Who are the best and worst dressed men of 2010

Who Are The Best And Worst Dressed Men Of 2010?

The start of a new year brings with it the inevitable fashion accolades of who’s wearing what and which styles will be in season the year ahead. As magazines, websites and fashion bloggers try their utmost to decipher who has their finger on the pulse of style and who just shouldn’t be allowed to dress themselves, the list of the best dressed men in the world has drawn some surprising names out of the hat.

Beating international style icons David Beckham and James Bond himself, well, Daniel Craig anyway, the man to watch in 2010 when it comes to style is Robert Pattinson. It seems the praise and awards are showing no sign of slowing down for the young film star, as the Twilight trilogy has earned him fans young and old all around the world and now, apparently, even his wardrobe is getting a reputation to live up to. Interestingly though, in today’s metrosexual culture it’s not just girls who are checking out Pattinson, as GQ readers nominated him for the award for his seemingly inspiring and classic fashion choices. Raising a staggering 38 places up the list from his spot on last year’s Best Dressed Man lineup, the young heartthrob beat off the likes of one-time Gucci creative director Tom Ford, hip hop artist Dizzee Rascal and even David Cameron; who was described by one reader as ‘a man born to wear a shirt and tie’.

The much-coveted prize, which is voted upon each year through the men’s magazine, can’t be accused of being predictable though, as a quick glance at last year’s list will show the diverse and broad range of influences men are apparently drawing fashion inspiration from. Musician/producer Mark Ronson was voted Best Dressed Man of 2009, but it was his award peers that perhaps drew the biggest raised eyebrows, as also on the list were the 86-year-old painter Lucian Freud, His Royal Highness Prince Charles and even mockney film producer Guy Ritchie.

However, with one extreme comes another and the critics have already placed their votes on who the worst dressed men are. You would hope that ruling the country would be a job that comes with its perks, but apparently not when it comes to clothes, as Gordon Brown is voted the worst dressed man in Britain. Perhaps it’s the added pressure of having all eyes on him that has lead the Prime Minister to opt for rather tired mens shoes and plain suits, and he is notoriously hard to photograph wearing anything other than his trademark combination of a blue suit and red tie. However, there are other offenders, with Russell Brand coming in a number two and the team of Top Gear and dictator Kim Jong-il both notching up fifth and eighth places respectively. Brown wasn’t the only politician to make the list, as a GQ writer described Boris Johnson (fourth) as “Charlie Chaplin, with a touch of Laurel and Hardy — more Hardy than Laurel”.

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