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And speaking of the jacket… One terrific subtle detail about the design of this classic tuxedo jacket was a turn-back cuff. Nice touch, Mr. Ford.
In the tournament of How To Look Like a Total Movie Star in Black Tie, it was game, set and match Gyllenhaal.