Heartthrob Kit Harington crowned worst-dressed man

By Sherna Noah

Game Of Thrones star Kit Harington has been crowned worst-dressed man.

The heartthrob and British actor, 30, tops the list for 2018, compiled by GQ magazine.

The top 10 also features politician Jacob Rees-Mogg in fourth place, documentary maker Louis Theroux (seventh), music producer and DJ Marshmello (eighth) and The Body Coach Joe Wicks (10th).

Jacob Rees-Mogg (Yui Mok/PA)

But there is better news for The Crown star Matt Smith, 35, who is named best-dressed man.

He is followed by US rapper A$AP Rocky, The Fly star Jeff Goldblum and singer Harry Styles.

Matt Smith on the red carpet (Ian West/PA)

Brooklyn Beckham, son of designer Victoria Beckham and ex-footballer David, appears to be following in his mother’s footsteps with a head for fashion, scooping ninth place.

Actors Andrew Garfield, Riz Ahmed and Ryan Reynolds, and grime artist Skepta also make the top 10.

The list is voted for by GQ staff alongside experts from the fashion and celebrity worlds, including Giorgio Armani, Christopher Bailey, Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors and Sir Paul Smith.

The worst-dressed top 10 also includes comic Paul Merton, YouTube supercar expert Shmee150, singer Morrissey, business magnate Elon Musk and PewDiePie, the vlogger Google distanced itself from earlier this year over allegations of anti-Semitism.

The Best and Worst-Dressed Men Lists are in the January 2018 issue of GQ, available on newsstands from Monday December 4.

GQ Best-Dressed Men 2018

1. Matt Smith
2. A$AP Rocky

A$AP Rocky (Yui Mok/PA)

3. Jeff Goldblum
4. Harry Styles
5. Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield (Ian West/PA)

6. Skepta
7. Riz Ahmed

Riz Ahmed at the Oscars (Ian West/PA)

8. Ryan Reynolds
9. Brooklyn Beckham

Brooklyn Beckham (Ian West/PA)

10. Alessandro Michele

1. Kit Harington
2. Paul Merton

Paul Merton (Yui Mok/PA)

3. Shmee150
4. Jacob Rees-Mogg
5. Morrissey

Morrissey (Ben Birchall/PA)

6. PewDiePie
7. Louis Theroux
8. Marshmello

Joe Wicks is tenth (Ian West/PA)

9. Elon Musk
10. Joe Wicks