Women in the music industry are often the ones applauded for their personal style (see: Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Selena Gomez), but there are men equally worthy of praise. The following artists make for some extremely stylish contributions to the industry.
Author: Erika Harwoodwww.vanityfair.com
Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino) has transformed his style since his days on Community. Need proof? Glover was one of the few men on the Golden Globes red carpet to take a risk with his brown velour Gucci suit.
Photography: Peter Hapak for the December 2016 issue of GQ.
This man who croons about Saint Laurent and “Versace on the Floor” has the wardrobe to back it up.
Photography: David Fisher/Rex/Shutterstock.
At the moment, Jaden Smith might be more well-known for his gender-bending style and carrying a box of water everywhere than his music, but he’s slowly dropping new songs, too.
Photography: Eric Ray Davison for the November 2015 issue of GQ.
The fact that John Legend hasn’t succumbed to dad jeans and polos after the birth of his first child, Luna, is a testament to his effortless style.
Photography: Justin Bishop
The Weeknd didn’t start street style, but he definitely helped elevate it—even prompting people to track his looks via Twitter.
Photography: Eric Ray Davidson for the February 2017 issue of GQ.
A$AP Rocky is arguably the most fashionable man in hip-hop right now. Please direct all disagreements to Gucci.
Photography: Inez and Vinoodh; Styled by Jessica Diehl.
The rapper-cum-desinger has made waves in the fashion industry for his minimalist style and headline-making Fashion Week presentations.
Photography: George Pimentel/Getty Images.
Pharrell’s iconic style (see: that Vivienne Westwood hat) has even won over Karl Lagerfeld, who made the musician Chanel’s latest handbag model.
Photography: Ryan Pfluger/Redux.
For all those doubting the Detroit rapper’s place on this list, may we suggest taking a look at his closet?
Photography: Lukas Maeder/13 Photo/Redux.
Much like the Kate Effect, there’s the Drake Effect, a nod to the Duke of Canadian Fashion.
Photography: Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images.