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Where all things beautiful collide

The second half of my list is comprised of living actors, artists, a fashion designer, and athletes.  Most of them are on the younger side and show great promise to be remembered with the other stylish men of the past I’ve already mentioned.  Some have taken the best of the past and have made it their own, while others have created their own signatures.  Keep an eye on these guys, and hopefully you can take away some things to make your own.  Other men that I’ve talked about, like Tom Ford are automatically on this list as well.

Alber Elbaz

Alber Elbaz

My favorite womenswear designer for Lanvin, Elbaz is always in an oversized bowtie of a different color, pants that are too short, and great leather shoes that are usually well worn.

Cy Twombly

My favorite artist, Cy Twombly, today at age 81 is still an art and style icon.

Cy Twombly

Cy Twombly with his art

Cy Twombly pieces

Ed Burns

Burns with wife Christy Turlington Burns

Christy Turlington

Random note:  Christy Turlington Burns is still one of my favorite models and appeared in my favorite Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent campaign (above).  Her husband Ed is an actor and director of fine independent films.

Brad Pitt

Even macho men wear pastels!

Brad Pitt in Tom Ford

Tom Brady and Gisele at the Costume Institute Gala

Tom Ford tux…check!  Beautiful model on your arm…check, check!!

Tom Brady

Tiki Barber

Suits should always be made to fit your body type whether you’re athletic or not.  It just looks sloppy if it’s not.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer

A style force to be reckoned with on the tennis court and off.

George Clooney

George Clooney

One of the “mad men.”

Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto

The glasses and hair are super cool.

Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling

Always relaxed in a loose tie or tuxedo jacket over a tee shirt.

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