Over the course of 100 years, we've seen an incredibly diverse array of male musicians. In the '40s, there was Frank Sinatra; in the '50s, Elvis was king; and in later decades, we got the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson, and Prince. Their music is as diverse as their fashion choices. These things are in focus in a video uploaded on YouTube by Vanity Fair called "103 Years Of Male Pop Stars."
The clip stars in the year 1910 with a pioneering jazz musician Joe "King Oliver," goes through Sinatra and Elvis, and ends with Kanye West and Justin Bieber. It features two male models mimicking the various pop stars' mannerisms and styles. It's a very interesting look at just how our preferences in music and fashion change over the years.