Film star Javier Bardem was chosen by GQ's British edition as its top best-dressed man internationally, followed by Indian-born Sikh jewellery designer and actor Waris Ahluwalia and Alexander Skarsgard, Swedish star of the hit U.S. television vampire show True Blood. The Spanish actor is the epitome of underplayed style - no wonder he caught Penélope Cruz's attention, British GQ said of the 41-year-old Biutiful star in its February edition due out yesterday.
The top 10 list also included Bollywood star Shah Rukh Kahn at number four, High School Musical heart-throb Zac Efron at six, new England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at eight and George Clooney at number nine. From the silver screen to Nespresso machine, the actor is an immaculate throwback to the golden age of Hollywood heroes, GQ said in an advanced copy emailed to Reuters.
At the other end of the scale, actor Mel Gibson was the number one worst-dressed man internationally, followed by British fashion designer Henry Holland. GQ also panned Hollywood actor Will Smith's son Jaden for his sartorial sins as well as American Apparel founder Dov Charney.