Rocker Adam Lambert is sandwiched between two designers – Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs – in gay glossy Out's list of best dressed gay men.

Out asked its readers to chime in on who had the best style among 50 gay male celebrities.

Fifty-year-old designer-filmmaker Ford topped the list.

“Style is a personal thing,” Ford told the magazine. “It is what defines you. It is not only about clothes but is about the way that one handles oneself with other people. To treat people kindly, to look them in the eye, to shake their hand firmly and to try to always be proud of ones actions are key elements of style as far as I am concerned. With regards to clothes and dress I think that it is important to find out what you feel comfortable in and then to make that look your signature. Personal style, comes from consistency. Know yourself, know what you like and what you don’t like and then build a look around those likes and dislikes. Remain true to your own taste."

Remaining true to his own taste is Lambert, whose fans “turned out in droves to bedazzle him into second place.” Jacobs came in third.

Winning the title of worst dressed was singer Boy George, who nearly tied with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton. Bruce Vilanch came in third.