Harry Styles has graced the latest cover of Dazed magazine – and fans are going crazy for his high-fashion looks.
As well as appearing on the front cover of the iconic publication, the singer posed for a full shoot featured inside, and they're nothing short of perfection.
Throughout his years in the public eye, from his time in One Direction to going solo, the 27-year-old has forged his own lane in the music and fashion industries.
However, as part of his interview with the magazine, it's revealed Harry is now dipping his toes into the word of beauty and launching his very own brand — is there anything he can't do?
Look back at his transformation over the years…
2010 – 2014: The One Direction years
Harry first appeared on our screens all the way back in 2010, when he competed on The X Factor and was placed in the boyband One Direction.
The then 16-year-old was a fan of cardigans and neck scarfs and while looking back, this might not seem particularly fashion-forward, Harry was setting trends and many viewers rushed to get the 'Harry' look.
The group might not have won the show but they were undoubtedly the stars of the series and became one of the biggest boybands in the world.
Harry built himself up a solid fanbase by being part of the band, but it was mostly his hair and cheeky personality that many fell in love with, rather than his style choices.
The group had a generally masculine look, and mostly sported suits or casual jeans and t-shirts in order to create a uniform (but not totally matching) look.
2015: Breaking the mould
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One of the first times we saw Harry really step up his style was at the 2015 American Music Awards, where he sported a white floral suit by Gucci.
Since then, Harry has become a champion and face of the brand, and we have seen many (many, many) brilliant looks from their partnership.
This was definitely the turning point for the singer as he made sure to stand out amongst his bandmates.
Harry would later go on to work with stylist Harry Lambert, who would take him from boyband to fashion force in no time.
2016: Goodbye hair!
In 2016, we saw Harry embark on his fist movie role in Dunkirk, which meant we had to say a sad farewell to his signature brown locks, as he cut his hair especially for the film.
This, of course, didn't stop Harry from evolving his fashion and only made us pay even more attention to the star.
2019: Met Gala
The 2019 Met Gala marked one of Harry's biggest fashion moves (so far) as he was a co-host at the prestigious event, which came with a theme perfect for him to shine.
Dressing for the theme Camp: Notes on Fashion, Harry showed up and showed off in a black mesh long sleeve shirt paired with high waisted matching trousers.
He continued breaking down gender barriers with clothing on the cover of his much-anticipated second solo album, Fine Lines, released in December 2019.
The record marked another turning point for Harry as not only he shoot up in the style ranks and album charts, but he also came into his own creatively.
This era saw Harry lean into flared, high-waisted trousers and bellowing, oversize sleeves – and a lot more sparkles and sequins, which he has now become known for.
2021: Global Icon
A year after his brilliant Vogue cover, which saw him solidify himself as a style icon, November 2021 saw Harry feature in the fierce and wonderful Dazed feature.
As his career grows, we can't wait to see what other flawless looks Harry wows us with next.
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