there are many but george hamilton (suntan notwithstanding) has always stood out for me
Really? Â I always thought that guy exemplified all the bad things about LA, but hey, maybe I could just never get past the suntan and the white suits. I say musicians are naturally the most stylish, followed by other types of artists, than civilians (i.e. none of the above). Â Good musicians emote more than any members of the other categories, and tend to have strong personalities and thus better personal style. Â Otis Redding, David Bowie (not US, but whatever,) the Beatles (pretty much any period), Jimi Hendrix and his imitator Lenny Kravitz, the Strokes, Dre 3000 of Outkast, these guys can pull sh*t off. Â I wouldn't consider actors as artists in the same way as musicians and visual artists are, since they are really meat puppets of the directors. Â American politicians seem deliberately bland and unstylish, and news anchors are sort of a cross between politicians and actors - goodlooking in completely unmemorable ways - and their wardrobes reflect this. Â Businessmen go out of their way to conform - to me - conformity is pretty much anathema to good style. Athletes have style, though often poor - witness Shaqs miniscule hats and Deion Sanders really wierd suits. They look good because they have terrific bodies, not because they have good tastes in clothes, although the physical confidence they have allows them to pull things off that most people could not.