STYLE ICON: Jean-Paul Belmondo

June 01, 2013

A massive star in 1960's new wave French cinema, Jean-Paul Belmondo broke onto the international scene in films like Breathless and Le Voleur.  Equal parts Humphrey Bogart and Steve McQueen, his sartorial sensibilities and laissez-faire attitude set the standard for French street style. Usually clad in a pair of trim trousers, simple button-down and fedora; Belmondo proves that confidence, not a suit, makes the man.


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