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GQ Australia Men of the Year 2016

GQ is the essential style guide for modern men, from grooming tips to fashion details, seductive menus to great travel ideas and the latest bars in which to drink and be seen. GQ Australia is a provocative mix of the very best writing, strong visuals and an unrivalled sense of achievement, intelligence and irreverence, the ultimate urban men's tip-sheet. It's the pinnacle of the premium men's lifestyle magazine market and covers style, culture, entertainment, tech, health, sport, luxury and life.

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Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
News Life Media Pty Limited
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

CHRIS HEMSWORTH Photography: Doug Inglish Styling: Brad Homes Grooming: Luca Vannella. Skin: Vincenzo Mastrantonio Shot at Picadilly House in Byron Bay NSW. 1. Cotton ‘Eddy’ T-shirt, $135, by Acne Studios; wool pants, $1400, by Dolce & Gabbana. 2. Wool/silk vest and wool/silk pants (part of three-piece tuxedo), $7130, and cotton shirt, $1250, all by Dolce & Gabbana; rings, Chris’ own.IGGY AZALEA Photography: Nino Muñoz Styling: Trevor Stones Hair: Iggy Rosales at Union Management using Oribe Make-up: Anthony Merante at FR8ME using Chanel Shot on location in LA. Organic cotton T-shirt, $69.95, by Guy Lab.JON HAMM Photography: Doug Inglish Styling: Trevor Stones Grooming: Kim Verbeck for La Mer at The Wall Group Shot on location in Hollywood Hills. Virgin wool tuxedo jacket, $4200, cotton shirt, $760, and silk bow tie, $200,…

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contributors

Cotton ‘Eddy’ T-shirt, $135, by Acne Studios; wool pants, $1400, by Dolce & Gabbana, calfskin leather shoes, $995, by Salvatore Ferragamo; ring, Chris’s own. Geoffrey (right) wears his own coat.JOSH BEGGS creative director“Being our 10 year, we really wanted 2016 to feel like a celebration. The event itself is always such a fantastic party, so we wanted that fun vibe to come across in our portraits. This year, we made a conscious effort to get out of the studio and on location, and we were lucky enough to enlist some of the best celebrity photographers in the world to help capture our winners enjoying their time in the spotlight.” MIKE CHRISTENSEN managing editor“After 18 months of emails, phone calls and meetings to wrangle the winners, seeing all the covers come…

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douginglish

(WORDS: JAKE MILLAR. PHOTOGRAPHY: DOUG INGLISH.)PHOTOGRAPHERLA-based Inglish handled two of our Men of the Year cover stories. First, he shot our outrageously stylish International Man of the Decade, Jon Hamm (p178), and was then kind enough to jet over to Byron Bay for a weekend, to capture GQ’s 2016 Man of the Year, Mr Chris Hemsworth (p128). SOUNDS LIKE YOU’VE BEEN A BUSY MAN. HOW DID IT ALL GO?There’s nothing like flying to the other side of the world for less than 48 hours. Fortunately, working with Chris Hemsworth was the icing on the cake. It made all the travel worth it.AND JON HAMM?It was my first time working with Jon and I’d heard through the grapevine that he was a pleasure to work with. It’s true.WAS IT NICE TO…

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gqaustralia.com. au

MEN OF THE YEAR Podium Perfect Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see every single acceptance speech, plus exclusive backstage interviews with all the winners. Red Carpet Recap GQ’s online MOTY hub is your one-stop shop for all the coverage you missed live on the night. From interviews to red carpet gossip and after-party photos – head to GQ.com.au for all the #MOTY coverage. CULTURE 2016 Trend Report Charting this year’s success stories – the collections that wowed, businesses that bounced and films that flourished – we look back at 2016’s big winners. FUTURE The GQ Forecast What’s going to happen in 2017? Here’s a peek into the cities, labels and influential people set to top the GQ agenda in the coming year. (PHOTOGRAPHY: GETTY IMAGES.) FASHION Christmas…

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feedback

Sitting here reading GQ,the morning of my wedding day – my suit is laid out, my shoes polished, I have selected the right watch, and I’ve written my speech. I think I’m ready. As I read your ‘25 Places to Eat Drink Travel Explore’ feature, I saw number 16 was Okinawa Islands, Japan. Just so happens that’s where we are headed for our honeymoon – wish me luck!BEN, VIA EMAIL(PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC RAY DAVIDSON.)Reading GQ the morning of your wedding? It’s enough to warm our cold, dead hearts. We’ve already locked in Chris Hemsworth as our Man of the Year, but we have to say you’re a close second, Ben. Joel looks incredible on the cover of@GQAustralia. Nice work guys.NICK, VIA TWITTER Really enjoyed your interview with Joel Edgerton. He’s…

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what doesn’t the internet know?

(ILLUSTRATION: GUY SHIELD.)“HUMAN KNOWLEDGE IS NOT MERELY A COLLECTION OF FACTS THAT A GOOGLE SEARCH CAN SPIT OUT.”At the risk of sounding like one of my parents, I remember when the internet happened. It was 1995. I was two weeks into my first year of university. The hangover from week one was starting to wear off, and I was getting acquainted with the library, when a librarian explained that my login wouldn’t just enable me to use a computer or search the library catalogue, I could send an email.“An email?” I asked, with a long, rising inflection that made very clear I didn’t know what it was, nor was I even sure I could find my way to the end of the word.“An email,” repeated the librarian with the breezy…

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