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GQ’s Men of the Year Awards


By IMAGE
03rd Sep 2014
GQ’s Men of the Year Awards

Kanye West and Pharrell Williams at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.

Last night saw the GQ Men of the Year 2014 Awards celebrate Kim Kardashian’s womanhood (oh apologies, it’s Kim Kardashian WEST these days), Benedict Cumberbatch’s acting chops, Douglas Booth’s general attractiveness and style – can’t argue with that – and Tony Blair’s philanthropic efforts, among others. Kanye West turned out in style to support his missus, though failed to scoop a coveted award of his own, which we’re sure he’ll get around to ranting about later today, admidst musings that he’s on a level playing field with Jesus Christ. Ok then.

Behold, GQ’s best in show…

Comedian – John Bishop

Editor’s Special – Liam Neeson

Chef – Tom Kerridge

Designer – Christopher Bailey

Writer – Michael Lewis

Breakthrough Fashion Designers – Agi and Sam

Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man – Douglas Booth

International Man – Jonah Hill

Philanthropist – Tony Blair

TV Personality – Peter Capaldi

Innovator – Ewan Venters

Inspiration – New Order

Sportsman – Lewis Hamilton

Entrepreneur – Andre Balazs

Special Achievement – Paolo Nutini

Vertu Breakthrough – Jamie Dornan

Solo Artist – Pharrell Williams

Leading Man – Colin Firth

Humanitarian – Ringo Starr

Actor – Benedict Cumberbatch

Legend – Van Morrison

Woman – Kim Kardashian West

Icon – Iggy Pop

So Kim Kardashian then, is she your woman of the year? Who would you like to have seen acknowledged in this category?