The misfits, the troublemakers, the black sheep - we may tut tut their behaviour, but we love an agent provocateur. Fashion and Hollywood together have fuelled our obsession - and it started decades before Bad Gal RiRi brought back midriffs.
Even Coco Chanel was seduced by rebel chic - you could argue she introduced it to high fashion. Her controversial 1916 jersey suit for women paved the way for androgynous dressing and Yves Saint Laurent's last-word-in-sexy Le Smoking tuxedo suit blew the stockings off the prim and proper in the '60s. Fast forward to the noughties and Alexander McQueen's exposed bums on the runway set off one of the most enduring trends of the decade - riskily low-rise denim.
Perhaps Jaguar said it best in their 2014 campaign starring Brit bad boy Tom Hiddleston: It's Good to be Bad. The ad may have been banned for encouraging irresponsible driving, but it has to be said it was dripping with style.
Here, we chart the Hollywood misfits who march to the beat of their own drum, from Marlon Brando to Jared Leto; from Angelina Jolie to Amber Heard. They're fascinating, alluring and ultimately - desirable. Whether you just like to look or want to emulate their style, these are the ultimate bad boys and girls of Hollywood.