Can Yaman in Monte Carlo, the actor parades on the red carpet in black and white

Can Yaman in Monte Carlo, the actor parades on the red carpet in black and white

Can Yaman was a guest at the Monte-Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie, where he received an award for his commitment to social issues. He sported a black and white designer look.

There was also Can Yaman in Monaco, on the occasion of the Monte Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie, a kermesse founded and organized by Ezio Greggio. This year, next to the latter, on the stage, during the final evening of April 30th, there was Cristina Marino: together they welcomed the winners of this edition, to give them the awards of the various categories. The Turkish actor got one for his commitment to social issues.

Can Yaman between Italy and Turkey

Can Yaman, born in 1989, has achieved success in Italy thanks to several successful television dramas, which have elected him as a true sex symbol of our country. His first experiences date back to 2017, although it is in 2020 that his fame explodes, making him very well known to the general public thanks to his roles in Bitter Sweet - Ingredients of Love and in Mr. Wrong - Lessons of Love. 

His next role looks like it will be that of Sandokan, in the reboot of the cult series of the eighties that is currently still in the works. For acting he has put aside his studies in Law and his work currently leads him to divide his time between Italy and Turkey (where his beloved family lives and where he is currently working on projects with Disney). At the same time, he is also dedicated to social issues.

The actor in the summer of 2021 started a charity that bears his name. Can Yaman for Children is a non-profit organization that helps from the social and health point of view children and adolescents in difficulty, trying to integrate and ensure a future especially those affected by diseases and disabilities. Special attention is also given to fundraising for scientific research. This commitment has earned Can Yaman an award that he received on the final evening of the Monte Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie.

The actor wore a black and white suit, a look entirely signed by Dolce & Gabbana, a brand that he loves a lot and that he had also shown off at the Venice Film Festival, but in that case in total black. This time she opted for a white double-breasted jacket with black lapels, flap and breast pockets, black buttons, and a central slit. 

He paired it with a black tank top and a pair of white pants with front French pockets and back welt pockets with buttons. The outfit on the brand's website costs 2450 euros. He completed the outfit with a pair of embroidered loafers from the same Maison. "Incredible moments in Monte Carlo with so many amazing people. Grateful to be among them and honored to be awarded for a beautiful motivation," he wrote on Instagram.

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