Here’s a look at some of the black tie seen at the GQ Men of the Year awards held in London on September 3.
Former English footballer Jamie Redknapp in a classically styled three-piece by Thom Sweeney. (Getty)
British model David Gandy wearing Henry Poole & Co. (Getty)
British actor Tom Hiddleston in a velvet Giorgio Armani dinner jacket. (Getty)
British television and radio presenter Nick Grimshaw was one of the many who opted for a shawl collar. (Getty)
English footballer Rio Ferdinand adds flair and personality with a pocket square and knitted bow tie. (Getty)
Roger Daltrey has come a long way from mod rocker to distinguished gentleman. (Getty)
Tom Ford won Designer of the Year. (Getty)
Justin Timberlake in Tom Ford. The paisley patterned jacket is a stylish touch but the tall waistcoat and uncovered waist ruin much of the overall effect. (Getty)
Whatever shiny accessory “Downton Abbey” star Dan Stevens is wearing under his Hugo Boss jacket is not doing him any favours.
Rapper and music producer Pharrell Williams tends to have mixed success with his fashion-forward choices. This textured Lanvin suit is a bit much and the low-waisted trousers, uncovered waist (emphasized by the open jacket) and absence of socks don’t help. (Getty)
Samuel L. Jackson’s penchant for black-tie rule-breaking usually has disastrous results. This Giorgio Armani outfit is much better than most of his choices but the lack of a contrasting white shirt makes for a monotonous effect especially in comparison to other tuxedoed guests as seen in the photo at the top of the page. (Getty)