LOOK: Darren Criss, Mena Massoud choose Francis Libiran jackets for ‘Aladdin’ Hollywood events

/ 11:17 AM May 23, 2019

A Francis Libiran jacket made it to the purple carpet during the “Aladdin” world premiere on Tuesday, May 21, in Hollywood.

Darren Criss

Darren Criss, wearing a Francis Libiran jacket, arrives at the premiere of “Aladdin” on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles.  Image: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Filipino-American actor Darren Criss, who does not shy away from making a fashion statement, wore an embroidered art deco black jacket by the Filipino fashion designer. The jacket added texture to his crisp, white long-sleeved polo accented with black lines.


Darren Criss looks spectacular in a custom Francis Libiran fully-embroidered jacket as he arrives at the El Capitan…


Francis Libiran 发布于 2019年5月22日周三

Meanwhile, Mena Massoud, who plays the title role in the Disney remake, wore a black-and-blue custom bomber jacket from Libiran on the talk show “Ellen” on Tuesday. Massoud was on the show with co-stars Will Smith and Naomi Scott to promote the film. He opted to mix patterns by pairing the jacket with a striped blue button-down.

Mena Massoud is all set to take a magic carpet ride in a custom Francis Libiran bomber jacket as he appears on The Ellen…

Francis Libiran 发布于 2019年5月22日周三

Last April, Criss spent time with Libiran during his visit to Manila. The “Glee” star also trusted the designer for his wedding-day barong Tagalog in February.  /ra



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