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Esquire magazine has unveiled their 2012 “Best-Dressed Men of the Year” list.  In the January issue, which will be on newsstands December 18th, they honor 18 men who took some risks, broke some rules, and showed the way toward brighter, bolder, and better style for the year ahead.

Esquire’s Best-Dressed Men of 2012 include: Daniel Craig, Jimmy Fallon, Damian Lewis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Princes William and Harry, Jack White, Luke Donald, Christopher Nolan, Tom Hardy, Chris Bosh, Justin Theroux, Henrik Lundqvist, Paul Feig, Tom Kane (as played by Kelsey Grammer), Victor Cruz, Sean Parker, and Jamie Dimon.

For more information on the best dressed men of the year and to vote for your favorite, visit www.esquire.com.

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2 Responses to “Esquire Magazine Unveils Their ‘Best-Dressed Men of the Year’ List For 2012” Subscribe

  1. Cassie December 11, 2012 at 7:03 pm #

    I love me some James Bond.

  2. Paula December 11, 2012 at 7:05 pm #

    I was going to say, Justin Theroux had better be on there after revealing he spends $1000 on 1 pair of jeans!

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