Harry Styles displays his sense of style in a Gucci suit for Don’t Worry Darling’s Venice premiere


He’s known for his flamboyant ensembles and eccentric sense of style.

And Harry Styles nailed a suave look on Monday evening as he attended the premiere for his new film Don’t Worry Darling in Venice during the city’s 79th annual film festival.

The singer and actor, 28, donned a custom made Gucci suit for the occasion, as he rounded off a weekend of looks from the fashion house.

Suave: Harry Styles once again displayed his sense of style on Monday in a custom Gucci suit as he attended the premiere for his new film Don’t Worry Darling at Venice Film Festival

The couture look featured a pair of navy tailored trousers with a matching six-button double breasted blazer.

He layered the vintage two-piece over a dusty blue shirt, which had a dramatic pointed collar peeking out.

Harry sported a pair of white boots with a red heart detail, as his nails were painted a baby blue to match the look.

Accessorising: Amping up the glamour, a selection of gold rings graced both of the star's hands

Accessorising: Amping up the glamour, a selection of gold rings graced both of the star’s hands

Vintage: The couture look featured a pair of navy tailored trousers with a matching six-button double breasted blazer

Vintage: The couture look featured a pair of navy tailored trousers with a matching six-button double breasted blazer

Amping up the glamour, a selection of gold rings graced both hands – while he shielded his eyes with a pair of oversized sunglasses. 

While his mousy brown locks were left in a tousled curl, as he posed for photographers on the red carpet. 

Harry’s girlfriend and director of Don’t Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde, also donned a custom Gucci ensemble to the evening.

Blue on blue: He layered the vintage two-piece over a dusty blue shirt, which had a dramatic pointed collar peeking out

Blue on blue: He layered the vintage two-piece over a dusty blue shirt, which had a dramatic pointed collar peeking out

Shielded: He added a pair of oversized framed sunglasses to the look

Shielded: He added a pair of oversized framed sunglasses to the look

Fans: While the star signed autographs for eager fans, with one even holding a sign explaining they drove 20 hours to see the star

Fans: While the star signed autographs for eager fans, with one even holding a sign explaining they drove 20 hours to see the star

The director stunned in a yellow gown, which featured a silver chain detail, plunging neckline and long mesh train. 

While his custom suit followed on from a weekend of Gucci looks, as he donned an ensemble from his HA HA HA collection with the brand earlier in the day.

Attending a photocall for the movie on Monday, Harry donned a pinstripe blazer and white trousers, paired with a blue neck scarf.

In sync: Harry's girlfriend and director of Don't Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde, also donned a custom Gucci ensemble to the evening.

In sync: Harry’s girlfriend and director of Don’t Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde, also donned a custom Gucci ensemble to the evening.

Beauty: The director stunned in a yellow gown, which featured a silver chain detail, plunging neckline and long mesh train - as the movie's star cast all gathered for a snap (L-R) Nick Kroll, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Olivia Wilde, Sydney Chandler, Harry Styles and Gemma Chan

Beauty: The director stunned in a yellow gown, which featured a silver chain detail, plunging neckline and long mesh train – as the movie’s star cast all gathered for a snap (L-R) Nick Kroll, Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Olivia Wilde, Sydney Chandler, Harry Styles and Gemma Chan

The 70s ensemble was part of his collection with Gucci, which he envisioned together with Creative Director Alessandro Michele.

HA HA HA is the combination of “the initials of ‘Harry’ and ‘Alessandro,’ but it is also the onomatopoeic sound of the written essence of an emoji, the ‘laughing face,'” Gucci said in a press release obtained by PEOPLE.

While the star has been working with the brand for a number of years, after he was the face of their June 2018 campaign.

70s: While his custom suit followed on from a weekend of Gucci looks, as he donned an ensemble from his HA HA HA collection with the brand earlier in the day at a photocall for the film (pictured)

70s: While his custom suit followed on from a weekend of Gucci looks, as he donned an ensemble from his HA HA HA collection with the brand earlier in the day at a photocall for the film (pictured)

He stars alongside Florence Pugh in the highly-anticipated Don’t Worry Darling, which was directed by Olivia.

The movie is set in the 1950s, following a housewife (Pugh) whose husband (Styles) moves them into a utopian community for his new company.

She starts worrying that her husband and his company are hiding terrible secrets as her life is turned upside down.

The cast also includes Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, Douglas Smith, KiKi Layne, Timothy Simons and Dita Von Teese. 

On-screen: The movie is set in the 1950s, following a housewife (Pugh) whose husband (Styles) moves them into a utopian community for his new company (pictured in the film)

On-screen: The movie is set in the 1950s, following a housewife (Pugh) whose husband (Styles) moves them into a utopian community for his new company (pictured in the film)

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