The Duke of Edinburgh has made it on to GQ's Best-Dressed Men List.
Prince Philip came in 26th place on the list of male style icons, which this year was topped by Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw.
Grimshaw was followed by The Avengers star Tom Hiddleston and Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch.
Idris Elba, who most recently played Nelson Mandela in the film Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, came in fourth, with former Downton Abbey actor Dan Stevens in fifth place.
GQ said Prince Philip "deserves yet another medal - for his services to classic British tailoring".
The magazine's deputy editor Bill Prince added:
Top-down management still rules among the royals, evidenced by the degree to which the Duke of Edinburgh's sons, grandsons (and who knows, great-grandson) hero-worship his time-honoured style.
Prince Charles made it to eighth place last year, but does not feature on the current list.
Fashion designer Ozwald Boateng tops the Worst-Dressed List, followed by politician George Galloway, TV scientist Brian Cox and former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers.
The poll was voted for by staff at GQ and a panel of experts from the worlds of fashion and celebrity, including Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford, Sir Roger Moore and Donatella Versace.
Topping the GQ's Best-Dressed Men List are:
- 1 - Nick Grimshaw
- 2 - Tom Hiddleston
- 3 - Benedict Cumberbatch
- 4 - Idris Elba
- 5 - Dan Stevens
- 6 - Tinie Tempah
- 7 - Dermot O'Leary
- 8. Alex Turner
- 9 - Charlie Casely-Hayford
- 10 - David Gandy
The full Best-Dressed Men List is in the February 2014 issue of GQ, available from Thursday January 2.