Bing Crosby was the butt of many clothing-related anecdotes, but he may be a low-key style god in the making.
Jack Nicholson is a singular movie star with a wardrobe to match.
Gregory Peck was once the cinematic face of simple, upstanding dependability; his wardrobe suggested just the same.
Toshiro Mifune had an onscreen persona that contrasted sharply with his legendary sense of style.
You would be hard-pressed to find a superlative that doesn’t apply to the great Sidney Poiter, and ‘best-dressed’ is certainly among them.