Benedict Cumberbatch it has always represented the understated and resounding elegance of the dandies. The actor seems to be the modern incarnation of that law established by the icons of the style of the nineteenth century: to go conspicuously unnoticed; and has demonstrated it again in the Venice Film Festival.
The Englishman landed at La Biennalle to present ‘The power of the dog’, the film directed by the Oscar-winning Jane Campion and in which she shares the screen with Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee. In this drama based on the 1967 novel by Thomas Savage, the actor plays a charismatic and brutal rancher who confronts his brother and his new wife. Little joke with the character, though Cumberbatch is used to stepping into the shoes of powerful protagonists.
We have seen him as Sherlock Holmes in the series Sherlock, as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game or like Julian Assange in The fifth estate, characters that have earned him countless nominations and awards for best actor among Emmys, BAFTAs, Golden Globes and Oscars for best actor. But on his wrist he perhaps wears the best award of all, judging by what he taught us in Venice.
For the press conference presenting ‘The Power of the Dog’, Cumberbatch wore a sky blue linen suit combined with a white T-shirt. Well played. It is a formal look but relaxed enough to say goodbye to summer. Although the best was on his left wrist: the Polaris Mariner Memovox by Jaeger-Lecoultre. An automatic watch, in steel, with a 42mm case and an intense blue dial, the most popular among watch lovers. A model with a sporty spirit that goes perfectly with tomorrow’s event.
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The night, however, marked a tuxedo, and Cumberbatch complied. As a good Englishman, he made use of the cut super slim for his two pieces in navy blue and narrow and rounded lapel in black silk. To top it off, his best accessories were a skinny tie -a departure from the usual bow tie- and the Reverso Classic Large Duoface Small Seconds from the watchmaker, in rose gold, leather strap and manual winding. What makes this piece special? That was the first that, in 1930, offered reverse technology to protect the glass of its case during polo matches and other sports activities. An unusual, iconic piece that continues to this day as a sign of elegance.
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