As head of the world’s largest media company and some of the world’s greatest icons — Mickey, Minnie and company — Iger, 61, knows how important personal style is. And because his kingdom is so vast (Disney, Pixar, Marvel, ESPN and ABC), his own style has to take him everywhere from the red carpet to Space Mountain.
“He does a nice job of balancing; he always looks pulled together,” says Julie Rath, founder of Rath & Co. in New York, an image and style consulting company specializing in men.
The country’s 7th-highest-paid CEO (according to The New York Times) favors gray and silver, which work with his coloring.
“He’s classy, sharp, confident — decisive. It looks powerful,” says Rath.
In this case, looks don’t deceive. Disney second-quarter net income rose 21 percent, and its stock soared in mid-May on the news that it was planning a sequel to “The Avengers,” which has already raked more than $1 billion in ticket sales.