The actor attended an event for menswear brand Todd Snyder on Friday evening
Joshua Jackson is stepping out.
On Friday, the actor, 45, made his first red carpet appearance since his split from Jodie Turner-Smith.
During the outing, which was to promote menswear brand Todd Snyder's newest collection, Jackson wore a velvet green suit and a white button-down shirt.
He accessorized his look with a striped three-tone blue tie and white and tan shoes.
Jackson later shared a few shots from the Todd Snyder outing on his Instagram account, noting that he cheered on Matt Bomer over his involvement in the new campaign.
"Thank you @toddsnyderny for getting me all dressed up last night. And congrats to @mattbomer on the new campaign, you handsome devil," he wrote. "And @dianaschmidtke1 thanks as always for getting me together."
Several pals supported Jackson's outing in the comment section, including Busy Philipps, who commented: "Honestly, Josh! 🔥🔥🔥."
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Jackson's public support for the brand came over a month after Turner-Smith, 37, filed for divorce from him, citing “irreconcilable differences."
The actress, who shares 3-year-old daughter Juno Rose Diana Jackson with Jackson, was married to him since 2019 and requested joint custody, per documents previously obtained by PEOPLE.
Turner-Smith also asked that neither party receive spousal support, and that her former husband pay her attorney fees.
A source previously told PEOPLE that Turner-Smith "decided that she is done" after over three years of marriage, explaining, "They are on very different paths in life. Jodie loves being a mom. She also loves working."
The source also noted that the relationship "turned into an unhealthy marriage that made her unhappy."
"They will co-parent their daughter. They want her to continue to thrive," the insider said.
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