There’s by no means a scarcity of fashions surrounding Leonardo DiCaprio, 48. In his newest such outing, the Nice Gatsby star was seen stepping out within the upscale enclave of Santa Barbara with brunette magnificence Vittoria Ceretti, 25. In images you may SEE HERE through Web page Six, the Hollywood icon wore a white tee shirt and beige cargo shorts to seize iced espresso with the mannequin. He completed the laid-back look with a beige hat and darkish sneakers, and wore a protecting face masks — doubtlessly to obscure his look from photographers. He hung a pair of sun shades casually on the entrance of his shirt.
Vittoria, who has modeled for Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Fendi, amongst many others, matched his vibe with an extended sleeved shirt and black bike shorts, accessorizing with sneakers, sun shades, and a navy-blue purse. The Italian mannequin wore her darkish hair straight and parted down the center. In different pics, Vittoria shed the long-sleeved shirt to disclose a form-fitting black tank prime as she loved an old school ice cream cone whereas chatting with the Shutter Island star.
Vittoria is the most recent in an extended line of fashions to be linked, at the least briefly, with the actor. In late July, he was seen spending time on a ship in Sardinia with British mannequin Neelam Gill — although she denied any rumors of romance in brief order. “Just to clear up any rumors … I am not Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘new flame,’” she wrote through Instagram Tales on Friday, July 28.
Extra persistently, hypothesis a couple of potential relationship with supermodel and mother of 1 Gigi Hadid has continued. Most just lately, the would-be duo was seen hanging out at a July social gathering within the Hamptons — and a witness mentioned there was “energy” between them.
“Leo and Gigi were talking to each other. She seemed thrilled,” a supply advised Web page Six final month. “Everyone thought they were together [as a couple]. The way they were talking to each other,” the insider continued. “You could feel the energy.”