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Bond actor is 'most stylish' star
Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale
Casino Royale was based on the first book in Ian Fleming's series
James Bond star Daniel Craig has topped GQ magazine's annual list of the most stylish celebrities, with presenter Russell Brand as the worst-dressed.

Conservative leader David Cameron was second in the best-dressed survey, followed by actor Clive Owen.

Prince Harry became the first Royal to be included in the poll, in 10th place.

GQ said that Craig's sharp suit worked so well in Casino Royale because it seemed "like an upgrade" of the clothes he would naturally wear.

"No Bond since Sean Connery has worn it better," the publication added.

Russell Brand
1. Daniel Craig
2. David Cameron
3. Clive Owen
4. David Walliams
5. Jude Law
6. David Beckham
7. Pete Doherty
8. Russell Brand (pictured)
9. Tom Ford
10. Prince Harry
Source: GQ magazine

Mr Cameron, who took over as the head of his party in December 2005, was praised as a politician "who understands the news agenda is set as much by appearance as it is by words".

There was also an acknowledgement by GQ that Brand, a presenter on BBC Radio 2, could polarise public opinion.

This was because he came eighth on the best-dressed list, as well as being the poll's least stylish celebrity.

"Some can't stick him but to others he's British exuberance encapsulated," the magazine said.

Prince Harry was described as "the sartorial world's favourite Army recruit", and was praised by the creative director of fashion brand Mulberry.

Stuart Vevers described the 22-year-old's look as "modern and classic with a hint of rock 'n' roll".

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