Tracking Bad Bunny’s Evolution Into A Modern Style Icon
Here's a look at Bad Bunny’s maturation into a modern day style icon.
Bad Bunny is everywhere these days. One night, he’s headlining Coachella. The next, he’s one of the best-dressed men at the Met Gala. And what does he follow that up with? A show-stealing WWE match in his home country of Puerto Rico, of course. Given the wide range of events, it’s tough to forecast what the superstar’s next move will be. But one thing you can guarantee, he’s going to look good doing it.
Now, that doesn’t mean that Bad Bunny has always been the most conventionally stylish person. Frankly, some of his clothing choices a few years ago were objectively bad. But as Bad Bunny’s profile has risen from budding Latin trap artist to global superstar over the past six years, his style has evolved with him. He turned in loud floral print Gucci suits for sleek black suiting from Burberry. He’s gone from forcing streetwear grails into his colorful outfits to stepping out in clean workwear looks. He’s grown his beard out (and anyone knows the wonders that can do for certain people).
A lot has happened in six years. So, we decided to take a look at Bad Bunny’s maturation into a modern day style icon.