The stars were out in force on Tuesday night as the red carpet was rolled out for the GQ Men Of The Year awards.
The bash, now in its 22nd year, celebrates men and women who have helped to shape the world’s cultural landscape over style, politics, entertainment and sport, and was held at London’s Tate Modern.
Stormzy took home the prize for Solo Artist of the Year for the second year, having previously bagged it in 2017.
The Game Changer of the Year award went to activist Greta Thunberg, as previously announced.
The gong was created especially for the 16-year-old climate change campaigner, who has inspired students across Europe to skip school and call for action from world leaders.
Check out the full list of GQ Men Of The Year 2019 award winners below...
Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man, presented by Rita Ora
Winner: Richard Madden
Beats by Dr. Dre Band, presented by Charli XCX
Winner: The 1975
Inspiration, presented by Gabby Logan
Winner: The England Women’s Football Team
Lifetime Achievement, presented by Debbie Harry
Winner: Iggy Pop
Designer, presented by Naomi Campbell
Winner: Kim Jones
Actor, presented by Bernie Taupin
Winner: Taron Egerton
Vero Breakthrough Music Act, presented by Sam Smith
Live Act, presented by Winnie Harlow
Winner: George Ezra
Maddox Gallery Artist, presented by Russell Tovey
Winner: Ai Weiwei
Writer, presented by Sir Patrick Stewart
Winner: James Ellroy
Icon, presented by Sir Tom Jones
Winner: Kylie Minogue
Sportsmen, presented by Greg James
Winner: The England One-Day Cricket Team
Actress, presented by Elle Fanning
Winner: Nicole Kidman
Hugo Boss Standout Performance, presented by Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Winner: Andrew Scott
Politician of the Year, presented by Susanna Reid
Winner: Rory Stewart
Game Changer, presented by Caitlin Moran
Winner: Greta Thunberg
Haig Club Solo Artist, presented by Adwoa Aboah
Legend, presented by Stephen Fry
Winner: Ian McKellen
Editor’s Special, presented by Dylan Jones
Winner: David Beckham