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OUT November 2018

Sexy, smart, and sophisticated, it inspires readers with captivating feature stories, striking fashion layouts, and lively entertainment reviews. Get OUT digital magazine subscription today to discover what's in. Each issue is filled with interviews, fashion, travel, celebrities and more for gay life today.

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Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Here Media
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contributors

ROYTEL MONTERO Roytel Montero bonded with Rickey Thompson over their coming-out stories while working on our cover story (pg. 68). “Unlike him, I made a pact with myself that I’d never come out formally,” he said. “Now, I’ve written an article in Out, and my adolescent heart is soaring with pride.” Montero has previously written about LGBTQ entrepreneurs and is currently developing an interview series. He also writes for Paper and Forbes. JOHN RUSSELL “I was taking stock of everything I knew about Queen, and a lot of that came from an episode of Behind the Music I could have sworn I watched,” says John Russell, who in this issue serves a crash course on the classic rock staple (pg. 85). “Turns out there never was an episode on Queen!” The writer’s work…

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Robyn’s Return Eight years is a long time for any musician to go without releasing new music. But when a global superstar like Robyn is the one coming back from an almost decade-long hiatus, the impatience of the music industry—and her throng of fans from around the world—can be overwhelming. For Out’s October cover story, the Swedish pop sensation opened up about the loss of a friend and how the fear of disappointing fans kept her away for so long. But it was those very fans who welcomed her back with open arms. While Billboard noted how Robyn “shines bright” in the pastel palette of our cover shoot, her Twitter fans were much more descriptive. “You look like a (pardon my words or don’t) lovely battle-ready bitch. Beautiful but ready to tear…

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the next real deal

“I was adamant that nothing could be in there that was titillating, or could be seen as being for the male gaze. It had to be entirely from her.” CLAIRE FOY IS SMACK in the middle of one of the most common movie climaxes: the mad dash to the airport. But instead of chasing the soulmate she nearly let slip away, the British-born actress is simply getting out of Tinseltown. It’s the day after the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, where Foy won Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her work on Season 2 of Netflix’s The Crown. She’s calling from a car, and she’s deeply apologetic—for the turn-signal sounds, the chatter of her team, and even her acceptance speech. “It was a disaster!” says Foy, who hours before seemed…

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the agenda

1. Boy George’s New Life The Culture Club frontman is back, but not looking back. In 1984, Boy George was a true sensation: With a face slashed with mascara, neon eyeshadow, and somehow even brighter lipstick, he brought gender fluidity to MTV and the Billboard charts a decade before the term even existed. As the leader of Culture Club, he essayed universal yearning and pop perfection with “Karma Chameleon” and “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?” Nearly 20 years after they disbanded, the group is back with their new album, Life, which brings messages of love and a warning about resting bitch face. MICHAEL MARTIN What did you want to accomplish with this album? New music! That was the bottom line. I didn’t want to be out there doing nostalgia. I mean, nostalgia…

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purse first

History has had alternating feelings when it comes to men and their bags. Guys have carried some form of them since the dawn of civilization (even cavemen had purses), but once pockets came into vogue during the Industrial Revolution, small satchels to hold belongings became girls-only accessories. This perception stretched into modern times, but now, designers are rewriting the rules—again. There are days when a messenger bag or briefcase is simply too much, and others when our devices (not to mention chargers) outgrow the size of what we can fit in our pants. Brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton are here to help with fresh new offerings, and they aren’t the knapsacks of five years ago or the repurposed totes you’ve been using for convenience. These are decisive, fashionable options,…

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weather worn

Harsh weather is no excuse for dismal dressing—it’s an opportunity to get wrapped up in a wealth of fashionable options. Face the season’s elements with pieces that’ll keep you covered without compromising your style. It’s not every day you get to wear an umbrella as a chic hat, but Fendi has dreamed it to life, making your go-to handheld irrelevant in the next torrential downpour. Need to protect your fur? Coach has hot new overcoats for that, as does Z Zegna, a brand whose down-filled ski suit comes complete with hood, gloves, and insulated boots to combat the ice. As for those inevitable, gusting winds? Fend them off while casting a billowing silhouette with an oversized windbreaker poncho from Versace. Don’t let the forecast scare you away from facing the…

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