What makes a stylish male movie character? Is it the actor, the lines, or the clothes? Truthfully, it’s all of these, but there’s only one element we can emulate, so let’s see who’s wearing what.
- James Bond (Sean Connery)
In the early 1960s, James Bond represented somewhat of a style throwback, but men of a certain age admired him. Bond hated the Beatles and loved tuxedos. One half of the equation made him a style legend.
- Jules Winnfield (Samuel L Jackson)
Pulp Fiction was a very stylish movie. Sporting a tight fro and a thin tie, Winnfield pulled off the look of cool, calm and unflappable. We were all surprised that case wasn’t full of mens designer shirts.
- Jim Stark (James Dean)
Officially the world’s first teenager, Jim Stark sent girls’ hearts racing and guys racing out to buy blue jeans and white t-shirts. Sixty years on, …