Gary Oldman, Garrett Hedlund, Jamie Bell, Emile Hirsch, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, and Tim Roth walk Prada’s Fall 2012 Menswear show. But who did it best?

Photography by Peter Stigter

Photography by Peter Stigter

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Miuccia Prada rounded up her men for Prada’s Fall 2012 menswear collection with a mouth-full of a title: Prada Presents: Il Palazzo. A Palace of Role Play.

In typical Prada fashion, there was plenty of pattern-on-pattern clashing, and ornate prints turned into football helmets—aboriginal headdresses upon closer inspection. This time, mixed into the model assortment were actors Gary Oldman, Garrett Hedlund, Jamie Bell, Emile Hirsch, Adrien Brody, and Tim Roth. (Who better to walk a collection based on role play?) Double-breasted suits and Hugh Hefner robes were the wears of choice, complete with a dangling pair of rose-coloured glasses (get it?).

The crew of actors was certainly a little motley—Roth next to Bell? Please!—but there were no complaints as all the men looked utterly dapper in their high-fashion fanfare.

So who do you think worked the runway best?