“While his array of cheekily unbuttoned silk shirts and soft, striped V-neck knits over the past year get honorable mention, our favorite facet of his personal style has to be his commitment to anything-but-black tuxedos – especially the regal, all-purple Gucci rig he wore to the Emmys in September. Our king,” GQ’s editors wrote. “In short, Donald Glover is a new-wave renaissance man – and his style is superbly ‘wavey’ too, providing all the Seventies-inspired vibes a modern man needs in his wardrobe right now.”
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Travis Scott, who ranked fifth on the list, was among the acclaimed hip-hop artists who were also highly praised for their fashion sense.
“With a penchant for oversized plaid shirts, cargo pants, diamond-studded grilles and even the occasional overall, it’s hard to deny he’s hip hop’s most influential streetwear force right now,” GQ said of Scott’s style.
John Legend came in at number eight, and the publication says the Grammy-winning singer has “a penchant for suits just on the right side of jazzy” and Scott is “a poster boy for that high fashion and street-brand remix vibe.”
Other music artists featured on the list include Post Malone (No. 12), A$AP Rocky (No. 17), Offset (No. 19), Tyler, the Creator (No. 25), Lil Pump (No. 32) and Tinie Tempah (No. 44).
View the complete list of best-dressed men of the year at gq-magazine.co.uk.