GQ presents its 2016 Men of the Year trophies
They – according to the FR edition of GQ magazine – marked 2016 in their respective fields: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in design, Emmanuel Macron on the march, Griezmann and football or Louis Garrel on the big screen. The masculine Conde Nast editions celebrated them last night at the Musée d’ Orsay, without forgetting two women at the centre of attention: actress Audrey Fleurot, elected Woman of the Year and Daphne Burkï, lamée, an excellent mistress of ceremonies.Cocktail reception under the large nave, awarding of the Prix quelques marches plus basement and dinner by Gagnaire in the salons d’ honneur: the gears of the great annual GQ event are well oiled and welcome every year those who make the news and shake the media. After a stint at the Shangri-La in 2015, the magazine reinvests the museum, allowing guests to enjoy the treasures it contains and its forgotten station architecture. A handful of ex-winners, Joey Starr and Ophélie Meunier, the COMEX of Conde Nast editions and, above all, THE international star without whom the evening would have been a little less Hollywood: Gérard Butler, who came to grab the hearts and the Hugo Boss Prize, partner of the event. Those who didn’t have enough were squeezed together on the dance floor at Boston Bun and Pedro Winter, 100% Ed Banger GQ team whose efficiency is not to be proved any more. Black tie mandatory.