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Will Young cuts a soft figure in an all-black ensemble for a rare outing to the Rankin art exhibition in London
He became famous 20 years ago with Pop Idol.
And in a rare public appearance, Will Young attended the Visual Noise At Maryland Studio art fair in London on Friday, which was hosted by photographer Rankin.
The 43-year-old singer looked smart for the outing, sporting a casual look with black chino pants, an oversized, dropped mesh top and black rubber-soled boots.
Brave: Will Young, 43, cut a soft figure in an all-black ensemble for a rare outing to an art exhibition hosted by photographer Rankin in London on Friday
He smiled at the cameras during the event, holding his phone while wearing round-frame glasses.
Will’s salt and pepper locks were brushed into a small crest while he attended the art bash.
He seemed to be having a good time at the event, posing for a slew of playful snaps with Rankin, real-life nickname John Rankin Waddell, who is known for shooting celebrities like Kate Moss, Madonna, David Bowie and the Queen.
Casual: The singer looked smart for the outing, sporting a casual look with black chino pants, an oversized drop tee and black rubber-soled boots
Night out: Will’s salt and pepper locks were brushed into a little tuft as he attended the art bash
The pair put on a lively show, hugging each other for many of the snaps as Rankin pouted Will.
In another, Will peeked over the photographer’s shoulder — pulling a joking face and posing for the camera for once.
The art exhibition was held to celebrate the talent of photographers whose graduation shows were disrupted due to Covid-19.
Friends: He seemed to be having a good time at the event and posed for a slew of playful snaps with Rankin, real name John Rankin Waddell
Jokers: The pair captured a lively image and hugged each other for many of the snaps as Rankin pouted Will
Snapping the stars: Rankin is known for shooting celebrities like Kate Moss, Madonna, David Bowie and the Queen
40 of the UK 2020-2022 graduate photographers were invited to the studio in North East London to show their work.
The outing comes as Will recently opened up about taking a “light-hearted” approach to his battle with depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Speaking about his mental health podcast, The Wellbeing Lab, Will said: “Wellbeing and mental health is a very serious topic, but it can also be very funny. “The first time I went into trauma treatment, I was 34 years old and I was playing with Play-Doh, and I was like, ‘What the hell happened to me?’
“There are a lot of funny moments in really terribly tragic times, so being recognizable and using humor is very important to me,” he continued.
Behind you! In another, Will peeked over Rankin’s shoulder – pulling a face jesting and posing for the camera for once
Artist: Will also stopped by for a moment with visual artist Robert Tucker during the event