As if you needed another reason to join the #TuxRevolution, we give you 10 of them here. From Bianca Jagger to Kate Moss and Iman, click through to see how major style icons have rocked the tuxedo trend throughout history. Photos: Getty Images
Showing us how to strike in white, the '70s style muse made the tuxedo look her own with cool aviator sunglasses and an oversized leather clutch.
The always-dapper Diane Keaton complemented her suit with an oversized tie and striped blouse for the 48th Academy Awards (1976).
On the set of Sabrina with Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn looks extra chic with an oversized tuxedo blazer draped over her shoulders.
The perfect holiday inspiration, Anjelica Huston paired a gorgeous velvet tuxedo blazer with statement earrings for a show-stopping evening look.
Take a cue from style icon Iman and wear a tuxedo blazer as a top.
The epitome of chic, supermodel Linda Evangelista is shown here rocking a cropped version of the tuxedo jacket with matching pants, a statement belt and pulled-back hair - we're obsessed!
Pictured with her then-beau photographer Mario Sorrenti, Kate Moss takes on a downtown-cool version of the tux trend in black sneakers.
Winona Ryder brought a feminine feel to her suited style with deep berry lipstick for a film premiere (1990).
Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy achieves a timeless monochromatic ensemble in a deep-cut tux blouse and flared black skirt.
Pop of color? Try a ton of color! Gwyneth aces the tuxedo trend in an all-red suit.