There is no doubt that the film and television is strongly linked to fashion and style. Throughout history, a number of characters more or less defined the male style, and today we have chosen the history of 10 best-dressed characters on the silver screen.
We understand of course to do this kind of list is almost impossible when there are so many different styles to be inspired by. We have chosen characters with mainly tailored upholstery and a consistent style that we like rhymes with Manolos surveillance.
- Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) – Casablanca, 1942
No one has meant an off-white tuxedo jacket better than Humphrey Bogart in the role of nightclub owner Rick Blaine. The film is set during World War II and emphasizes the fact that when it comes to formal attire, it was definitely better before.
- Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law) – The Talented Mr. Ripley, 1999
Dickie Greenleaf played by Jude Law breathe 50th century romanticism to his fingertips.
Polo, short trunks and obviously tailored jackets from the tailor Battistoni in Rome.
- Thomas Crown (Steve McQueen) – The Thomas Crown Affair, 1968
Steve McQueen was primarily associated with a more relaxed style but in the role of billionaire Thomas Crown in the original from 1968, he carries perfect-fitting three-piece suits with a Cartier Tank Americaine on the wrist.
- Julian (Richard Gere) – American Gigolo, 1980
Joy boy Julian dressed from head to toe in Armani more or less defined masculine style during the early 1980s. Ideally, the camel coat with belt.
- Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) – Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, 1989
Disregarding possibly hat and whip is Harrison Ford’s character Indiana Jones a genuine style icon. Straight chinos with a high waist, Alden Indyboots and a worn
brown leather jacket one moment and then wear three-piece tweed suit or white tux.
- James Bond (Sean Connery) – Dr. No, 1962
For many, including us will always Sean Connery interpretations of James Bond to be the very best. In the first film, Dr. No in 1962, he carries including a midnight blue tuxedo with shawl type and turn back cuffs which is extremely accurate for the period.
- Sam “Ace” Rothstein (Robert De Niro) – Casino, 1995
In Martin Scorsese’s film Casino Robert De Niro role as casino manager Ace. The film is set in the 1970s and Ace wearing tailored svidar and jackets with strong colors, wide kind and wonderfully cut.
- Jay Gatsby (Robert Redford) – The Great Gatsby, 1974
Robert Redford doing according to us the best and most chic interpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic character Jay Gatsby.
- Jep Gambardella (Toni Servillo) – La Grande Bellezza, 2013
Eccentric journalist and author Jep mixes conservative svidar with canary yellow jackets in the modern classic signed by Paolo Sorrentino. Interestingly anecdotally is that the whole wardrobe Jeps from Cesare Attolini.
- Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) – North By Northwest, 1959
Cary Grant in one of its coolest roles as advertising agent, Roger. O Thornhill, advertising agent who gets mistaken for an agent of foreign spies and then hunted by the United States. Carry through a classic gray suit with white shirt and skinny tie in classic late 50th century spirit.