I'm something of a magpie when it comes to style inspirations, so don't really have a single person I can name. It's more a little bit of Column A, a selection from Row B, and a snifter from Bottle C.
However, I've always been attracted to the flowing-yet-angular art popular in some comic books or anime. Flowing capes that kick out in dramatic if unrealistic angles, elongated leg lines, longer jackets with broader/structured shoulders, clothes with a kind of volume to them... allt that sort of very stylised imagery. That interest doesn't translate into direct style choices, but it does inform my tendency to like things like long dramatic overcoats, structured jackets and bold colours. I also think clothes look their finest when in motion or in some kind of tension/angularity rather than standing still (which is one reason among several that I rarely use a robopose in my fit pics). It also explains why I've never really been interested in discreet elegance as an aim of how I dress but tend go for something more... well I suppose larger-than-life, or energetic, or artificial/stylised would all be appropriate descriptors.
I do temper that against where I'm going and who I'm seeing, of course, because there are limits and clothes are a conversation not a diatribe... but it's usually there in the background somewhere if you look at the look as a whole.