Channing Tatum is a grungy BMX dude now
Sometimes a dating rumor is a red herring. While the internet has been particularly concerned with whether Channing Tatum and Zoë Kravitz are canooding after being spotted together twice in New York City last week, the real question we are interested in here should be: when did Channing Tatum get the job done? started dressing so sick?
The actor appeared to step out of the asphalt in Tompkins Square Park as he and Kravitz strolled through the East Village. (Which, again, may or may not mean anything since they are currently working together on Kravitz’s first film, a genre thriller titled, of course, Pussy island.) While wearing a similar outfit twice can be considered a “uniform,” Tatum’s new penchant for wide-legged carpenter pants, grungy Chuck Taylors, and a large graphic t-shirt is both highly coveted and entirely specific to the situation. As they rode, the actor alternated between walking and riding Kravitz around one of his small BMX bikes (yes, plural—Sixth page be sure to point out that there were two separate bikes involved). And get this: it looks like Tatum even matches the bikes to the adapts. The all-black first round required a tone-on-tone black / navy look, while the wheels on the second bike had a hue that was eerily similar to the duo’s iced coffees. Coincidence, too, can be a red herring.
(Additionally, a post on Tatum’s Instagram story, which he recorded as he rode his little bike across the Williamsburg Bridge, confirms that the cleavage of his loose West Coast Choppers t-shirt is, in fact, riddled with holes. Delicious!)
Tatum, who is 41, has already worn quite similar variations on a more refined theme for much of his career, mirroring his rise in the late years: tapered jeans, a tight T-shirt and a leather jacket. adjusted. (Lest we forget the period when his public personality rested on the fact that he wore no shirt at all…) on the outside, malt liquor appearance on the inside. But if Tatum is serious about staying on trend, maybe Kravitz should revoke his recommendation that the actor stop wearing Crocs. As GQ’s Danielle Cohen wrote just two months ago, “Tatum, who reigned supreme in a more serious era of pop culture, leans more rugged than grungy. But Crocs demand grunge. Looks like he’s heeding that call.
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