Our Top 5 Gentleman Style Icons from TV

TV these days is filled with stylish inspiration for men, characters who evoke masculinity, style and sophistication in fine tailoring. We’ve picked 5 of our favourites actors, and their characters, who are leading the way for men’s style on our screens at home.

5) Roger Sterling (John Slattery)

The charismatic founding partner of ad agency Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce is an icon of matured gentleman style. Although Don Draper is the main protagonist of Mad Men, it’s fairly common for Roger’s wit to steal the scene away from him with a quick one-liner. His command of the 3-piece suit is exceptional and his silver fox styling proves that age is no barrier to the way a gentleman dresses. View Post

Our Top 15 Quotes About Being A Gentleman

There’s a lot that’s been said about being a gentleman in modern society and what it takes to be thought of as one. Throughout history there have been many great gentlemen of style in fashion, politics, entertainment, grooming and philosophy, all of whom have had something to say about the traits of a gentleman. Here are a few of our favourites that best describe the behaviour and character of gentlemen.

1) George Bernard Shaw (Irish Playwright)

“A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out”
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Our Top 5 Gentleman Style Icons from The Movies

Hollywood has provided some great icons of men’s style in the past with characters who embody timeless looks and suave attires that inspire men and the way we dress. Here are 5 of our favourite characters and the actors who portrayed them.

5) Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling) – Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Ryan Gosling - Crazy Stupid Love

Jacob Palmer is a charismatic gentleman who takes the recently divorced Cal Weaver (Steve Carrell) under his wing and teaches him how to dress well, talk to women and accept his identity as a man. Palmer himself spends most of his time immaculately dressed in fantastic tailoring and fitted clothing with a variety of styles and colours used to achieve a sophisticated, clean-cut image. Whether suited and booted or sporting a more casual look, he always represents the gentleman’s style throughout the movie. View Post

Our Top 5 Gentleman Hairstyle Icons

A list of our favourite hairstyles on gentleman celebrities and why they inspire us. Make sure to pick up some tips and ideas from some of the most suave men in Hollywood.

No. 5: Simon Baker

Having starred in hit TV series “The Mentalist” and Hollywood blockbuster “The Devil Wears Prada”, Baker made a name for himself as one of the most well-styled gentlemen in Hollywood. In 2013 Givenchy signed him on as their gentleman’s style icon as he headed up their “Gentlemen Only” fragrance campaign and he soon became well associated with the term. His windswept blonde hairstyle is iconic and compliments his suave, well-groomed style whilst at the same time appearing natural. This look is extremely versatile as it suits both casual and smart attire,  highly recommended for men with medium-to-long wavy hair. View Post

Our Top 5 Gentleman Style Icons

A list of the best dressed gentlemen in the celebrity world and what we love about their style. Make sure to pick up some tips and advice from them for yourself!

No. 5: Ryan Reynolds

Renowned as one of the nicest men in Hollywood, Ryan Reynolds originally found fame in the sitcom “Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place”. After being picked up as a comic talent he starred in a variety of teen movies, rom-coms and action movies performing alongside movie heavyweights like Hugh Jackman, Sandra Bullock and Blake Lively. He became a style icon after Hugo Boss signed him on as their new brand representative. From then on his “suited and booted” style has regularly been cited as one of the sharpest looks around and an inspiration for male styling everywhere. View Post