From Russell Westbrook to Travis Scott, these ‘stylistos’ are known for their enviable wardrobes and singular swag.
1. Cam NewtonSource:Getty
Carolina Panthers quarterback, Newton is young, fly and flashy. There’s not a Versace shirt made that he won’t rock but the sports star isn’t just about labels. His bold interplay of colors and prints are truly his game-changers.
2. Russell WestbrookSource:Getty
Last year, GQ declared Westbrook as one of the most stylish men alive. He’s living up to the hype. The OKC star knows that fashion is never rooted, and just like on court, he gives looks that keep the masses cheering.
3. Dwyane WadeSource:Getty
With three NBA championships under his belt, superstar Gabrielle Union on his arm and knack for rocking the latest trends, Wade doesn’t need a ball in hand to keep our attention.
4. Odell BeckhamSource:Getty
Beckham is no stranger to fashion accolades. The famed New York Giants wide receiver is the 2017 NFL Honoree for best-dressed athlete. Guess it isn’t surprising that he also frequently graces the pages of GQ and Esquire. He just gets it.
5. Kanye WestSource:Getty
West may be a Grammy Award-winning rap superstar and record producer, but the Chicagoan really shook things up when got focused on fashion. Having already collaborated with the likes of A bathing Ape, APC, Louis Vuitton and Nike, he launched his first collection in Paris 2011, and five seasons later, he’s still got the crown.
6. Pharrell WilliamsSource:Getty
Williams’ style can be summed up in one word: trailblazing. The superstar producer keeps fans guessing—you never know what he’ll be rocking on a red carpet, in a video or IRL.
7. Big SeanSource:Getty
Fashion is one area Big Sean has never had to plot a “Bounce Back”. The Midwesterner has done a tremendous job of merging street and chic from the go, making him one of the biggest trendsetters in his genre.
8. 2 ChainzSource:Getty
The rapper reportedly loves jewelry so much that he always wears more than two chains at a time—even when he’s catching z’s. That means he eats, breathes and sleeps (literally) fashion. Can you be more devoted to the cause?
9. Jaden SmithSource:Getty
Who else could show up to Kanye West’s wedding in a batman costume? The Hollywood royal’s regular garb tends to be killer too. He’s gone from skater boy to skirts, and back again. Smith’s out-of-the-box fashion sensibilities even earned him a spot as a muse for CHANEL.
10. A$AP RockySource:Getty
A$AP Rocky has become the new face of hip hop fashion, representing a generation of folks who aspire to push the culture past traditional offerings of hypermasculinity. Known for mixing high fashion pieces with low fashion staples, the rapper’s style represents everything that is now.
11. A$AP FergSource:Getty
A$AP Ferg is recognized as one of the most “in the know” hip hop artists out now. The New Yorker has collaborated with Astrid Andersen and Adidas Skateboarding, in addition to launching his own line, Traplord. We see you Ferg.
12. Young ThugSource:Getty
Flamboyance is a must for Young Thug. It’s working. Pitchfork called the Atlanta rapper’s style “extraordinarily distinctive” and Calvin Klein included him in their 2016 #MyCalvins campaign.
When Sean “Diddy” Combs first launched his clothing line folks didn’t know what to expect. Now, 18 years later, the brand pulls in $400 million annually. And why wouldn’t it? The A&R executive turned mogul has been setting trends for three decades…and counting.
Whether it’s a monogram scarf or a bevy of chains, the accessory can take your outfit to the next level. And no man knows this better than Future. The fashion-forward rapper, who GQ dubbed the most accessorized man in the world, lives up to his name.
15. Conor McGregorSource:Getty
UFC Champion Conor McGregor’s $100 Million dollar ‘L’ to Floyd Mayweather may have a lot of tongues wagging now but it’s his killer tailored three-piece suits, eye-catching designer prints and bevy of handsomely expensive watches that keep fashion heads on the ropes.
16. Ashton SandersSource:Getty
Don’t call Sanders mundane. The actor, who stole our hearts in the Oscar-winning film Moonlight, is constantly giving looks that push past ordinary. Whether he’s in a camouflage tux, super-oversized coat or a plaid kilt, one thing is for sure, he’s not playing it safe.
17. Victor CruzSource:Getty
Sports Illustrated deemed Cruz as one of the most stylish athletes in the world. Now the star is boasting dual MVP statuses, on and off the court.
18. Jerry LorenzoSource:Getty
Lorenzo’s brand, Fear of God, is slaying the masses. With so much of his personal style infused into his lines, it’s no wonder he’s known for being just as fashionable as any A-lister who follows the trends he sets.
19. Virgil AblohSource:Getty
Abloh recently collaborated with Nike and serves as creative director for Kanye West’s Yeezy line. And, when the in-demand designer isn’t creating the hottest looks he’s sporting them.
20. Lil Uzi VertSource:Getty
The rapper’s eccentric attire has been making headlines since his emergence on the rap scene. He’s completely unbothered by the criticism and continues to make waves while re-defining standards.
21. Playboi CartiSource:Getty
Known for his versatility, Playboi Carti is the consummate style chameleon. The Atlanta-raised rapper-turned-model sports looks that range from classic hip hop gear to punk rock chic.
22. Zayn MalikSource:Getty
Since Zayn Malik’s 2015 departure from mega group, One Direction, his fashion star has leveled up from gold to diamond. According to Vogue, “He is now seen regularly in on-trend menswear from Louis Vuitton, Palm Angels, and his Versus Versace capsule, and he has a slick personal style worthy of his pop star status.”
Looks like the new direction points directly to Zayn.
23. Iman SumpertSource:Getty
Shumbert is known for doing his own thing when it comes to style. His retro high top fade was the talk of the town when he ran the New York streets with the Knicks back in 2011. All eyes are still on the the baller. His fun fashion continues to be the talk of the fashion blogs from Hypebeast to Upscale Hype.
Miguel made his signature look a trend. He definitely has a thing for airy floral printed shirts always pairs them so effortlessly with ripped jeans, crisp outer wear staples and a good shoe. Sound familiar?
25. Rick RossSource:Getty
Holding it down for the big guys, Ross is known for his Versace prints and bevy of vintage designer shades. He’s a style boss, and nobody does his outlandish looks better.
26. Lewis HamiltonSource:Getty
He might be better known for being a world-class race driver, but Hamilton’s style is undeniable. The professional driver can be seen off the track sitting front row at your favorite designer runway shows.
27. David BeckhamSource:Getty
The soccer phenom can definitely add style to the list of things he’s conquered in his career. He’s appeared in fashion campaigns from H&M to Emporio Armani, and launched two successful clothing lines. His impeccable aesthetic is pretty hard not to replicate.
28. Scott DisickSource:Getty
The reality show star is guaranteed to deliver two things: drama on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and a killer suit. Tailored get ups are definitely his thing and thanks to his baby mama’s famous brother-in-law, Kanye West, he’s been upping is streetwear game too.
The native New Yorker debuted on the hip hop scene in 2001 and has been setting trends ever since. Whether he’s in a designer suit or sneakers and leather, swagger is his standard.
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