Although we're only a few days in to the New Year, GQ has already named their best dressed men of 2015.

We're presuming that this is more of a who to look out for than a definitive declaration, but the full list contains 50 entries, including David Beckham who has (dropped from number 13 to 46 and is now surpassed by his own son Romeo, apparently), Prince George (although something tells us he's not dressing himself just yet...) and Jude Law's son Rafferty, amongst a whole host of other stylish men. 

Whether it's a sharp suit or their own, unique look, the men of this list are almost always on point when it comes to style, and we can learn a lot from them as we all look to make a few improvements in 2015. 

This year, the man atop the list is Eddie Redmayne, who has become a bit of a favourite of GQ, Esquire and the like in recent months, leading us to believe that there might be a big year ahead for that particular young man, while usual suspects David Gandy and Benedict Cumberbatch also feature. 

The top 10 in full is as follows, and you can check out a gallery of some of their more stylish moments below:

10) David Furnish

9) David Gandy

8) Douglas Booth

7) HRH Prince Charles

6) Idris Elba

5) Nick Grimshaw

4) Alex Turner

3) Jamie Dornan

2) Benedict Cumberbatch

1) Eddie Redmayne

There was also their Worst Dressed list of 2015, which included Newsnight's Evan Davis, West Ham midfielder Alex Song and Dr. Christian Jessen of Embarrassing Bodies, and that's also a list worth taking note of, at least from the 'what not to do' point of view.