Harry Styles is, as many have previously stated, a renaissance man. He is also a very busy man. He sings, dances, models, endlessly tours, owns Pleasing, one of the most hyped celebrity beauty lines out there, and single-handedly brought feather boas back. Not to mention, is cultivating a burgeoning acting career that ranges from wartime action flicks (Dunkirk) and comedic animal impersonations (SNL) to independent psychological thrillers (Don’t Worry Darling) and historical romances (My Policeman).
In fact, whenever this man steps out in public, it sends the Internet (and us, we admit) into a spin. Case in point: his latest venture to the Venice Film Festival to promote Don't Worry Darling and all the wonderful, seventies-inspired looks he sported for the occasion. A sweet relief amongst all the drama, hype, headlines and memes surrounding the film. We can already sense the very chokehold each look will have on our own autumn wardrobes.
We're hardly surprised. Over the last few years, Harry has popularised some of the biggest trends of the day. That's from pearl necklaces and bucket hats to bold suits and crochet knits. He's firmly established himself as one of fashion’s most influential figures — a Gucci darling with his own, upcoming collection, a Vogue cover and a co-chair position at the 2019 MET Gala under his belt. Between his friendship with Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele, his partnership with stylist Harry Lambert, and his wear-anything mentality, the Harry's House singer will surely go down in fashion history as one of this decade’s most prominent dressers.
So, consider this an ode to Mr Styles' impact on the fashion industry — all the trends he's had a leading role in shaping, plus where to shop them all.
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