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Ryan Reynolds and Drake named GQ's Most Stylish Men In The World

Published 19/04/2016

Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds

The men are celebrated for their everyday looks.

Ryan Reynolds, Idris Elba and Drake have been named among GQ's 2016 Most Stylish Men In The World.

The trio is joined by Tom Hardy, Eddie Redmayne, Future, Diplo, Harry Styles, and others who have been praised for their sharp dressed style and red carpet looks.

"No disrespect to the Hall of Famers - from Kanye to Clooney, Gosling to Pharrell - but this year we're feeling a different, right-this-second strain of pro-level style," editors at the publication write. "We speak of men who look just as sharp on the street as they do on the red carpet.

"(They) realize that, in the camera-phone age, every little walk to the corner can turn into a photo op. And who rarely bother with suits - but when they do, they really make it count. So, with no further ado..."

In the magazine, comedian Aziz Ansari, who also makes the 2016 list, opens up about his minimalist fashion style, saying, "If you have a massive closet, you're kinda lying to yourself. If you have a bunch of dress shirts, you know the one that's really soft and fits you really well... I think the goal is to build a closet where it's just that.

"If you look at something and you don't love it, get rid of it."

Rapper Drake is celebrated for his comfortable looks, while Idris and Ryan are also praised for their sharp suits, with editors noting the Beasts of No Nation star looks like he is campaigning to be the next James Bond every time he steps onto the red carpet, and the Deadpool star gives classic looks interesting flares and twists.

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