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GQ

August 2019

GQ is the authority on men and is the premier men's magazine. With its unique and powerful design, the best photographers, and a well of award-winning writers, GQ reaches millions each month. Get GQ digital magazine subscription today for the best in men's fashion and style, beautiful women and culture, news and politics.

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contributor

Kudacki, who photographed August cover star Odell Beckham Jr., is no stranger to GQ cover shoots, having also captured Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner (among others). She’s from Argentina, where soccer reigns supreme, but was already quite familiar with Beckham Jr. “He’s a big star with an amazing sense of style,” she says. “And The Catch [against the Cowboys] was pretty epic.” Office Grails On the Cover Photograph by Paola Kudacki. Styled by Mobolaji Dawodu. Coat, $13,000, by Bottega Veneta. Turtleneck, $1,590, by Tom Ford. Earring, his own. Hair by Art Pique. Grooming by Hee Soo Kwon for Dior Beauty. Produced by Portfolio One. COURTESY OF PAOLA KUDACKI; MATT MARTIN (2); KRISTA SCHLUETER…

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my mom lets me dress myself

FOR YEARS I DRESSED in all black. Black Levi’s 511s, a black Gildan T-shirt, and a black trucker jacket. The occasional black suit. The formula never failed me, and that was the point: When you wear a uniform, you never make mistakes. But in recent years, as men’s fashion became more dynamic, more expressive, more fun, I started to feel left out. So I started allowing myself to buy colorful clothes again. I started tie-dyeing again. I started wearing pink again. First on weekends, to the coffee shop or the bodega. Then everywhere, even to the office of GQ, where every day is like a fit-battle death match. It felt good to get back in the scrum. Before too long I regained my confidence. And while I know most people who love…

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Editor in Chief Will Welch EXECUTIVE DESIGN DIRECTOR Robert Vargas DIRECTOR OF EDITORIAL OPERATIONS Sarah Schmidt VISUALS DIRECTOR Roxanne Behr FASHION DIRECTOR Mobolaji Dawodu DIGITAL DIRECTOR Jonathan Wilde ARTICLES EDITOR Geoffrey Gagnon FEATURES EDITOR Daniel Riley ENTERTAINMENT DIRECTOR Dana Mathews SPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR Mark Anthony Green STYLE EDITOR Noah Johnson SITE EDITOR Chris Gayomali SENIOR STAFF WRITER Zach Baron SENIOR EDITOR Sam Schube DEPUTY MANAGING EDITOR Codie Steensma CULTURE EDITOR Mari Uyehara ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Eugene Shevertalov SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Benjy Hansen-Bundy STAFF WRITERS Clay Skipper, Rachel Tashjian, Jay Willis, Cam Wolf ASSOCIATE EDITORS Brennan Carley, Samuel Hine ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR IN CHIEF Colin Groundwater EDITORIAL BUSINESS ASSISTANT Danielle Cohen EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Alex Shultz Fashion DEPUTY FASHION DIRECTOR Matt Sebra SENIOR FASHION EDITOR Jon Tietz SENIOR FASHION MARKET EDITOR Taryn Bensky ASSOCIATE FASHION MARKET EDITOR Miles Pope FASHION ASSISTANT Haley Gilbreath Audience Development DIRECTOR, AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT Joel Pavelski SENIOR MANAGER, SOCIAL MEDIA Luke Leifeste MANAGER, NEWSLETTER STRATEGY Stephanie Talmadge ASSOCIATE MANAGER, SOCIAL MEDIA Nicole Bae Commerce COMMERCE EDITOR Martin Mulkeen CONTENT PROJECT MANAGER, BEST STUFF BOX Megan Gustashaw COMMERCE WRITER Daniel Varghese Visuals BOOKINGS DIRECTOR Victoria Graham SENIOR VISUALS EDITOR Matt Martin VISUALS EDITORS Jennifer Aborn, Andie Diemer, Jared Schwartz BOOKINGS ASSISTANT Stephanie Hurtado Video VICE PRESIDENT, VIDEO Eric Leffler SUPERVISING VIDEO PRODUCER James Pettigrew SENIOR VIDEO PRODUCER Noel Howard Art…

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Marni Banana Sock Boot Inspired by—no joke—Disney cartoons, Marni’s Francesco Risso finds the fantastical in well-worn menswear staples. Take the sneaker sock (or “snocker”): Risso’s new creation “evokes an amplified banana,” he says, proving that the freshest footwear can come from anywhere—even the grocery store. Nike x Off-White Zoom Terra Kiger 5 What do you do after you deconstruct Nike’s ten most iconic silhouettes? If you’re Virgil Abloh, you hit the track, pulling vibes from some of the world’s fastest runners—like Caster Semenya—for his next Off-White collab with the Swoosh. And sure, your pair will look cool on Instagram, but they’re built for more than that: Abloh wants you to train in them, too. Gucci Ultrapace When Alessandro Michele introduced heavy hiking boot–sneaker hybrids into the Gucci universe, he turned gorp-core into a full-scale fashion…

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will poulter’s big sommar

AT 26, WILL POULTER HAS blasted past the broad comedy and Y.A. fantasy of his earlier years to emerge an acting chameleon. He is utterly distinctive, all eyebrows, but has become so good he’s hard to recognize. If it seems like success came quickly, well, you weren’t Will Poulter at 12. “I always say I had an early-life crisis,” he explains with a glint, outside a photography studio on a rare sunny London day. “How much can you know at 12? But I was going, ‘Is school forever? What the fuck am I gonna do?!’” In drama class, at the Harrodian school in West London, he impersonated singer/TV host/onetime Beatles weed carrier Cilla Black. From there he auditioned for everything: sketch, musicals, pantomime. At 12 he scored the lead in Son of…

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jacques marie mage will make you look famous

JEROME MAGE STARTED with a bold idea to overthrow banal design in the eyewear industry: Make sunglasses as elegant as a Brancusi bronze, as tactile as a Noguchi stone, and as heavy as a monster truck. That’s what he did in 2015 when he established Jacques Marie Mage, his line of rarefied frames that both exaggerates and refines everything I love about high-quality glasses. “I have no other choice, right?” says Mage, a French expat now living in Los Angeles who spent two decades designing goggles and gear for snowboarding and motocross companies like Burton and Spy. “We tried to do the best: the best materials, the best packaging, the best stories.” He started by sourcing acetate that’s several millimeters thicker than anything used by other brands. My favorite JMM shades,…

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