In the late 1950s, Delon quickly rose to fame to become one of the greatest stars in French cinema. Comparisons to James Dean were inevitable, thanks to Delon's chiseled features and impeccably cool style. On and off the screen, he mastered the tailored-suit-and-shirt combo, but his real talent was for leisurewear. In the 1966 film Is Paris Burning?, Delon looked timelessly classy in a summer-casual tennis-inspired outfit.
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