MEN OF THE YEAR 2007

From Bill Clinton to Kanye West, meet all of our Men of the Year

Click here for our rundown of the year's big winners, featuring photos you'll see only here, on GQ.com. And be sure not to miss our complete 2007 Men of the Year coverage (linked below), including a web-exclusive interview with Bill Clinton, sexy photos of Hayden Panettiere, and much more.

MOTY: PUBLIC CITIZEN
An exclusive Q&A with Bill Clinton, plus a slideshow of photos from Clinton’s African tour, by Brigitte Lacombe

MOTY: GRADUATE
With the huge success of Graduation, his third album, Kanye West may have achieved what he’s always sought: world domination. He talks (and talks) to GQ about what we should all expect from his reign

MOTY: LEADING MEN
He’s been in many movies before. He’ll be in many more after. But as good as he is in this month’s The Golden Compass and in other roles, Daniel Craig will always be James Bond. And a rather good one, at that

OBSESSION OF THE YEAR
Sexy photos of Hayden Panettiere you’ll only see here

COUPLE OF THE YEAR
Funnyman Seth Rogen and supermodel Daria move in together (well, for a day at least) and try out domestic bliss

BREAKOUT OF THE YEAR + DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
Casey Affleck, now officially out of big brother’s shadow, shows off in the new line from John Varvatos, the year’s most innovative designer

MOTY: MAVERICK
An expanded, web-exclusive Q&A with New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg

MOTY: SMOOTH OPERATORS
Web-exclusive photos of Rihanna and Robin Thicke, who dominated the pop charts in 2007 with a pair of unlikely hits

MOTY: HIT MAN
This year Alex Rodriguez had a baseball season for the ages, hitting his 500th career home run and finally winning over the fickle New York fandom. But the future of the game’s greatest player remains a mystery

MOTY: MUCKRAKER
With Talking Points Memo, Josh Marshall is building the prototype of what an Internet-based news-gathering organization might one day look like

MOTY: CHEF
Three years ago, David Chang was an obscure cook with a failing Manhattan noodle bar. Now he is being hailed as the most innovative and exciting chef America has seen in decades. By Alan Richman

MOTY: BRITISH IMPORT
With an arresting performance in this month's Atonement, young Scottish acting sensation James McAvoy is already stirring Oscar talk. Here he shows us how to let the fashion accoutrement of the season—the vest—stand on its own

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