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28 May 2012, 15:10
The 'Sexy Back' star admits he relishes the chance to be styled by Oscar winning costumer designers during his film roles.
Justin Timberlake has confessed that he tries to ensure he puts a bit of his own style and character into every one of his roles he performs in his movies.
The 'Cry Me A River' star told GQ Magazine that he is pleased to have had some "well-dressed characters" and has enjoyed being styled by Oscar winning costume designers.
"I've had some pretty well-dressed characters: Sean Parker, who wore suits all the time. I'd say the worst dressed was Scott in Bad Teacher. Some of those sweaters were just ridiculous; the one with the bone latch was really funny," he admitted.
"I would say Will in In Time had some of the coolest clothing I've worn. It's not every day you get Colleen Atwood, Oscar-winning costumer, dress you," he continued. "I put a little bit of how I dress and little bit of who I am into every character because [that way] you find something to relate to."
The star has become one of Hollywood's top leading actors since he performed in the Oscar nominated film The Social Network and is rumoured to be making a return to music as a film composer for fiancé Jessica Biel's film The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea.