Some male celebrities wear kilts to show respect for Scottish culture, but many also choose to wear them based on personal preference.
Vin Diesel, the star of Fast and Furious, confidently showed off his masculinity by wearing a leather kilt to an awards ceremony in 2003. Many viewers saw this as a sign of respect since the event was held in Scotland, where the kilt is a traditional garment worn by men.
Gerard Butler, the star of Olympus Has Fallen, is from Scotland so this type of attire is not unfamiliar to him. However, he doesn’t enjoy wearing it regularly.
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On the other hand, Ewan McGregor has been seen sporting traditional Scottish kilts on multiple occasions. He shared that he usually wears them for special events like weddings, as they are a formal attire in their culture.
In 2010, the male rapper pleased his fans during a performance in Glasgow, Scotland by adding a kilt to his outfit as a statement piece.
Kanye West is a rapper and fashion designer who is known for his unique style. As the husband of Kim Kardashian, he likes to push boundaries and experiment with different looks. In 2014, he famously wore a dress on stage, but balanced out the daring choice by pairing it with safe black skinny jeans underneath.
Jared Leto, a member of the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, has proudly worn dresses on several occasions. The Suicide Squad actor once tweeted, “Real men wear dresses.”
Fashion designer Marc Jacobs explained his love for wearing women’s clothing, stating that he discovered how comfortable and satisfying it feels to wear dresses. This revelation led him to purchase more dresses, which he now can’t seem to stop wearing.
Billy Porter, who stars in the TV series Pose, sees every award ceremony appearance as an opportunity to express himself. He declares that his goal is to become a political work of art every time he shows up, challenging expectations and questioning what masculinity really means.
Jonathan Van Ness is one of the well-known personalities from the Queer Eye series, who loves to experiment with women’s fashion on the red carpet and often opts for daring cut-out designs.
Keiynan Lonsdale, a young actor, once received a tweet that said “Stop wearing dresses, mate.” In response, Keiynan replied, “Stop tweeting at me about it and try on a dress yourself. It’s just clothing and it can be a lot of fun.”