Joshua Jackson has certainly come a long way since his days at the Creek. After roles in such films as Cruel Intentions and The Skulls in early 2000, Jackson has found a new home on the hit Fox TV series Fringe. RCT spoke to Jackson, who came out to support the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, and got the low-down on the star’s personal style and how his girlfriend keeps him looking good.
“I’m terribly fancy today,” says Jackson of his ensemble, which features a watch from french designer, Jaeger Lecoultre. Lecoultre’s name is “unpronounceable for anyone who speaks English” jokes the star. Though his style is more casual, when it’s time to get dressed up he seeks the advice of his longtime girlfriend, actress and former fashion model Diane Kruger. “She’s the last ‘yes’ before I walk out the door,” he says. If you don’t have the luxury of getting your outfits approved by a fashion savvy model, then do as Jackson recommends and just “go classic.”
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