A style icon for generations of the past, present and future,
Three Academy awards, one of which a Lifetime Achievement: the symbol of America’s face belonging to everyone. Casual and relaxed, with two clear eyes hitting right there, through your soul, with no choice but be captivated.
Not wild and dangerous, but with a unique style.
Because style is the combination of personal background, it does not depend from having and wearing designer clothes, it is closely about individualism and confidence.
His style was astonishingly simple, with a penchant for neutral or dark colors.
Sartorial yet casual outfits, mirroring the honest person he was. He shone confidence with a polite strength: this is why, besides an incredible actor, he is also considered the epitome of male elegance. An elegance based on practical garments: white t-shirt and sporty jacket, Rolex Daytona watch and Rayban Aviator sunglasses.
Interesting fact: the 1960s Rolex model (then called Paul Newman) has become over time one of the most sought after by collectors. He wore it in the movie “Winning”.
A perfect match of sport and elegance.
White shirt and 5-pocket jeans, or Chinos, with classic American loafers: somewhat Preppy, his style has inspired stylists for decades to come.
Pilot, actor, philanthropist: committed to charity and a regular guy, who’s been with the same woman for over 50 years. Despite his fame and glossy Hollywood life.
An example to look up to and follow: a simple man, probably very rational, a true star not only on stage and on the road, but also in everyday life. Complete and concrete, in an old-fashioned way.
Jewish father and Slovak mother: the result is this man with his magnetic charm, remembered by anyone as a real genius and a kind-hearted man.
This again proves that style is not the result of the clothes you wear, but of the person you are.