The Return of Chest Hair!

From Mad Men's Jon Hamm to Gossip Girl's Ed Westwick, torso-fros are (finally) making a comeback. Plus: A gallery of the hottest fuzz.

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Harrison Ford, 1979

Han Solo brandished the original hunky man pelt.

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Tom Selleck, 1982

No one does body or facial hair like Tom Selleck. Nobody.

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Burt Reynolds, 1983

Burt Reynolds: King of packing wool

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Steve Guttenberg, 1985

The Goot is a master of two things: acting in 80s movies and posing with his shirt off.


Brad Pitt, 1991

Brad Pitt in Thelma and Louise started a decade-long trend of smooth torsoed men. We forgive him.

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Ted Danson, 1993

A Hawaiian button-down with a dark tuft exposed is classic '90s hunk wear.

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Leonardo Di Caprio, 2000

The boyish look of Leo's clean pecs has been replaced by hair once again. Good thing he can act.

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Daniel Craig, 2006

Craig ushered in a new era of bare-chested sex symbols; we think he might be waxing.

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Jon Hamm, 2007

He's slick in Mad Men, but shows torso-fro when it counts.

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Ed Westwick, 2008

Even teen heartthrobs have jumped on the unbuttoned bandwagon.