Brad Pitt pulled out all the style stops at last month's Cannes Film Festival, posing for paparazzi in Tom Ford tuxes and dapper scarves. But all that effort was in vain. According to a recent poll, there's only one style star these days, and he's found in the Oval Office, not on the red carpet. Yes, the people have chosen Barack Obama as the world's most stylish man over Pitt and countless other big-name stars. Although his wife Michelle is known as the fashionista of the family, and he has been known to exit the White House in less-than-hip jeans and outdated sneakers, there's just something about Obama's swagger that sparks positive attention. So what is it? For a president who listens to Jay-Z, hob nobs with celebrity admirers, inspires the nation's youth and attracts loads of fans abroad, style is about more than his clothes or political accomplishments -- it's his attitude and his fresh outlook. How can superstar celebrities of the world hope to beat the most talked-about politician in the world in a style poll? Pitt, who is an Obama supporter, shouldn't stress about not taking the top spot -- voters in the poll, commisioned by menswear company Thomas Pink, put him in second place. George Clooney and Will Smith, also fans of the prez, placed in the top ten.