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Timberlake Wears It Well

06:02 AM Thursday 2/19/09 | |

Justin Timberlake’s the tops of the style charts, according to GQ Magazine.

The publication recently picked a list of the “10 Most Stylish Men in America” and it appears JT’s come a long way since his days of bleached hair and denim suits.

  • Fashionably Justin

    Designers Trace Ayala, left, and Justin Timberlake pose backstage before the William Rast fall 2009 collection show.
    February 16, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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Timberlake, who co-founded the fashion line William Rast in 2006, was singled out for his “knack for targeting trends” like hats, beards and skinny ties according to GQ. The mag also cited the singer’s impact on fashion and his willingness to take risks as reasons for his prime spot on the chart.

Other music men of note on GQ’s list included Mark Ronson, Kanye West, T.I. and actor / musician Jason Schwartzman.


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