In Honor Of His Collaboration With Tom Ford, Check Out Some Of Justin Timberlake’s Most Memorable Looks


Seriously, as a society, how did we allow this “Before” to happen?

I usually think Justin Timberlake looks like a Sim, but did anybody else also find him exceptionally good looking at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday? That hair! That suit! That overwhelming confidence practically oozing from those steam-cleansed pores!

Well, it makes sense that Justin Timberlake pictures now make me swoon a little bit, as I have an affinity for men with excellent style (though I am admittedly incompetent with my own, but c’est la vie). And it makes even more sense that JT is increasingly fashionable, as he’s now collaborating with Tom Ford to design and shape the style throughout Timberlake’s upcoming album. According to their announcement, ”Ford worked closely with Timberlake and his team to provide made-to-measure tailoring, including eveningwear, suiting, shirting, ties, shoes and accessories that will be a focal point of the ‘The 20/20 Experience.’” In fact, the suit above is by Tom Ford as well as that of his new single, aptly titled “Suit & Tie” wherein a Tom Ford logo is flashed and mentioned.

All this rather remarkable style comes in stark contrast with the ridiculousness that was Timberlake’s  Even he knows how far he’s come, admitting last year that he feels that in his N*Sync days, he “looked like a moron.” To be fair, it was the 90s and we all looked rather stupid (before you deny it, let me remind you about scrunchies, Lisa Frank, the resurgence of bell bottom jeans and these), but Timberlake looked dumb in the public eye so here we are. Now, let’s watch this extremely likable star’s style evolve immensely over the past decade and a half, just as all of ours (hopefully) has.

Photos: Brian To/

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    • CMJ

      I love Tom Ford. Probably more than JT. True Story of “I knew I loved my Husband” when he said this: We were walking by the Gucci store and I asked if he wanted to go in and he replied – “Ugh, no. Gucci hasn’t been the same since Tom Ford left.”

      • Samantha Escobar

        Ha! Sounds stylish. I love stylish. High five for good taste in men/clothes.

    • anna

      i was a child in the 90s. therefore all clothing was adorable and fashionable on me.

      • Samantha Escobar

        I wish I could say the same for myself; while I was only ten when the 90s ended, I recall making a lot of poor decisions regarding capri pants already.

      • CMJ

        I, for sure, had waaaaaaay too many ill-fitting Express capris in the worst material known to mankind.