Tarantino, DiCaprio, Pitt: a holy trinity so absurdly good, so unimaginable, that we were unsure if the world would keep spinning upon the announcement of Once Upon A Time.
But remain on its axis it did, and yesterday we were treated to a first look at the Charles Manson-themed flick – alongside a confirmation of the unlikeliest menswear trend of 2018.
Seventies. We're talking pure disco-ball-spinnin', yellow-lensed, Richard-Nixon-hatin' seventies. The kind you've seen in blurry shots of relatives from yesteryear. It was a trend, we were told, that would take the menswear scene by storm, but many remained unconvinced at the bellbottoms and the velvets and the porn director sunglasses.Well, no longer. Leonardo DiCaprio (by way of a very talented wardrobe department) proved that the seventies revival is set to live on, and the 43-year-old boasted all the hallmarks of a current wardrobe: simple medallion jewellery, rich earth tones, a pop of orange and the inimitable rollneck. So yes, basically everything your granddad wore when he was the undisputed don of the local music hall.