Robbie Williams turns heads in a cream and blue floral Gucci shirt and matching shorts worth £1,650 as he dines out in Saint Tropez
Robbie Williams caught the eye in a striking outfit while dining with friends at the chic Kinugawa restaurant in Saint Tropez.
The singer, 47, wore a cream and blue floral Gucci x Freya Hartas shirt with a £800 print and matching £800 shorts on Monday – a stunning £1,650 total for the outfit.
He completed his look with Gucci flip flops and a black face mask as he strolled the streets.
Style: Robbie Williams turned heads in a striking outfit at a dinner party with friends in Kinugawa in Saint Tropez on Monday
Robbie showed off his natural gray hair and shielded his eyes from the sun with sunglasses.
The flamboyant star enjoyed dinner with friends who also dressed nicely.
This trip comes after Daily Mail Australia reported that the star will fly to Down Under in the coming months to begin production on his upcoming biopic, Better Man.
Michael Gracey of The Greatest Showman was set to direct the upcoming project in his hometown of Melbourne.
Looks good! The 47-year-old singer wore a cream and blue floral Gucci x Freya Hartas shirt with Gucci x Freya Hartas print and matching £1,650 shorts.
Work on it: He completed his look with Gucci flip flops and a black face mask as he strolled the streets
Out: Robbie enjoyed a boys night out with some good friends in the French Riviera
While the exact details of the deal have not yet been announced, a film source said the project is “part of an $80 million deal” to “continue to inject money into the film industry.”
Robbie is temporarily moving to Melbourne and security guards have inspected several townhouses in the city looking for the singer.
The main cinematography will start in the first three months of 2022.
The news comes four months after Rocket Science reportedly struck a deal with Village Roadshow Australia to distribute the film upon release.
Boys night: The flamboyant star enjoyed dinner with three friends who also dressed very nicely
New look: Robbie showed off his natural gray hair and shielded his eyes from the sun with sunglasses
The biopic tells the story of Williams’ ascent and explores the experiences that made him who he is, and the demons he fought both on and off stage.
It comes amid rumors that the musician will be re-imagined as a CGI monkey rather than being portrayed by an actor in real life.
“As for how we represent Robbie in the film, that’s top secret,” Gracey told Deadline in February. “I want to do this in a very original way,” he added.
“I remember going to the cinema as a kid and there were movies that blew me away and made me say while I was sitting there in the cinema, ‘I’ve never seen this before.’ I just want the public to have that feeling.”
Michael said the movie won’t be like Rocketman or Bohemian Rhapsody, which were about musical prodigies trying to catch up with the world.
He described Robbie as “everyone” who has an “incredibly relatable story” about following your dreams.
Robbie rose to fame as a member of Take That as a teenager and found more success when he went solo in 1996.
The film follows on from the success of Gracey’s Amazon documentary, Pink: All I Know So Far, following the lead singer, whose real name is Alecia Moore, on tour.
Daily Mail Australia has been contacted for comment.
Chic: the group had dinner at the chic Kinugawa restaurant overlooking the Gulf of Saint Tropez
Chill: Robbie looked relaxed in the laid-back coastal town