Women's fashion gets all the attention, but we think it's finally time to have a look at the wardrobes of our favorite famous men.
After all, men have historically put lots time and effort into dressing up. From top hats and zoot suits to velvet jackets and mohawks, men's style has evolved in the same way that women's has.
Actors, however, have the largest fashion shoes to fill. Men like William Powell and Fred Astaire, and later, Paul Newman and Robert Redford, have set the style bar pretty high. Not to worry, though — some of the hottest male actors of today are bringing some serious fashion sense to the table.
Here's 20 men who really know how to get dressed in the morning:
We already know that George Clooney is smart, handsome and funny, but according to Giorgio Armani, he also makes a suit look "simply fantastic." Actually, we're pretty sure he can make just about anything look fantastic.
The "Fresh Prince" has come a long way from the backwards baggy jeans and mismatched outfits he wore back in the day. Now, Will Smith is known just as much for his stylish suits as he is for bringing in big bucks at the box office.
Brad Pitt is a style icon in anything he wears, from work boots to tuxedos. The actor exudes confidence at every event, whether it's a day at the park with the kids or a movie premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Pitt has simply mastered the art of sophisticated fashion.
The sexiest thing Sting wears is his love for his wife, but he's got the dressing part down, too. Favoring designers like Versace and Tom Ford (and keeping fit thanks to vigorous yoga), Sting only seems to get better with age.
It's not just about how cool he is, or what a great actor he is, or even how he can croon (as if those things weren't enough); it's about how Jamie Foxx has mastered the art of looking and being suave. Whether he's wearing a simple cashmere sweater with jeans and brown suede oxfords, or a shiny three-piece suit with his signature sunglasses, Foxx oozes charm every time.
There are very few men in this world who could upstage a Victoria's Secret supermodel, and Tom Brady manages to do just that once he puts on a suit and tie. When he's not calling the shots on the football field as quarterback for the New England Patriots, he's dressing up red carpets with his debonair fashion sense.
If ever there were a male face for bohemian chic, Johnny Depp would be it. It doesn't matter how much he tries to distract us from his good looks by donning scissors for hands or wearing zany pirate outfits; in real life, Depp incorporates hats and scarves to create a look that's all his own, and we love it.
Between his inventive red carpet stylings and his casual outfits during off-duty moments, Ryan Gosling can make even his fellow male actors swoon. At an event celebrating People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" issue, Bradley Cooper said that Gosling looked "like he just came off the runway." We couldn't agree more.
When Tom Ford started designing for Gucci, demand for the high-end label increased exponentially and celebrities began sporting his fashions left and right. Ford has an out-of-this-world sense of style (who else can wear a blue velvet tuxedo to the Oscars?), making him one of the best dressed men on our planet. End of story.
Much like the characters he often plays in movies, Tom Cruise's style is always a perfect mixture of preppy, sporty and classy. It's pretty clear where Suri Cruise gets her fashion sense.
He single-handedly brought sexy back, along with newsboy caps, thick eyeglasses and those sweater vests he loves so much. Timberlake's distinctive style has established him as the clear king of geeky chic.
Always dressed to impress in beautiful plaid suits and fancy fedoras, Jude Law proudly sports a distinctly British style.
Aside from the fact that he stars in one of the most stylish shows on television, "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm always embraces a new take on old-school fashion with perfectly-tailored suits and chunky sweaters with dark jeans.
We've watched him grow up right before our very eyes, and he's done so quite well. Having mastered the art of dressing like a gentleman, Zac Efron wears a sharp three-piece suit with as much cool as he does his favorite jeans and sweatshirt.
Ryan Reynolds always looks good, period. This Hollywood heartthrob has mastered a casual, cool and confident style that's all his own.
Actor and model Djimon Hounsou always looks amazing in his signature black, charcoal gray or navy blue suits, which he always tops off with that beautiful smile — one of the sexiest things anyone can wear.
Often topping best-dressed lists, Jake Gyllenhaal never seems phased by the many red carpets he walks down. He has a great take on classic American style, but always mixes in a touch of whatever's trendy.
007 has always had style, but it doesn't take a secret agent to spy Daniel Craig's ability to add something special to his outfits. Whether it's a bright scarf, a pocket square or some funky shoes, Craig does the fashion-conscious Bond franchise proud.
Always very put-together, "The Hangover" star Bradley Cooper loves to don dapper suits. That, combined with his slicked-back hair, makes it easy to see why he's currently People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive."