The actor, 32, who is newly single following his split from Taylor Swift, donned a black leather jacket over a crisp white shirt and tie.
He completed the look with matching trousers and shiny dress shoes as he posed on the red carpet at the Royal Opera House’s Paul Hamlyn Hall in London.
Meanwhile, Gary Lineker, who is a GQ Men of the Year honouree, was joined by his supportive son George at the event.
Other honouree’s who were in attendance included Black Coffee, Paapa Essiedu, Malcolm Kamulete and David Jonsson.
Dapper: Joe Alwyn showed off his impeccable sense of style at the star-studded GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Wednesday
Stylish: The actor, 32, who is newly single following his split from Taylor Swift, donned a black leather jacket over a crisp white shirt and tie
Tom Daley once again showcased his unique sense of style at the Awards in association with BOSS.
The Olympian, 29, donned a snazzy pink sweater for the occasion which he layered beneath a smart alabaster suit.
Tom to wore the oversized blazer effortlessly over his shoulder and toted his essentials in a tiny pink handbag which perfectly matched his jumper.
Oozing confidence on the red carpet Tom strutted his stuff in a pair of eye-catching leopard print loafers.
DJ Black Coffee, who is an Honouree, looked typically stylish in a black faux fur trim leather jacket and jeans.
Beaming Louis Theroux put on an animated display while posing for fun snaps on the red carpet before entering the venue.
Looking good: Ncuti Gatwa bundled up in a long black trench coat with shoulder pads
Fashionista: Tom Daley, 29, once again showcased his unique sense of style at the event
Pals: Tom (R) was joined at the event by fashion designer Daniel W Fletcher(L)
Looking good: DJ Black Coffee looked typically stylish in a black faux fur trim leather jacket
Beaming: Gary Lineker cut a dapper figure in a grey suit and a crisp white shirt
Family: Gary, who is a GQ Men of the Year Honouree, was joined by his supportive son George
Happy: Ian Wright and Gary posed for a beaming snap together
Beaming: Louis Theroux was all smiles as he arrived at the event
Bold: Sex Education star Asa Butterfield stood out in an eye-catching green suit
Sex Education star Asa Butterfield stood out in an eye-catching green pinstripe suit and a white shirt.
Presenter Roman Kemp stood out in an eye-catching blue patterned suit.
GQ Men of the Year celebrates stars from entertainment, fashion and sport who have made 2023 a year to remember.
The 26th annual event will be hosted by Amelia Dimoldenberg , in association with fashion brand Boss.
This years list of honourees include Jack Antonoff, Gary Lineker , Wrexham AFC’s Paul Mullin, Paapa Essiedu, and Top Boy’s Malcolm Kamulete.
Quirky: Presenter Roman Kemp stood out in an eye-catching blue patterned suit
Handsome: Aaron Pierre looked dapper in a black tuxedo
Stylish: Bridgerton’s Luke Newton looked typically chic in a brown BOSS blazer and matching trousers, teamed with a beige shirt
Stylish: Top Boy star Ashley Walters bundled up in a black BOSS trench coat
Celebrating: Other honouree’s who were in attendance included Black Coffee, Paapa Essiedu (left), Malcolm Kamulete and David Jonsson (right)
Dashing: Oliver Jackson-Cohen looked dapper in an all-beige ensemble
Award: Top Boy’s Malcolm Kamulete was one of the 26 honoured stars at the event
Bold: Munya Chawawa looked dashing in a velvet marron blazer
Happy: Micheal Ward and Ashley Walters posed for a snap together
Each of the 26 honoured stars will also grace their own solo cover of the Men’s magazine which will be revealed in the coming days.
The evening was held at the Royal Opera House’s Paul Hamlyn Hall which is located in the heart of London’s Covent Garden.
Honourees were treated to a lavish gift bag inclusive of this year’s best skincare and fragrances as well as an exclusive piece of art and Vault Membership at The Ned.
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