Although they have the same hairline, Prince William and Prince George are both adorable and rank on top of our highly anticipated list of stylemakers of the year.
We must have been in a drug-induced stupor when we gave Toronto Mayor Rob Ford a C-. His outfit is a real bomb and deserved an F.
Sixteen-year-old Dante de Blasio was the picture of groovy elegance as his father, Bill, won the New York City mayoral race.
While “Rush” didn’t exactly burn up the box office, its star, Chris Hemsworth, won in the style stakes.
“Game of Thrones” actor Peter Dinklage donned a finely tailored suit for his 4-foot, 5-inch frame.
Nobody does it better than George Clooney in Giorgio Armani.
Robert Downey Jr. found a winning formula in “Iron Man 3” — but he could have lost the vest with this suit.
Love him or hate him, Kanye West still intrigues with his music, fashion choices and megalomaniacal rants about both.
University of Alabama football coach-cum-deity Nick Saban went Eighties with his gray windowpane suit and pastel shirt combo.
Jimmy Fallon will inject some youthful verve into “The Tonight Show” in February — and he may want to do the same to his suits.
Eliot Spitzer’s campaign for New York City comptroller was as saggy as the fit of this suit.
New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez could have used some performance enhancement for this casual outfit.
Javier Bardem of “The Counselor” needed better advice about this unkempt getup.
Brad Pitt channeled the Goth vibe of his zombie thriller “World War Z.”
Will and Jaden Smith promoted their bomb “After Earth” in attention-hungry, monochromatic looks.
Will Ferrell looking money — literally — at the MTV Movie Awards.
The Nerd-in-Chief hit the links and Michelle can’t possibly approve of this outfit.
Even Robin Thicke’s garish suit couldn’t compete with Miley Cyrus’ antics at the MTV Video Music Awards.