shop – Moto Jacket $2,500
Scoop NYC – Crewneck T-Shirt $42
RRL – Washed Selvedge Denim Jeans $300
RRL – Burlington Distressed Leather Belt $165
The Frye Company – James Lace Up $298
Ray-Ban – Aviator Classic $200


Burberry London – Black Slim-Fit Wool Suit $1,395
Tom Ford – White Mitered-Cuff Cotton Shirt $570
John Lobb – Grove Suede Chukka Boots $1,435


James Perse – Long-Sleeved T-Shirt $55
Bragard – Travail Chef Apron $28
Richard James – Blue Wool and Mohair-Blend Suit $1,265
Canali – Blue Slim-Fit Cotton Shirt $250
Turnbull & Asser – Cashmere, Wool and Silk-Blend Tie $195


T by Alexander Wang – Classic Tee $89
3sixteen – ST-100x Jeans $220
Bragard – Wapiti Kitchen Towels $60
Mauviel – Copper 8-Piece Cookware Set $1,600

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