Power and pocket squares: Only a true fashion icon keeps it together during the worst of times. After leading the fight for an independent Zimbabwe (then called Rhodesia), Robert Mugabe dressed the part, heralding a responsible new era of African leadership that both looked to the West while embracing independence. And though Zimbabwe has become a pariah state with negative economic growth and insane inflation, he has stayed suave and slick to this day, with tie and pocket square always perfectly matched. Those pressed suits and ties come direct from the designer -- and are so coveted that his wardrobe, worth millions of dollars, was stolen by thieves in 2009. Perhaps his wife, nicknamed the First Shopper of Zimbabwe, helped him restock.