British GQ's Men of the Year awards at the Tate Modern in London on Tuesday may have been an evening allegedly centered around dudes, but it was the women on the red carpet who really shone. Models like Adwoa Aboah, Winnie Harlow and Jourdan Dunn mixed with chef Tess Ward, pop culture icon Courtney Love and "Boys" singer Charli XCX in gorgeous gowns (with the exception of Ward, who opted for a sexy patterned suit). The mix of brands represented on the red carpet was just as eclectic, including Cushnie et Ochs on Charli XCX, Julien Macdonald on Winnie Harlow and Reem Acra on Poppy Delevingne, but none scored more celebrity support than Hugo Boss, which was co-sponsoring the event.
The ladies would've completely overshadowed the gents in the room if it weren't for three young men whose appearances created quite a buzz: Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Noah Schnapp of "Stranger Things" fame. Wearing their suited best — with the boldest look coming from Noah Schnapp, who paired high-top Gucci sneakers with a plaid Ami suit — these teens looked more than ready to scoop up the "Editor's Special Award" later that evening. It all goes to show that even the world's most beautiful people have a hard time competing with Cool Teens™.