Ridley Scott’s last movie ‘All the Money in the World’ (2018) is a kidnap thriller adapted from 1995 book ‘Painfully Rich: The Outrageous Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Heirs of J. Paul Getty’. This true-life tale is set primarily in the summer of 1973, when a Roman crime syndicate snatched 16-year-old John Paul Getty III asking for 17 million dolars, not realizing that the boy’s wealthy industrialist grandfather had a hardline policy of not negotiating with kidnappers.

Paul’s grandfather was a single-minded billionaire, who had spent his life accruing an oil fortune. He lived an isolated life in his English manor house and had grown paranoid about his own safety, hiring a private security team. However, he assigns one of his most trusted advisors, former CIA spy Fletcher Chase (Mark Wahlberg), to bring Paul home.

Mark Wahlberg began his career as fashion model in 1990s. Most of us remember him in Calvin Klein firsts underwear advertisings wearing a boxer briefs. 30 years later, Wahlberg is characterized with that 70s look wearing 3 piece suits and big acetate glasses that brings us to Gucci o YSL first golden years. In one scene, Wahlberg resorts to doing some press-ups on light blue boxer shorts and white t-shirts showing us this style within too. Our boxers model Fletcher takes his name from this character. This pattern gets a subtle camouflage you can find in two colors: sky blue and coral.