Check out the personal accounts of some of the style-setting superstars of the sports world.
Ronaldo’s 96.1 million followers make him Instagram’s most popular sportsman, ahead of Barcelona rivals Neymar (71.3m) and Lionel Messi (67.6m), and even celebs like the Kylie and Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber.
With 29.1 million followers, King James’ refined sense of style puts him at the head of a strong field of NBA stars who’ve carved out a huge social media following as much for their fashion as their on-court exploits.
If the Aussie F1 ace’s Colgate smile is good enough for the cover of Men’s Style, it’s good enough to appear in your Insta feed.
The Swedish superstar striker boasts almost 24 million followers but — in true Zlatan style — follows just six accounts, and one of them is his own line of fragrances. Perhaps the only bloke on the planet who wears a man bun you don’t instinctively want to tear off with a pair of rusty scissors.
The Irish MMA megastar reportedly purchases eight to 10 suits worth $4000-$10,000 customised by a personal tailor before every media tour — you need some serious swag to pull that off, so lucky ‘The Notorious’ has it in bucketloads.
Hamilton’s grungy street style is a little more out-there than clean-cut F1 rival Ricciardo, and he’s not shy of a brooding selfie, either.
Far from the biggest name on this list but scroll through the immaculately tailored suits and smouldering selfies on the Swede’s Insta feed and you’d sooner guess Lundqvist was a male model rather than an ice hockey player.
There’s a lot of squatting in front of luxury cars and cheesy poses on the red carpet, but the fastest man on the planet makes it all look effortlessly cool.
At an age when most dads are retreating into cargo shorts with Crocs and socks, 41-year-old Becks is taking his four kids around the globe in Armani suits and Breitling watches.
Those all-American, granite-jawed, poster-boy good looks helped land supermodel wife Gisele Bundchen . . . and she’s no doubt the brains behind the refined style the legendary quarterback now sports on Insta.