30 Under 30: The Most Stylish Young Men in Hollywood
30. Bruno Mars
We already know the man can pull off a hat. But have you seen the pompadour? The "Grenade"-catching crooner is a master of throwback style: one part Elvis, one part Sinatra, one part R&B charmer.—S.F.
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29. Liam Hemsworth
More like The Swagger Games, arewerite? (Sorry.) The new Mr. Miley Cyrus is new to the game, but he's already impressed us with smart, simple suits that fit. A miracle, we know.—S.F.
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28. Michael B. Jordan
To some, he'll always be The Wire's Wallace. To others, he's Friday Night Lights's Vince Howard. But this year? He's probably Chronicle's Steve Montgomery. No matter who he is, Jordan pulls off casual style in soft cardigans like few others.—S.F.
27. Paul Iacono
Iacono's MTV high school series The Hard Times of RJ Berger never quite took off, but the young actor hasn't failed to create a unique sartorial identity. He's an individual, never relying on trends: Hats, bow ties, oblong windmill hair—there isn't much he can't get away with. Remember the name.—S.F.
26. Max Winkler
You might not even know who this kid is, and you probably don't need to Google him to realize he's the Fonz's son. But his only debts to his dad are the name and the mug: As far as style's concerned, the kid's a natural. Look no further than his strung-out tie and the carefully tousled hair for proof.—M.B.
25. Jesse Eisenberg
Even though about one out of every 100 nerdy dudes actually pulls it off, geek chic is a real thing. Eisenberg is in that dapper minority because he knows what labels fit his skinny frame—Band of Outsiders, for instance—and sticks to them.—A.R.
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24. Henry Hopper
His filmography is all of two full-lengths long, but the son of the late Dennis Hopper is already making a name for himself in style circles; whether rocking the red carpet (like here, at Cannes) or walking the runway for Agnès B.'s spring collection, the younger Hopper sports an innocently caddish look with a little edge.—D.T.
23. Penn Badgley
There's something a little sleazy about Penn's insistence on wearing deep, chest-exposing V-necks year-round. But it's a classic sleaze, more French than pornographic. Like he might light up a smoke and throw you a backhanded compliment before stealing your girlfriend. That's a rare quality that we've actually come to respect.—M.B.
22. Kingston Rossdale
Look. At this. Kid. We can't tell exactly which parts of Kingston's precociously attitudinal look come from Gavin and Gwen's choice dressing, and which come from their primo style-gene splicing, but this rock scion obviously has a leg up on all the other boys in the, er, playground. Expect him to occupy this list for, oh, the next 24 years or so.—D.T.
21. Chace Crawford
After years of epitomizing Manhattan WASP-iness on Gossip Girl, Crawford has acquired a real-life wardrobe to match—an endless rotation of covetable monochromatic suiting that looks, well, expensive. His wilder touches (like this knit-tie-and-tux combo) aren't exactly the most rule-shattering, but experimentation just seems so...new money, no?—D.T.