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Tinie Tempah in awe of GQ's Most Stylish man Mark Ronson

Published 07/09/2016

Josephine de La Baume and Mark Ronson
Josephine de La Baume and Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson posted a mirror selfie after bagging the Most Stylish Man prize at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards.

British rapper Tinie Tempah dubbed Mark Ronson a “creative powerhouse” when he presented the producer with the Most Stylish Man gong at Tuesday night’s (06Sep16) GQ Men Of The Year Awards.

The Uptown Funk hitmaker looked dapper in a blue velvet Hugo Boss suit, with black lapel detail, white shirt and black bow tie when he collected his prize.

Tinie didn’t hold back when he announced the winner of the style accolade, praising Mark’s unique fashion sense.

“The next winner is a creative powerhouse, for whom style and substance are one and the same,” the singer told the audience at London’s Tate Modern. “You can’t have one without the other.

“He’s a Grammy-winning recording artist who understands a truly stylish man is one who is comfortable making a look that is all their own. And perhaps more simply, he’s the man who opened Bruno Mars’ set at the Super Bowl wearing a high shine sparkly gold and black bomber jacket. It was at that point that GQ said, ‘Yep, that’s our guy.’”

When Mark accepted the award he thanked GQ and his wife Josephine de La Baume, joking he should have thanked Josephine first.

“This is fantastic to be back here again and get an award,” he said.

The annual awards show is in partnership with Hugo Boss, and Mark also expressed gratitude to the fashion house after he collected his prize.

“Thank you @hugoboss and @britishgq,” he captioned a mirror selfie.

As well as honouring Mark, GQ also listed the 13 best dressed men from Tuesday’s bash. Nile Rodgers, David Gandy, Chris Pine and Tinie all made the cut, as did actors Stanley Tucci and Patrick Stewart.

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