Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, is probably one of the most celebrity style dress never changes. Jobs are almost always seen wearing antique jars, jeans and his characteristic black sneakers. He once said in an interview that he possessed about 100 black-collar tall shirts produced by Japanese designer Issey Miyake.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, known for his never changing outfit. In the case of Zuckerberg, the costume is usually black or blue hoodie shirts that are sometimes grey t-shirts. The shirts are specially ordered from Brunello Cucinelli, and it has a price of about 400 USD (over 9 million VND) each.
Legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld is known for his own iconic black outfit. He always wears a black jacket that is tailor-made with a high-collar white shirt.
The artistic director of Condé Nast and the editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour, has never changed her hairstyle and eyeglasses. Wintour usually wears “printed skirt, simple cuddle sweater and a huge necklace”.
Billionaire Richard Branson wears only a single type of jeans every day, whether it’s meeting with the Queen. Branson said he liked to combine his jeans with a simple white T-shirt, and said his wardrobe contained only two or three pairs of jeans and a few white shirts.
Elizabeth Holmes, former CEO of Theranos, is famous for having never changed the jacket style as it appears in public. Holmes is always seen wearing a black high-collar jacket like Steve Jobs, which later becomes the symbol for her scam.
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton always wore a costume for many years of work. She always wears simple outfits that exude elegance and elegance in the
The home uniforms of the fashion designer Giorgio Arman are simple. He has always appeared with navy blue sweater, navy blue pants and white sneakers.
One of the most famous people on the “single uniform in work” is former President Barack Obama. “You’ll see I’m only wearing gray or blue items in my whole career,” said former president in a 2012 interview.