Well, well, well… GQ’s Most Stylish Men Alive issue is out and we absolutely love it! The magazine took a different take on it this time by breaking down HOT guys not because of the expensive designer outfits that they wear but the magazine focused more on each individual’s street style. So, who made the list and who made the cover?
Normally, GQ would only choose one male celebrity to be on the cover dressed in the best designer clothes and captured in the best angle possible. This time around, the magazine listed down the 20 most stylish men alive in their clothes when they are out in public!
The list includes Brad Pitt, Kanye West, Ryan Gosling and the new man on the list this year? Jaden Smith!
Of course there is Bradley Cooper, Jay Z and Pharell Williams.
In the magazine’s editorial, they revealed, “This is not about the celebrities who spend the most cash on designer clothes or hire the best stylists. Instead, we were looking for guys who carry themselves through the world with confidence and originality. We decided to analyze the nominees, wherever possible, not based on what they wore to events and red carpets, but based on something much realer: Their street style.”
The list also included sports stars such as David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mario Balotelli, LeBron James and Russell Westbrook. There are also men from the music industry namely A$AP Rocky, John Mayer, Harry Styles and Mark Ronson.
The most surprising to make the list is Will Smith’s son, Jaden Smith because he is classified among the “moves we want to steal” and that’s what this issue is trying to send out to people, specifically men out there.
So ladies and gents, make sure that you grab a copy of the July issue of GQ Magazine, it’s worth it!
What do you think of the magazine’s choices and their concept for Top 20 Most Stylish Men Alive? Let us know by posting your comments below!
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