If there's one thing greater than Brendon Urie's voice, it's his sense of style. Urie has a look that no one comes close to and that comes from the help of his stylist, Anthony Franco.
Anthony Franco has been styling celebrities since the 1980s including giving us MC Hammer's iconic look in “2 Legit 2 Quit” and even crazier, Franco is self-taught.
In an exclusive interview with Billboard, Franco revealed what it's like to design outfits for Urie.
“Personally, I can't think of anyone out there with his sense of style. He loves his shiny fabrics, has stage presence, and to me, he’s always been a one-man show. He does take over, and the fans love it, and it’s great,” said Franco.
Urie isn't the only celebrity to wear outfits designed by Franco either. Celebrities such as Kendall Jenner, Bella Thorne and Ruby Rose.
It's hard to picture an outfit that Urie wouldn't pull off, but Franco reveals there is something he'd never have him wear.
“I don’t know if I would ever put him in plaid. I like textures, and leopard works perfectly for him. I think there is not a color now that we haven’t used.”
When you close your eyes and think of Urie, it's nearly impossible not to picture him looking snazzy as can be in a tuxedo but it turns out Urie's style around the house is as relaxed as the rest of us.
“He’s all casual. Jeans, T-shirt, a hoodie and Adidas sneakers. He is straight-up comfort … he would never dress up to go to dinners and stuff like that. That persona of him is strictly onstage.”
The Panic! frontman recently killed it on the red carpet of the Grammys wearing a white tuxedo and definitely showing everyone up.
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“The most incredible moment was when Brendon met President Obama after performing at the Kennedy Center Honors in a gorgeous bronze tuxedo, which we custom designed. It photographed beautifully, and I felt so proud to see my work on him while meeting the president.”
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