As much as we keep an eye on celebrities’ latest fashion (maybe we want to see more iconic moments in fashion), there are or were actually famous people who always wore the same things. Call it a personal trademark or just plain laziness, but it takes a certain kind of confidence to keep on wearing the exact same things day in and day out.
#1 Simon Cowell
The uniform of Simon Cowell while on the red carpet is an unbuttoned-at-the-top white button down and a black jacket. For casual affairs, he sports a fit gray top.
#2 Michael Kors
This American fashion designer and former Project Runway judge more often than not, wears a black t-shirt and a black jacket.
#3 Johnny Cash
Country music icon Johnny Cash wasn’t known as “The Man in Black” for nothing.
#4 Karl Lagerfeld
The fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld wears a white shirt, black suit, tie, sunglasses, and other accessories (such as jewelry or gloves) while out.
#5 Jean Nouvel
Jean Nouvel, the French architect, wears black in the spring, winter, and fall. He changes it up during summer and wears white instead.
#6 Barack Obama
The President of the United States has more important matters in mind than fashion, so he usually wears gray or black suits.
#7 Fran Lebowitz
The famous author Fran Lebowitz always sported a white shirt under a black pantsuit.
Former Guns N’ Roses lead guitarist wears a top hat on top of his big hair and dark glasses. Kind of reminds us a little bit of Dr. Seuss books, actually.
#9 Carrie Donovan
Carrie Donovan, a former fashion editor for Vogue, The New York Times Magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar, wore black clothes and pearls. She paired this off with oversized glasses.
#10 Grace Coddington
This former model and creative director of Vogue typically wears all black.
#11 Albert Einstein
Besides his signature unkempt hair, the genius Albert Einstein wore a grey suit and no socks with his shoes.
#12 Tom Wolfe
An author and journalist, Tom Wolfe always wore a white suit.
#13 Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg, the famous CEO of Facebook always wears a grey t-shirt.
#14 Jerry Garcia
Jerry Garcia, the famous Grateful Dead guitarist, songwriter, and singer wore jeans and a black t-shirt.
#15 Steve Jobs
The legendary Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, always wore a pseudo black turtleneck and blue jeans. With it, he wore New Balance sneakers.