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GQ names 15 worst-dressed men of Silicon Valley

August 4, 2011 | 12:45 pm

GQ 15  worst-dressed men of Silicon Valley

On the same day that Vanity Fair announced its 2011 International Best-Dressed list, fellow Conde Nast publication GQ magazine tweaked the titans of tech by offering up a list of the worst-dressed men of Silicon Valley.

Although it's hardly a surprising list -- Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are some of the noteworthy names -- it's nice to see that GQ is holding their running-shoe-shod feet to the fire since they of all people can afford to kick things up a notch. (And it's worth noting that Gates does seem to be putting in at least a little bit of effort in the last few years -- appearing in a not-inappropriate suit-and-tie ensemble from time to time.)

The magazine has a full slide show and Clover Hope's snarky commentary (Example: "While most guys would treat embroidered cowboy shirts like diseased cattle at the department store and walk on by, Chris Sacca hasn't met one he didn't want to snuggle.")

 -- Adam Tschorn

Photos: GQ's list of the 15 worst-dressed men of Silicon Valley includes, from left: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg (credit: Anthony Bolante / Reuters), Apple CEO Steve Jobs (credit: Kimihiro Hoshino / AFP/Getty Images) and Microsoft founder Bill Gates (credit: Scott Olson / Getty Images).

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