Rocco Ritchie cuts a dapper figure in a double-breasted white jacket as he enjoys a low-key night out in Mayfair
Rocco Ritchie put on an ever more dapper display as he enjoyed a night out in London on Friday.
Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, had certainly dressed to impress as he stepped out into upscale Mayfair in a white double-breasted jacket.
The trendy number featured a contrasting black triangle and it wore onyx pants, while being flanked by a friend when they arrived at MAINE Mayfair.
Look good: Rocco Ritchie, 21, showcased an always stylish display in a sleek white double-breasted jacket as he enjoyed a night out in London on Friday
Strolling through the Big Smoke in an elegant pair of charcoal loafers with a gold emblem, Rocco wore his short brown locks in a tousled hairstyle.
It comes after her superstar mother, 63, was criticized on social media for recreating Marilyn Monroe’s deathbed scene.
In the last V Magazine Cover interview, the Like A Virgin singer was seen lying face down on a mattress exposing her buttocks, while in another shot, bottles of prescription pills could be seen by a bedside table.
Marilyn was found dead in her house in Brentwood, California, in 1962, and reportedly overdosed on sedatives the night before.
Suave: Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, certainly dressed to impress as he stepped out in upscale Mayfair in a white jacket
A photograph of the deathbed scene eerily resembles the set created by photographer Steven Klein, and fans were quick to express their feeling that it was in bad taste on Friday.
“For some morbid and strange reason, Madonna decides to recreate Marilyn Monroe’s deathbed,” pop culture expert Mike Sington tweeted.
Many responded by saying, “This is not cool. Glamorous suicide is the only one to win once the shock factor wears off, “while another said,” Yuck. Rude and inappropriate.
Another wrote: “It makes me nauseous. Seems to me in bad taste.
The photographer said he was inspired by Bert Stern’s The Last Sitting series, which would be the last photoshoot Marilyn Monroe sat for, six weeks before her death on August 4, 1962.
In Klein’s set, he recreated the iconic shoot with the Material Girl without a shirt or thong as she lay face down with a cross on her back.
The chart-topping star also showed off her breasts when she was in a bustier as she was surrounded by male bodyguards.
Exploring the city: Walking around the capital in an elegant pair of charcoal moccasins adorned with a gold emblem, Rocco wore his short brown locks in a tousled hairstyle