The annual award ceremony hosted by GQ magazine took place at the Tate Modern in London on Tuesday (03.09.19) and saw the likes of football legend David and musicians Iggy and Kylie walk away with some of the top gongs.
David was named the recipient of the prestigious Editor's Special Award ahead of the actual ceremony and was presented with the trophy during the evening, which he was given in recognition of his ongoing projects in fashion, football, and philanthropy.
The Lifetime Achievement award was bagged by 'Lust For Life' hitmaker Iggy, while Kylie was given the Icon award to commemorate her performance at Glastonbury this year, which came 14 years after ill health forced her to cancel a previously scheduled headline slot at the iconic festival.
The Inspiration award was handed to the England Lionesses for their performance during the women's World Cup - which shattered viewing records and inspired women across the country - while England's One Day cricket team was collectively named Sportsmen of the year for their victory in the Cricket World Cup, which secured the trophy for England for the first time in history.
Taron Egerton was named Actor of the Year, Nicole Kidman is Actress of the Year, and Andrew Scott gave this year's Standout Performance.
GQ Men of the Year Awards full winners list:
Editor's Special Award
Most Stylish Man
Inspiration of the Year
The England Lionesses
Lifetime Achievement Award
Designer of the Year
Actor of the Year
Breakthrough Music Act
Live Act of the Year
Artist of the Year
Writer of the Year
Sportsmen of the Year
The England One Day Cricket Team
Actress of the Year
Politician of the Year
Game Changer of the Year
Solo Artist of the Year
Sir Ian McKellen
Band of the Year
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