5 Low-Key Style Icons

5 Low-Key Style Icons

A few iconic looks from the most unassuming authorities of men's style.

A few iconic looks from the most unassuming authorities of men's style.

Text: Czar Van Gaal

2018 has been an amazing year for men's fashion. Virgil made his Louis Vuitton debut at Paris Men’s Fashion week with a star studded runway featuring Steve Lacy and Kid Cudi, just to name a few. Hedi Slimane taking over the iconic house of Céline may have been controversial in his decision to remove the brand's signature accent aigu, thankfully, Slimane's Celine did give us all what we've wanted from the brand; Menswear! And we must say, it was worth the wait.

Moving on, we also had the initiation of Margiela's iconic Tabi boot into the menswear arena, available to the boys in different color ways and styles. There have been clear standouts in mens fashion, but a few notable contenders that typically fly under the radar garnered some attention for their unexpected influence to style. These fellas include some unassuming characters, Ross Lynch and Shia Lebouf to name a few, but we have to say that while their effortless looks may have not garnered them "Best Dressed" status, they've earned place on our mood boards.

1. JONAH HILL

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