Military Minded Celebrities
15 celebrities who love rockin' military-inspired streetwear
Every year they say the military trend is back this season. The truth is that military-inspired fashion is no longer a trend. It is a staple that isn't leaving any time soon.
From chinos to cardigans practically everything you wear has its origins in military dress.
The military aesthetic has been steadily infiltrating fashion since the troops came home from WWI!
Camouflage streetwear is a more recent military-inspired development that shows little sign of retreating.
Celebrities represent society back to itself, functioning almost as cultural barometers. They serve as a useful style guide when outfit inspiration is required.
Let's take a look at some popular celebrities with that military swag in 2020.
Barbadian singer, businesswoman, diplomat, actress and songwriter Rihanna, is a women of many talents.
RiRi, as she is affectionately known, has cultivated a reputation for outlandish style and definitely has a penchant for rockin' camo street fashion and streetwear.
She even has her own camo print shoe line with Puma: The RiRi Camo Fenty Creeper.
2. Gwen Stefani
American singer, songwriter, and actress Gwen Stefani is known as the co-founder and the lead vocalist of the popular 90s band No Doubt.
While the group is really past their heyday, Gwen continues to be an underground style icon and connoisseur of cool camo.
Pharrell Williams, known simply as Pharrell, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, performance artist, and fashion designer.
Pharell is known for being one half of the production duo, The Neptunes. More recently he has become known in fashion circles as both a designer and a fashion icon.
Queen Bey, recently named the most powerful woman in music by the BBC. Crazy that many people still underestimate the influence Beyonce Knowles has had on fashion and culture over the last 20 years.
Her group, Destiny’s Child was always trailblazing in performance and style. The group was wearing military garb and camo bikinis back in the early nineties when no one was.
Beyonce has stayed relevant through it all and remains a style icon to this day.
Canadian rapper Drake a.k.a. Drizzy, a.k.a Champagne Papi, a.k.a. Aubrey Graham has become somewhat of a style icon in recent years with a fashion sense rooted in hip hop and the military.
Heavily inspired by the military aesthetic, Drake has a penchant for wearing Timberland boots and outerwear like parkas and bomber jackets.
Drake's fashion isn't exactly flamboyant or especially original, he just wears the types of apparel the streets wears, only better.
Drake also has his own fashion line 'October's Very Own' (OVO) and even did a collaboration with Timberland.