Shia LaBeouf has cultivated a personal style that’s hard to define. The actor swears by vintage tees, slim sweatpants (or jeans), dad hats, and either Nikes or military boots, a look that seems representative of his anti-establishment stance as a celebrity/actor. And whether his influence is actual or just perceived, LaBeouf’s own style can be spotted in the proper menswear world, namely in the casual cool of Yeezy Season 3, the ’90s-kid nostalgia of Gosha Rubchinskiy, or the normcore style of Vetements. But let’s remember that LaBeouf is an actor who doesn’t half-ass anything, be it a role on screen or an art project IRL. And when it comes to what he wears, one has to ask the question: Does LaBeouf not care about his clothes, or is it all part of some calculated anti-fashion look? Last week, LaBeouf finally gave us an answer. Read more at GQ.