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British GQ July 2017

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5 min.
by royal appointment

The process started, naturally enough, at Buckingham Palace. On Friday 24 March, I turned up at the designated time at SW1 1AA – invited along with the former Evening Standard editor Sarah Sands (now editor of the Today programme), BBC news supremo James Harding, and a smattering of other journalists – to watch Prince Harry unveil a series of short films produced for the campaign he supports with his brother William and sister-in-law Kate, Heads Together. The films included the likes of Professor Green, Andrew Flintoff, Adwoa Aboah and Alastair Campbell discussing their problems with mental health, adding support to a campaign that aims to change the national conversation on mental health and wellbeing, a partnership with various independent charities with decades of experience in tackling stigma, raising awareness, and…

1 min.
this month on gq.co.uk

London Fashion Week Men’s: the best new style We’ll have all the latest looks from the catwalks of London Fashion Week Men’s, the best street-style snaps, plus analysis of all the new trends from 9-12 June. E3 2017: the best new video games Join our GQ.co.uk games correspondent Sam White for live coverage from Los Angeles of all the latest blockbuster releases at the world’s premier games trade show. Hay Festival: the best new books Join us for news coverage of the biggest event in the literary world and see all the photographs from GQ’s Soho House party at Cabalva Farm with Land Rover. Alastair Campbell interviews Miriam González Durántez See the full hour-long conversation between our hard-hitting interrogator Alastair Campbell and expert EU lawyer (and Nick Clegg’s wife), Miriam González Durántez. Facebook Live with Alastair Humphreys Adventurer, author…

2 min.

Arthur BELEBEAU Who knew a virtual reality headset could look so good with a suit? In this month’s fashion feature, “Amazing Reality”, photographer Arthur Belebeau shot models wearing this season’s hottest trend: monochrome suits, from Hugo Boss to Canali. “My initial inspiration was the video from Norwegian synth-pop band A-ha’s song ‘Take On Me’,” says Belebeau, “where the real world meets fantasy.” Charlie BURTON Virgin Galactic is the world’s first commercial spaceline, with plans to fly Richard Branson to the stars by 2019. “What surprised me were the customers,” says GQ Senior Commissioning Editor Charlie Burton, who has written about it this month. “Tickets cost $250,000, so you’d assume buyers are extremely wealthy, but that’s not the case.” Alex HANNAFORD Tomi Lahren is a young alt-right internet personality famed for vitriolic rants against everyone from…

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generation #self-drive

We have been pursuing the vision of accident-free driving for some time, and we are now making big, big steps towards the realisation of that. When it comes to autonomous cars, we have to be the first, we cannot be a fast follower.” Daimler AG’s chairman and CEO Dr Dieter Zetsche is a busy man, but he made sure he was around to personally talk up the latest Mercedes E-Class, the company’s “uppermedium” saloon, during its launch. Heading the list of eye-catching new technologies is Drive Pilot, which uses a stereo camera, radar sensors and a laptop-sized box of tricks hidden in the rear wing to drive the car autonomously. It can accelerate, brake, change lane and come to a complete halt without any input from the wobbly human behind the…

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alexandra daddario

THIS month’s big-screen Baywatch reboot is a comic reimagining of the series that introduced a generation to slow-mo. But it shares, well, certain aesthetic qualities with the original. “That’s part of the humour of Baywatch: everybody’s sort of supernaturally good-looking, and they take their jobs very, very seriously,” says Alexandra Daddario, who plays Summer Quinn. “We took a lot of comedy from that.” The 31-year-old’s improv impressed so much in auditions that they wrote her lines into the script. “If you can make people laugh,” she says, “they’ll love you forever.” This year, prepare to see plenty more of Daddario’s funny side: first with Kate Upton in The Layover, followed by When We First Met this autumn. Oh, and if Baywatch’s #fitspo bodies leave you feel feeling a little beach…

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good grief

GQ INTEL carner grew up listening to nas on repeat. having released his debut ep in 2014, carner supported his hero at london’s 02 arena in 2016. LOYLE Carner (real name: Benjamin Coyle-Larner) isn’t about the women, violence or money. Instead, the 22-year-old prefers a more introspective mode of hip hop, spinning slow, confessional narratives over jazzy, boom-bap beats. “I have ADHD,” says Carner, “so I’m more emotional than most.” It’s found him a niche – and quite an audience. He has supported Nas and Kate Tempest, won rapturous reviews for his album, Yesterday’s Gone (left, out now), and is on a seven-month tour of Australia, the US and the UK. Carner wanted to be an actor, but quit drama school and moved home to Croydon to support his mother and brother in…