Apple events are not traditionally hubs for bold style, so thank god for Wyatt Mitchell.
Mitchell, who is the company’s director of app design, stepped onstage at Monday’s Apple event in Cupertino wearing a white workwear-inspired jumpsuit and Off-White x Converse sneakers. In a world of Silicon Valley vests, uniform dressing, and low-key button downs, it was a rare men’s fashion moment — so of course Twitter noticed.
This man got on the Us jumpsuit but in cream #AppleEvent
— hoe aalegra 🇵🇷 (@AngryBlkSoprano) March 25, 2019
Is this the first time we’ve had a presenter in a jumpsuit at an Apple event? I’m digging it.
— Dan Moren (@dmoren) March 25, 2019
That jumpsuit is easily the best outfit I have ever seen on stage at an Apple event.
— Ross Kimes (@rosskimes) March 25, 2019
Yeah yeah magazines, great. But where can I download this guy’s jumpsuit? #AppleEvent
— Michael Schneider (@franklinavenue) March 25, 2019
I was really bored by this Apple event until I saw this guy’s jumpsuit. Heck yeah dude. I’m into it.
— Jonathan Mann (@songadaymann) March 25, 2019
The outfit’s only downside: There’s a chance it distracted the audience from what Mitchell was talking about (magazines on the new subscription service Apple News+). But if it gets him a cover spot on GQ, maybe it was worth it?
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Source: Social Media