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Idris Elba is sartorially elegant at Dark Tower premiere

Idris Elba was at his sartorial best at the New York premiere Monday of the film The Dark Tower.

The London-born star, 44, was the epitome of style in a blazer and slacks as he arrived for the screening of the fantasy actioner based on the Stephen King series of novels.

Elba added a white polo shirt and slip-on shoes decorated with red snakes.

Epitome of style: Idris Elba, 44, was at his sartorial best at the New York premiere on Monday of his new film The Dark Tower

Epitome of style: Idris Elba, 44, was at his sartorial best at the New York premiere on Monday of his new film The Dark Tower

The actor's black blazer featured gold trim and a crest on the breast pocket.

His beige pants were rolled up at the bottom and the collar of his cotton shirt was decorated with snake motifs.

The Luther star sported a neatly trimmed salt-and-pepper goatee.

The London-born star, 44, sported a neat y trimmed salt-and-pepper goatee and a white polo shirt with snake motifs on the collar

The London-born star, 44, sported a neat y trimmed salt-and-pepper goatee and a white polo shirt with snake motifs on the collar

Well dressed: The actor's black blazer featured gold trim and a crest on the breast pocket. His beige pants were rolled up at the bottom and he was sock-less in black slip-on shoes

Well dressed: The actor's

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