While brands such as Saint Laurent, John Varvatos and Costume National keep rock ‘n’ roll style alive, Mick Jagger is one legendary frontman that helped set the standards. The English singer shot to fame, leading the iconic rock band the Rolling Stones, which was founded in 1962. With a career that spans decades, the Rolling… [Read More]
When it comes to iconic men’s style, one man that seems nearly synonymous with the mere idea is the King of Cool himself, Steve McQueen (1930-1980). A self-described anti-hero, the American actor is known for his roles in great films such as The Thomas Crown Affair, Bullitt and The Getaway. On-screen and in real life,… [Read More]
English rocker Billy Idol, aka William Michael Albert Broad arrived on the music scene in the late 1970s with the punk rock band Generation X. Going solo in the 80s, Idol mesmerized the masses with popular songs Dancing with Myself, Rebel Yell and White Wedding. Along the way, Idol became synonymous with an edgy rock… [Read More]
WSJ looks to the iconic Robert Redford to cover its September 2015 issue. With the issue centered around men’s style, who better than Redford, who has helped shape Hollywood style on the big screen. Donning classic western styles, Redford is photographed by Mikael Jansson with styling by George Cortina.
One of the world’s most recognizable faces and the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley catapulted to fame in the mid-1950s with his Hollywood good looks and seamless blend of rockabilly with blues rock. Fearlessly bucking social mores, Elvis became known for his gyrations on stage, prompting critics to call him Elvis the Pelvis…. [Read More]