GQ Men of the Year Awards9th Sep
Last night, celebrities flocked towards the Royal Opera House for the highly esteemed GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2015. In association with Hugo Boss, the annual awards celebrates men (and women!) from film, music, TV, literature, politics and more.
It was always set to be an impressive bash with ultimate Hollywood cool guy Samuel L Jackson confirmed as the evening's host, in support of charity One For The Boys which increases male awareness of cancer.
In terms of the sartorial stakes, David Gandy proved the 3 piece suit isn't going anywhere. To recreate his look, our Soeron 2 blazer and Toff waistcoat make the perfect pairing (cheekbones unfortunately not included). Scooping the Most Stylish Man of the Year award, we're more than happy to follow his lead on this.
Taking home the prestigious Leading Man award, Paul Rudd looked great in a slim black suit with crisp white shirt. The two-button so 3 jacket from our suits collection offers a similar fit with chest and waist pocket detailing. Try our black Cable tie to complete Paul's look.
Tinie Tempah also ensured he dressed to impress when he presented Lionel Richie's Icon award. We're a big fan of his monochrome graphic print blazer and our Jobe T-shirt is the perfect way to channel his style when it comes to casual wear this weekend.
Other favourites included James Bay's deep navy suit with his trademark hat, a slimmed down Sam Smith's bow tie and thick rimmed glasses, and Lewis Hamilton's fashion-forward jacquard blazer.
Congratulations to all winners:
Leading Man: Paul RuddCreative Icon: Marc NewsonEditor’s Special: José MourinhoDesigner: Kim JonesBreakthrough Designer: Christopher RaeburnTV Personality: James CordenOutstanding Achievement: Stuart BroadVertu Breakthrough Actor: Jack O’ConnellWoman: Emilia ClarkHUGO BOSS Most Stylish Man: David GandyBreakthrough Musician: James BayCultural Icon: J. J. AbramsPolitician: George OsborneCiroc Solo Artist: Sam SmithComedian: Will FerrellInspiration: Giorgio MoroderSportsman: Lewis HamiltonLegend: Keith Richards