Known as the “King of Cool,” Steve McQueen’s Hollywood career spanned three decades, from the 1950’s to the 1970’s. Among the most notable films of McQueen’s career is 1963 film classic The Great Escape, in which three Allied prisoners of war in a POW camp. The video clip below is a scene showing a daring motorcycle escape jump that McQueen requested to be added to the film because he was an avid motorcyclist. The scene is a good representation of McQueen’s effortless style and badass personality.
In matters of personal style, it is helpful to take a look at how other men successfully create their own. This is why Gentlemen’s Gazette praises Steve McQueen’s iconic style in their article, Gentleman of Style: Steve McQueen.
“Steve McQueen could pull off casual work wear, western attire, and 3-piece suits while looking equally authentic in them all – not many men have that kind of range. He rocked a certain nonchalant confidence that is the envy of every man who has perused a style gallery of his most famous looks.”
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