GQ Awards 2015 winners
The 2015 GQ Awards held on Sunday in London, honoring some of the best dressed and hottest men in women in the world.
The awards took place at the Royal Opera House, and was hosted by Samuel L. Jackson.
Ant-Man actor Paul Rudd was named the Leading Man of the Year, the biggest award of the night.
“I’m so touched, truly, to be here and to be accepting this… I love GQ magazine and I always have,” Rudd said in his appreciation speech.
“When I was 15-years-old, I got a year’s subscription for Christmas… [So] that GQ would recognise me as someone that could [represent this], I really appreciate it.”
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho won the Editor’s Special Award, although he admitted to not knowing why he won the award.
“During my career I’ve received a few awards and I always know why: because I win football matches,” Mourinho said in his acceptance speech. “This is the first award where I get it and I don’t know why.”
See the full list of winners below.
Leading Man – Paul Rudd
Creative Icon – Marc Newson
Editor’s Special – José Mourinho
Designer – Kim Jones
Breakthrough Designer – Christopher Raeburn
TV Personality – James Corden
Outstanding Achievement – Stuart Broad
Actor: Christoph Waltz
Vertu Breakthrough Actor – Jack O’Connell
Woman – Emilia Clarke
Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man – David Gandy
Breakthrough Musician – James Bay
Cultural Icon – J J Abrams
Icon: Lionel Richie
Creative Icon: Marc Newson
Politician – George Osborne
Ciroc Solo Artist – Sam Smith
Comedian – Will Ferrell
Inspiration – Giorgio Moroder
Writer: Nic Pizzolatto
Sportsman – Lewis Hamilton
Legend – Keith Richards