Ringo Starr’s primal drumming helped ring in the explosion of 60s subculture, and ever since, his rhythm has been key to driving music into brand new territory. He’s tapped into all types of genres throughout his career, and that multifaceted approach to creation doesn’t just apply to his personal music. It applies to his personal style, too. Being one quarter of the world’s biggest band naturally shone the spotlight on Starr’s sense of dress, but the average person probably thinks of it as being quietly in step with the rest of the Beatles. Given that the band first donned matching mod uniforms, it’s not entirely inaccurate, but Starr struck out on his own, as well — and there’s some serious style lessons to be learned from them. Read more at Inside Hook.