In case you haven't noticed, Dan Levy has been dominating the fashion game lately (for example, his recent Harry Potter-inspired ensemble). This weekend, he took things a step further when he walked the red carpet in Washington. Twice.
On Sunday, the 38-year-old actor attended the 44th Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center. Not only did the annual event mark the 50th anniversary of the national performing arts center, but it was also the first in-person show since the coronavirus pandemic. This year’s honorees included Bette Midler, Joni Mitchell, Motown kingpin Berry Gordy, Lorne Michaels and Puerto Rican opera star Justino Díaz.
The Schitt's Creek actor rocked not one, but two dashing looks for the occasion. Lucky for us, he shared details for both ensembles on his personal Instagram account. The first outfit featured a Prada tuxedo with a matching bow tie. “Thank you @kennedycenter, for including me in this mind-bending weekend! And thank you @prada @ecduzit for this navy dream,” he captioned an IG story of himself on the red carpet.