Well since you're using fictional characters I will as well.
I vote for the Arrow Shirts & Collars man. There was more than one but they were king back in the 1920s.
Here's an odd one that can be argued; John Travolta.
Saturday Night Fever even influenced guys that hated disco music and Urban Cowboy was a big part of the resurgence of faux cowboys in the early 80's.
But I dont know who he could replace on your list.
I heard someone talking about that very suit on the radio the other day. About how much it sold for. I had to look it up since I couldn't remember the amount. According to The Guardian, it sold 17 years ago at a Christie's Auction for $145,000.
King Edward VII started the trend of leaving the bottom button of a suit undone.
This is a style icon that has change how men wear suits.
No explaintation needed.
We'll all be better off when Raylan Givens makes this list.
Apparently Ryan Gosling is an actor who used to be in The Mickey Mouse Club.
And Raylan Givens is a cowboy movie hero.
I had to Google them both.
You ought to watch Justified (Givens is a TV character on Justified). You'd probably like it. Modern police procedural set in Harlan, Kentucky with a quick-drawing cowboy US Marshal (Timothy Olyphant). Best dialogue I've ever heard on a TV show, bar none.
I've heard of Gosling. Just not sure how he qualifies as a fashion icon of any sort. I can't even remember what movie I know him from.
Does The Notebook ring any bells? It's a very popular movie. I thought he was very good in Fracture, but I don't think it's a well known movie.
Also, he sings, or used to sing, in a group called Dead Man's Bones. And he can sing. He's an all-around talent that one.
My wife spared me The Notebook. She liked it, though. I did see Fracture. I was thinking maybe I knew him as Charlie Prince from the newest version of 3:10 to Yuma.
Prince was a badass in that movie. But, apparently that's Ben Foster (which I had to look up), not Ryan Gosling. No telling why I got 'em confused ...
I looked through Goslings IMDB page. I've seen Fracture and Remember the Titans. That's it as far as Gosling goes. Kinda wanted to see Gangster Squad ... because I can't think of a movie with a tommy-gun that I didn't like.
Gangster Squad was pretty decent. It's worth seeing.