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British GQ June 2019

GQ is the greatest magazine around, the men’s magazine with an IQ. Whether it’s fashion, sport, health, humour, politics or music, GQ covers it all with intelligence and imagination.

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It would be an understatement to say that we live in an increasingly complex world. These days, the professions in which we work have so many fluid parts that it often feels as if we’re in one big, continually mutating Venn diagram. We have become both the victims and beneficiaries of changes that are mostly out of our control – changes that are exacerbated by social media and by the way in which delivery systems have altered how many of us in the media and retail sectors do business. At the same time, we live in a world where traditional roles are changing all the time. Not only have concerns over mental health issues changed the way in which we view vulnerability, but traditional perceptions of access and education have shifted…

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this month on gq.co.uk

Who’s your hero? That’s the question we asked our GQ Heroes herein. Find out who they said on our YouTube page and tell us yours too. #GQHeroes Best menswear items under £250 Every Friday at 6pm, GQ Junior Fashion Editor Angelo Mitakos rounds up the best of the week. GQ Heroes See all the talks and BTS action from the event by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @britishgq. #GQHeroes London Fashion Week Men’s has arrived for the summer See all our coverage of the menswear event, from the best trends to first-class street style.…

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Sølve SUNDSBØ Photographer Sølve Sundsbø shot Game Of Thrones actress Gwendoline Christie for our GQ Heroes portfolio in the run-up to the programme’s climactic final series. “You quite often hear Gwendoline’s laughter before you see her,” says Sundsbø. “Her personality can fill a room. When so much around us is either cynical or sarcastic it’s almost hard to believe the enthusiasm and faith she puts in to what we do together.” Alex HANNAFORD GQ contributor Alex Hannaford cut through the noise to discover that the New York mafia’s five families remain in rude health. “I persuaded a man called Sal Romano to talk,” says Hannaford. “He had been the Gambino family’s guy on Wall Street. Then sources kept coming out of the woodwork. What Sal told me was true: ‘You gotta slap a…

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gq foreword got no game? be more imp

What made HBO’s Game Of Thrones the television event of our time – and George RR Martin our greatest living storyteller – were all those magical, mugged-at-midnight moments that make your jaw hit the floor. The red wedding. The fall of the wall. Cersei’s naked walk of atonement, shorn and stripped, jeered at by the drooling plebs of King’s Landing every excruciating step of the way. The torture of Theon Greyjoy. Hodor holding back a door against an army of undead. The wedding night of Ramsay Bolton and Sansa Stark. Ramsay being fed to his dogs. The battle of the bastards. Shireen being burned at the stake by her father, Stannis Baratheon. Molten gold being poured over the head of Daenerys Targaryen’s brother Prince Viserys in lieu of a crown. Arya…

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will arnett

THE GQ&A For the second series of Riviera, actor and comedian Will Arnett has taken a turn for the better – foregoing the misanthropic roles he’s known for on Arrested Development and BoJack Horseman and joining the cast to play a rare morally upstanding character. As the series returns to Sky Atlantic and Now TV on 23 May, Arnett took the GQ&A.. What would others consider to be your greatest virtue? My brilliant modesty. I think it’s a real shining light for people. What’s the strangest rumour you’ve ever heard about yourself? My dad asked me if it was true that I was roommates with Jake Gardiner, who plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs ice hockey team. I had actually started the rumour. I alluded to it on Twitter and then Jake played it up.…

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sky-gazing gets a style upgrade

Can’t quite pull together the few hundred thousand that it will soon cost to ride a tourist spaceship? The Stellina puts you up in the cosmos from the comfort of your terrace. Developed by French company Vaonis over three years, the sleek, award-winning telescope is set to do for stargazing what Apple did for music. It automatically adapts to weather and light conditions, identifies a star system and sends an image to your phone or tablet via a simple app. These images improve in real time as the telescope stacks and compiles multiple pictures. A smart in-app filter then allows the user to choose which celestial bodies to bring out of the photo, whether that’s clusters of white-gold stars, distant, smoky nebulas or the sallow, crater-pocked face of the moon.…