Actors, musicians, artists. What makes a man’s style unique?
Text: Yiota Dendrinou
The best dressed men in fashion history share, without a doubt, one thing in common. Courage. They never hesitate to break the rules with their style, express their character through their clothes and, finally, be themselves. Already on the previous posts (Part I, II, III), and on this, the last one, we examine men’s styles from different cultures, eras and backgrounds. Each of them rose to prominence in his field and will remain indelibly remembered in fashion history, forever, because of his style and personality.
Fashion Buyer, Justin O’ Shea, matches perfectly his tattoos with impeccable sartorial pieces.
An icon in the 1950s, Brando represented a laid-back style based on casual wear.
A veteran of the rock ’n’ roll scene, Richard’s style couldn’t
be anything less than spectacular.
Caine’s 1960s figure remained indelible through time, even nowadays, many years after.
The chameleon of fashion,Bowie, proved to be a style genius, setting self-expression as the basic rule.
Actor, director, Clint Eastwood is, certainly, also a style icon, with his personal style clearly depicted in his movies.
Grandson of Gianni Agnelli, the Italian Elkann has the street style blogs running all around him.
Best known from OutKast, musician Andre 3000, wears whatever he likes showing that there are no boundaries in fashion and style.
JEAN PAUL BELMONDO
French actor, famous for his 1960s movies, such as Breathless, Belmondo looked dashing even in the simplest clothes.
The neurotic director has a specific style, in his whole career that accompanies him and his movies.