The Best Dressed From The GQ Middle East Men Of The Year Awards 2019
Last night's GQ Middle East Men of The Year Awards was the party to end all parties. And thanks to our No Rules Eveningwear dress code, everyone who attended looked suitably red carpet ready.
Recognising achievements in fashion, film, art, television, sport, social justice and literature, the depth and breadth of talent is a brilliant reflection of the Middle East. The awards were also an opportunity to honour the men and women who shape the region’s cultural landscape, in a venue that reflects this coming together of Middle East and World culture.
Here's a run down of the best dressed from our red carpet featuring Alessandra Ambrosio, Mena Massoud and more.
Fashion Icon Award Winner Alessandra Ambrosio looking, well, iconic. She was presented her award by friend Mohammed Al Turki.
GQ's International Man of Style, Tan France, looking suitably fabulous. You can read more about Tan's meterotic rise in our Men of The Year profile with him.
Our Breakthrough Model Mariano Di Vaio showing what No Rules Eveningwear really means while displaying his new haircut.
Star of Netflix's The Protector, Turkey's first major production with the streaming service, and GQ Television Star award winner, Cagatay Ulusoy looked sharp in a patterned tuxedo. Hair by Chaps Abu Dhabi Barbers
GQ Middle East Editor in Chief Adam Baidawi and Director of UN Women, Moez Doraid. Adam's hair by Chaps Abu Dhabi Barbers
Model Lucky Blue Smith demonstrating that yes, you can wear a suit with a vest, as long as you add jewellery.