The high-low look is definitely the hot style of the moment, but when people think of this approach to fashion, it's normally associated with mixing designer brands and streetwear or fast-fashion labels. But when you're Diddy, those rules don't apply to you. The hip-hop mogul was recently featured in an editorial for Los Angeles Confidential Magazine, and he wore high-ticket threads from the likes of Versace, Maison Martin Margiela, and Gucci, but mixed them with his own brand, Sean John, which anyone can buy at Macy's.

To be honest, if you didn't know it was Sean John, you wouldn't even think Diddy wasn't wearing head-to-toe high fashion—which shows the successful mixing of couture and accessible fashion. Diddy also dished about his fashion inspirations.

“My style has refined and has a little less flash to it these days,” Diddy told the publication. “I’m a big fan of Fred Astaire and Frank Sinatra, and love the simplicity of those '50s-era fashions. Vintage suits, old polos. Timeless, elegant, cool. My style right now is clean and pure like never before.” 

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[via Los Angeles Confidential]