Men's Fashion

Strangest Menswear Icons

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Some say that the menswear icon no longer exists – or that he’s simply a figment of nostalgia, dredged up from a time period, captured by Hollywood, where men were men and clothing, employment, and social roles were strictly demarcated along gender lines. Names like Steve McQueen, Marlon Brando, Gary Cooper, Paul Newman, James Dean, and Miles Davis get thrown around as paradigms of classic men’s style, and into the more current period, “icon” gets lobbed at a wider swath of individuals all symbolic of the broader diversity of choices out there. Some are relatively safe – think David Beckham or Jay-Z on and off the red carpet – or film inspired, like Ryan Gosling’s now-classic Drive digs.

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