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The Most Stylish Men On Instagram

The best-dressed men you need to be following.
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The men who make looking good look easy. Here's who to follow and why.

1| Luka Saabat 

A "Stylist-entrepreneur-Champion and model at request," according to his profile, Luka Saabat wears clothes we can only dream of; walks for the likes of D&G; and is at the vanguard of Cool Teenagers. @lukasabbat

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2| Basement Approved 

The Basement started life as an invite-only Facebook group for people to discuss the aforementioned trainers and clothes; since expanding into street style photography, parties, meet-ups, and a clothing line. @basementapproved

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3| Blondey McCoy 

A professional skateboarder, brand owner, muse for Valentino, and the guy you see on every Palace ad. He also does a bit of art on the side and has a gold tooth. @blondeymccoy

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4| Gully Guy Leo 

A 14-year-old kid from rural Warwickshire who has become one of the biggest names in streetwear; accruing minor celebrity status and fairly significant influence along the way. @Gullyguyleo

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5| Adam Gallagher 

He's a dapper New Yorker documenting his menswear blogger life. Best for inspiration in adding a maverick twist to classic tailoring. @iamgalla

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6| Jeremy Langmead 

The brand and content director of Mr Porter and editor-in-chief of The Times LUXX magazine packs his account with shots from the front row of fashion shows and his travels through Europe's most beautiful cities. @jeremylangmead

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7| Oliver Cheshire 

A model and style columnist who collects images of himself on the catwalk, as well as his off-duty looks. @oliver_cheshire 

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8| Nick Wooster 

An ex-creative director for J.C Penney menswear, Wooster's biker-meets-gent, tattoo-covered look is essential viewing. @nickwooster

9| Frederik Lentz Andersen 

The Danish fashion director exemplifies grungy, pared-back Nordic style.  @frederik_la

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10| Tinie Tempah 

The rapper turns menswear brand creator (check out What We Wear) details his life in massive glasses, black tie events, and suits. @tiniegram

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11| Matthew Zorpas 

Zorpas, the sharply dressed man behind 'The Gentleman Blogger,' sticks up shots of his sophisticated attire plus exotic locations, making us riddled with envy on a daily basis. @matthewzorpas

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12| Scott Schuman 

Fashion photographer Schuman's 'The Sartorialist' blog changed the street style landscape. See his account for shots of well-dressed folk he sees out and about, as well as the occasional look at his own get-up. @thesartorialist

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13|  Brian Sacawa 

An over-achieving saxophonist and style author, Sacawa is a great example of using accessories to lift a classic outfit. @hespokestyle

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14| Esa Laukkanen 

A selfie-shy graphic designer from Helsinki sharing his abundant collection of leather goods, rolled-up jeans, and classic cars. @esalaukkanen

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15| Pelayo Diaz 

Blogger and Central St Martin's grad Diaz has a modern, grunge look far more daring than we'd ever attempt to copy. @princepelayo

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16| Derek Blasberg 

The US-based fashion writer 'grams his life swimming in a pool of the world's most beautiful women and looking impeccably groomed at glittering soirées. You might hate him. @derekblasberg

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17| Kris van Assche 

The designer and artistic director of Dior Homme does a great line in moody fashion shots and excellent celebrity portraits. @kris_van_assche

This story originally appeared on Esquire.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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