Cumming Shocks in Kilt

The AD100 Gala Hosted By Architectural Digest Editor In Chief Margaret Russell - Arrivals. Alan Cumming Wears Kilt.

 

Alan Cumming turned heads at a White House party by wearing a kilt and “wife-beater” shirt.

The actor embraced his Scottish roots by attending the exclusive event in a traditional green knee-length pleated kilt on Friday evening. Alan showed no signs of feeling uncomfortable as he happily mingled with other guests who had followed the dress code with elegant gowns and suits.

“In a room full of grey suits, Alan had on a greenish kilt and a black ‘wife- beater’ style shirt – at the White House,” a source told New York Post’s Page Six.

The party was held by US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle. It seems Alan’s outfit was a hit as fellow distinguished guests were eager to meet him to discuss the look.

“The wives and partners of the Democratic donors there were lining up to have their picture taken with him,” an insider added.

In April, he attended an after-party for his Broadway play Macbeth in a blue, yellow and red checked kilt. He completed the look with a sleeveless black shirt, blue tie and black military boots.

In 2009, Alan was honoured by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II for services to film, theatre and the arts and for his work as a gay rights campaigner. To mark the occasion he donned a kilt made of the Hunting Cumming pattern, along with a matching jacket and waistcoat.

Alan, who wore his short peroxide hair in spikes for the royal event, even revealed he had chosen to adhere to the full Scottish tradition for his date at the palace.

”Yes, I have no underpants on,” he smiled.

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