The Results Are In: You're Picks for Best and Worst Dressed
September 28 2011 1:08 PM EST
March 21 2016 11:31 PM EST
The tribe has spoken with resounding solidarity. When it comes to dressing well, one man stands above the rest: Tom Ford. The results from our recent poll asking you to rank the best and worst dressed from a group of 50 notable men, and Ford's paradoxical mix of sex and sophistication has won a large majority over. We contacted Ford who had this to say:
"Style is a personal thing. It is what defines you. It is not only about clothes (in fact, it is rarely about clothes) but is about the way that one handles oneself with other people. To treat people kindly, to look them in the eye, to shake their hand firmly and to try to always be proud of ones actions are key elements of style as far as I am concerned. With regards to clothes and dress I think that it is important to find out what you feel comfortable in [I am not talking about physical comfort here] and then to make that look your signature. Personal style, comes from consistency. Know yourself, know what you like and what you don't like and then build a look around those likes and dislikes. Remain true to your own taste."
Well said, Ford -- always a class act, that one. Rounding out the top is another designer, the inimitatable Marc Jacobs, who has frequently been seen sporting a kilt of late. Could he be starting a trend?
For the rest of the results, click here.