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Jack Huston to front Tod's fall campaign

Published 28/07/2016

Jack Huston
Jack Huston

Jack Huston found his latest style collaboration "fun and natural".

Actor Jack Huston has been tapped to front Tod's fall collection.

The Boardwalk Empire star, 33, who will front upcoming biblical blockbuster Ben Hur, was filmed in an array of stylish ensembles for the menswear brand in a stylish villa in Milan back in May (16).

Key pieces such as a quilted, vintage biker-inspired Pash Leather Jacket and the Gommino sneaker feature in the images, shot by photographer Tom Craig, and Jack is delighted with the finished result.

"I know the brand is synonymous with an exceptional attention to detail, quality and beautiful design and leathers,” he told WWD. “It was a fun and natural collaboration and everyone made me feel comfortable and at ease. And nothing felt forced. I’m happy with how the images turned out.”

In another shot, Jack can be seen wearing a puffer and carrying a suede Gommino tote from a vintage convertible Mercedes into the villa, and riding a bicycle while wearing Tod’s track sole pumps.

The Brit has a big space in his heart for Italy, considering his father is half-Italian: "I love the food, culture and people in Italy," he smiled. "I spent six months filming there last year and my family all fell in love. I’d love to end up in Italy rather soon and call it home. It’s magical.”

Jack, who is the grandson of legendary filmmaker John Huston and the nephew of actress Angelica Huston, has modelled for brands before, having teamed up with Oliver Peoples to create a series of glasses last year (15).

His latest campaign with Tod's will debut in September (16).

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