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post #31 of 93
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Kim Jong-Ii - can't believe no one said this earlier.





joe jonas wears a twist of Kim's style

post #32 of 93
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lol and my generation worshiped digimon. so yeah... i'm quite young. i was born into a 5 year old's brain.

Corrected.
post #33 of 93
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Ok stalker/man of lint. You stalk me on all my posts. Care to stick to the subject. What is your favourite male style icon?
post #34 of 93
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Despite Man of Lints negativity. It was wonderful reading about everyone's style icons. Even the funny choices. It is nice to know there is a slew of inspirational icons favourited by SFers.
post #35 of 93
Steve McQueen
post #36 of 93
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Sean Connery.

As Bond or Zardoz?

No love for Cary Grant and Bogey, or Clooney, or are they just too obvious?
post #37 of 93
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As Bond or Zardoz?

No love for Cary Grant and Bogey, or Clooney, or are they just too obvious?

Cary Grant Audrey Hepburn , yes awesome style icon
post #38 of 93
Giles from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. What?
post #39 of 93
Robert Palmer, Bryan Ferry, Steve Marriott

Rod Stewart and Bowie once they passed through the spandex androgynous look and got into grown men's suits.

Noel Coward.
post #40 of 93
Winston Churchill as dressed in 'Into the Storm'
post #41 of 93
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
As Bond or Zardoz?

No love for Cary Grant and Bogey, or Clooney, or are they just too obvious?

As Bond! Cary Grant and Bogart, of course, and definitely not too obvious. I just posted without going beyond ten seconds of thought is all.

Sinatra by and large was well turned out until the 1970s...
post #42 of 93
Steve McQueen Oliver Cromwell Gianni Agnelli Cary Grant Duke Ellington Fred Astaire
post #43 of 93
Good call on Sinatra until as you say he lost it in later life with the shapeless tux and toupee look.
post #44 of 93
Tom Ford.

And hate to be so cliche...but Cary Grant....
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I'm 41...

Well, you confirmed my suspicion: different generation...


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