We've always known that suave Portuguese Lloyds chief, Antonio Horta-Osorio was a bit of a looker and a snappy dresser. Well, now we’ve all been proven correct by that bastion of style, men’s glossy GQ – it has voted him as the sixth best-dressed man in business.
“He shines among his British peers as the model of a modern banker,” it cooes.
There, you heard them folks, he’s the man to beat. But now for a rather tenuous Lloyds link to another winner. Taking the title of 30th best dressed man overall is the architect behind the Lloyd’s building and the Cheesegrater, Lord Richard Rogers.
“He adds as much to the fabric of London personally, as his building enhance the city’s skyline,” says GQ.
Indeed, he does. Sadly, Newsnight presenter Evan Davis takes the number one spot for worst dressed. Ah well, we’re pretty sure he could argue his way out of that decision.