Nick Grimshaw has topped GQ's Best-Dressed Men 2014 list.
The Radio 1 Breakfast DJ has been voted Britain's most stylish male icon in the magazine's annual list, which is compiled from a poll voted for by staff at the magazine and a panel of experts involved in fashion and celebrity.
Idris Elba, who recently starred in 'Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom' as the late civil rights activist Nelson Mandela, sits in fourth place, while former 'Downton Abbey' star Dan Stevens follows in the fifth spot.
Prince Philip somewhat surprisingly made the list, ranking in 26th place for his quintessentially English look.
GQ paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh and claimed he ''deserves yet another medal - for his services to classic British tailoring''.
Deputy Editor Bill Prince added: ''Top-down management still rules among the royals, evidenced by the degree to which the Duke of Edinburgh's sons, grandsons (and, who knows, great-grandson) hero-worship his time-honoured style.''
The top 10 of GQ's Best-Dressed Men List are as follows:
1. Nick Grimshaw
2. Tom Hiddleston
3. Benedict Cumberbatch
4. Idris Elba
5. Dan Stevens
6. Tinie Tempah
7. Dermot O'Leary
8. Alex Turner
9. Charlie Casely-Hayford
10. David Gandy
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