The actor is up against Paisley-born Hollywood hero Gerard Butler and tennis ace Andy Murray for the Fashion Icon accolade at this year's Scottish Fashion Awards.
The public can vote for their winner, who will be crowned at the awards ceremony to be held at Dover House in London on October 9.
Other nominees include Thom Evans, Calvin Harris, Kirsty Hume, Julianne Moore, Amy Macdonald, Louise Linton, Karen Gillan, Nina Nesbitt and Emeli Sande.
Event founder and producer Tessa Hart-mann said: "The icon list always prompts much debate but it's a bit of fun on top of what is otherwise a serious awards presentation.
"It's wonderful to have so many stylish Scots working in the world of sport, acting, singing and enter-tainment and we applaud their own unique identity.
"We are huge fans of Andy Murray, who has had a fashion make-over in the last 18 months and, given his win at Wimbledon this year and his excellent sartorial choices, he very much deserves to be in there."
She added: "It's about celebrating the wide spectrum of stylish Scots we have and there's an impressive collection in there - from some whose unconventional but strong looks make the grade, to the classic old school glamour from Louise Linton and indeed new entrant this year, Hollywood actress Julianne Moore, whose mother was Scottish and who has taken British citizenship."
Ms Hartmann was forced to move the awards to London due to a lack of support for the event in Scotland.
To vote, visit www.scottishfashionawards.com