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Thursday 26 May 2016

Harry Styles not best dressed

Published 30/12/2013

Harry Styles
Harry Styles

Harry Styles hasn’t even made the top ten of UK GQ’s Best Dressed Men of 2014 list.

The One Direction star is generally considered one of the most stylish guys in the industry, but in the UK men’s magazine’s 2014 hot list he didn’t even cut the top ten – instead coming in eleventh.

First place was taken by British radio host Nick Grimshaw, who Harry is close to and often enjoys nights out with in London.

The BBC Radio 1 DJ is known for his quirky shirts and skinny jeans and is clearly set to inspire many males in the New Year.

In second place is Tom Hiddleston, who is known for his suave looks on the red carpet.

The UK actor might favor black capes as villain Loki in the Thor series, but in his spare time the 32-year-old looks gorgeous in impeccably tailored suits.

Hot on his heels is Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch in third place, who is famous for rocking a classically British style.

Man of the moment Idris Elba, who takes on the role of Nelson Mandela in the biopic about the late politician’s life, came in at number four.

Downton Abbey fans will be glad to hear that Dan Stevens, who played Matthew Crawley in the period drama, came in at fifth place.

He’s followed by rapper Tinie Tempah and presenter Dermot O’Leary in sixth and seventh position respectively.

Musician Alex Turner and menswear designer Charlie Casely-Hayford also had the edge over 19-year-old Harry, coming in at numbers eight and nine.

Rounding off the top ten was David Gandy, who has recently been showing off his chiseled features in a Christmas commercial alongside Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

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