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The 15 Best-Dressed Celebrity Men of 2020

While 2020 did not provide many opportunities for people to "dress up," several celebrities still managed to give us major fashion moments. From home photoshoots to virtual award shows, a few high-styled men curated memorable looks from their impeccable (or at least interesting) wardrobes that helped them stand-out sartorially from the rest. Check out the Quintessential Gentleman's (not ranked) list of these men below.



Anderson Paak

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No one pulls off 70's cool (and Alessandro Michele's Gucci aesthetic) quite like singer-songwriter Anderson Paak.


DeAndre Hopkins

Photo: Alec Kugler


From statement coats featuring oversized floral patterns to wide-legged culotte pants, DeAndre Hopkins just might be the most sartorially innovative player in football.


Dwyane Wade

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Dwayne Wade is no stranger to high fashion, but 2020 saw him take it up several notches thanks to collaborations with hot, young designers such as Rich Fresh and Jerry Lorenzo of Fear of God.


Jamal Adams

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Clean, crisp but always with an element of surprise, Jamal Adams' statement looks definitely caught our (and Vogue's) attention this year. I mean, look at this Dries Van Noten puffer!


Jeremy O. Harris

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No stranger to the theater, Jeremy O. Harris gave us looks that expressed his brand of creativity and presented a style point of view all his own.


Jerry Lorenzo

Photo: @JerryLorenzo Instagram


Undoubtedly one of the hottest designers of 2020, Jerry Lorenzo single-handedly embodied why his brand, Fear of God, is currently the ultimate in streetwear chic.



Kyle Kuzma

Photo: @Kuz Instagram


Lockdown didn't deter Kyle Kuzma from curating standout looks (many of which he photographed himself), showing the world that he is a champion of both basketball and style.


LeBron James

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The pandemic and subsequent NBA bubble didn't stop King James' continued reign, both on the basketball court and in the fashion ring.


Lenny Kravitz

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Who's the one man that can pull off Anthony Vaccarello's rock-n-roll, Saint Laurent vision better than any runway model, Lenny Kravitz of course!


Luke Sabbat

Photo: Getty Images/Gotham Contributor


Disclaimer, everyone can't make the "I don't give a f*ck" look work this well in real life; some things should be left to the likes of Luke Sabbat.


Pharrell Williams

Photo: Bauer-Griffin


Pharrell's his name, style has always been his game!


Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

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With his unconventional mix of patterns and silhouettes, NBA newcomer Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was not reluctant about making a statement when it came to his sartorial choices.


Travis Scott

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Having created some of the hottest Jordan's of 2020, as well as serving as one of the faces of Dior's collaboration with the sneaker brand, Travis Scott's unique take on fashion has been embraced by the worlds of street and high fashion alike.


Tyler, the Creator

Photo: Mike Marsland/Getty Images


In 2020 Tyler continued to prove that he's not only a creator of dope music, but also of eye-catching looks that definitely left people talking.


Tyrod Taylor

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Someone to keep a lookout for when it comes to men's fashion in 2021 is Tyrod Taylor, who gave us many a solid look by the likes of household fashion names like Berluti, as well as smaller, black-owned brands such as Brownstone.

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