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New York's Henrik Lundqvist makes Vanity Fair's best-dressed list again

One of the NHL's coolest customers caught the eye of the venerable magazine for a second straight year thanks to his love of Frank Sinatra and velvet shoes (yeah, that's right).
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There's not much of a debate to be had; Henrik Lundqvist is one debonair dude. He owns Manhattan thanks to his day job of backstopping the New York Rangers, he plays guitar in his spare time and now, for the second year in a row, 'The King' has been named to Vanity Fair's best-dressed list. He's so cool, even snow loves him.

Lundqvist is one of only two athletes on the list, along with New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz. Citing Frank Sinatra as someone he finds cool, the Swedish netminder reveals that his favorite clothing items are his leather jacket and his black Ferragamo velvet shoes.



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