Friday, February 4, 2011

Black Male Fashion Icons in Entertainment

Men of Style

Every woman loves a fine man, especially one with impeccable style!
Chekout some of the Fabulous Men of Entertainment who let their style sense shine through!

Harry Belafonte
March 1, 1927-
Singer,Actor, Political Activist and Humanitarian, all with Raspy voice and Carribean Style. To this day Harry Belafonte is still a sex symbol and fashion icon!

Sidney Poitier
February 20, 1927-
Another West Indie's Favorite, Actor, Film Director, Author, and Diplomat; Sidney played the cop we all wanted to know!

Duke Ellington
April 29, 1899-May 24, 1974
Jazz Music Legend, Duke Ellington had a classic cool style that captivated his audience!

Sammy Davis Jr.
December 8, 1925-May 16, 1990
A member of the 'Rat Pack' Sammy Davis Jr. was on of the first African Americans to grace the cover of GQ. Sammy had flawless taste to match his charm and wittiness.

Billy Eckstine
July 8,1914-March 8, 1993
Having influenced Popular Music with his smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato, Billy Eckstine was also influential in fashion trends among the rest of these handsome and tailored men of style!

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