Producer Mark Ronson and Killers frontman Brandon Flowers have both scooped honours at the GQ Men of the Year awards in London.
Ronson, who produced Amy Winehouse's second album, was recognised as the Maverick of 2008, while Flowers was voted Best Dressed.
Primal Scream, who released their latest album 'Beautiful Future' earlier this year, were awarded Best Band.
Meanwhile, singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page picked up Led Zeppelin's Outstanding Achievement award for their one off reunion show at the O2 Arena in London last December.
Last night's awards ceremony, which took place at the Royal Opera House, was attended by Lily Allen, Keane, Dave Grohl and a host of other stars.
You can see highlights from the event below...
Huge list of producers and musicans appears on website
Kanye's Yeezus shakes up the album chart
Band accused of 'shockingly poor money grabbing'
Woman has been obsessed with star for three years
Singer says he's free in 2014 and is waiting for call
Led Zeppelin guitarist to tour next year