Naomi Campbell, Jeff Goldblum, and former The Smiths star Johnny Marr were among the big winners at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Wednesday night (05Sep18).
Model Naomi was named Fashion Icon of the Year, while movie star and jazz musician Goldblum took home the Haig Club Icon Prize at the Tate Modern gallery gala, as guitarist Marr picked up a lifetime achievement honour from Kylie Minogue.
Prince Charles was also a lifetime achievement award recipient at the bash, while actress and activist Rose McGowan made history by becoming the first women to receive GQ’s Inspiration Award for leading the fight against sexual harassment and misconduct in Hollywood.
There were also wins for John Legend, who was presented with the Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man award by his wife Chrissy Teigen, Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman, who was named International Man of the Year, and Get Out’s Daniel Kaluuya, who was honoured as Actor of the Year by director Steve McQueen.
The Handmaid’s Tale star Elisabeth Moss walked away with the Television Actor of the Year trophy, and British mod and rock veteran Paul Weller was named Songwriter of the Year.
There were also wins for Donatella Versace (Designer of the Year), Ralph Lauren (Design Legend of the Year), Philipp Plein (Brand of the Year) and Charles Jeffrey (Breakthrough Designer), while musicians Dua Lipa and Olly Alexander, aka Years & Years, picked up Solo Artist and Live Act honours, respectively, and funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen collected the Editor’s Special Award.
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