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TIFF Style Guide Sponsored by Yorkdale: how to layer like Jude Law

TIFF Style Guide Sponsored by Yorkdale: how to layer like Jude Law

Jude Law knows how to get gussied up for gala events, but we’re even bigger fans of his low-key street style. The leading man layers like a pro, building breezy, casual looks out of basics like slim-cut suit jackets, dark jeans and lightweight sweaters. In honour of Law’s upcoming TIFF appearance for crime caper Dom Hemingway, we teamed up with Yorkdale Shopping Centre to recreate three of his best looks. You may not transform into the chiseled British hearthrob, but you’ll get pretty damn close.

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TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
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TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide Sponsored by Yorkdale: how to layer like Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide: Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide Sponsored by Yorkdale: how to layer like Jude Law
TIFF Style Guide Sponsored by Yorkdale: how to layer like Jude Law

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