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British GQ Style

Issue 28

Published twice a year, GQ Style is the authority on men’s fashion, offering a comprehensive overview of the current fashion season. With the most experienced men’s fashion team ever assembled, GQ Style delivers the latest on fashion, style and all notions of “cool”. A magazine for aficionados and enthusiasts alike, it is cosmopolitan, individual and unique. Frankly, if it isn’t GQ Style, then you don’t need to bother about it. GQ Style will guide you safely through any style and fashion pitfalls that might befall you. Write in with your style conundrums and GQ Style’s Style Shrink will make all your worries go away. Learn who’s hot and who’s not with the most stylish man of the moment awards, and learn why – so you can emulate the sharpest looking of them, and avoid those foolish fashion faux pas.

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the contributors

MAXWELL WILLIAMS Writer For this issue, I drank a margarita while interviewing Cody Fern in a hotel lobby. He drank tea. Journalists don’t mind drinking alone. EVE BARLOW Writer I met Evan Peters at the classic Hollywood haunt Little Dom’s for an afternoon coffee and a deep and meaningful… DEXTER LANDER Photographer Me and Charles Jeffrey created a Buster Keaton-inspired romantic romp through a snowy Paris. A menage á trois of love, rivalry and all out buffoonery! SHARIF HAMZA Photographer I shot a story with fashion director Elgar Johnson, with a diverse cast of British faces that make me feel nostalgic towards my teenage upbringing in London. Each one of these boys looks like a mate of mine from secondary school. CEDRIC BUCHET Photographer We shot Cody Fern on the streets of LA under the rain… It was amazing working with Cody, he’s so…

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editor’s letter

Back then, I didn’t know what a fashion editor was, let alone that I could be one. But my two-mile walk to school every morning led me to the newsagent, where I bought my first Vogue magazine. (August 1991, Linda Evangelista in gold Michael Kors. Major.) Soon after I realised that my dream of editing a magazine was something I could aspire to for real. That era will always have a cherished place in my heart. It seems like I’m not the only one. The late Eighties and early Nineties still exert a firm grip on the cultural imagination. Last year, I revisited my formative years in the form of my after-hours Gogglebox alter ego, guzzling down two of the best TV shows of 2018, Pose and The Assassination of Gianni…

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keep it lit

Stone Island knows that ever-changing spring temperatures can make for tricky dressing. Unfazed, the iconic Italian brand is embracing that flux with its cunning new jacket/vest, featuring sleeves that zip off to leave a smart gilet – and the clever heat-reactive fabric changes colour along with the temperature from frosty white to balmy royal blue and fiery red. It’ll keep your Instagram Stories lit till autumn. Men At Work Banish all thoughts of builders’ bums – workwear doesn’t have to be sloppy. Put a slim-fit spin on utility staples with 66°North’s Tangi pants, which come in cobalt blue or black nylon, and are positively peppered with pockets. Plus, the reflective strips mean that your mates will never lose you in the bar. Shine on. All the detail Streetwear has rarely felt as intricate as…

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future forward

AW19 sees the release of Fila Fjeld, the latest in a line of experimental projects with sportswear powerhouse Fila. After being approached by Fila to create a new line, Elgar Johnson, deputy editor and fashion director of British GQ Style, brought designer Astrid Andersen on board on the project, with both serving as creative directors. The idea was to show an example of where the streetwear market is moving, using both their personal influences. ‘The world of streetwear is evolving at such a fast pace,’ says Elgar. ‘With this project Fila provided a platform for us to collect our thoughts and suggestions as to what happens next. It’s an exciting time as there’s no right or wrong option at this point.’ The Fila Fjeld collection will be available in August…

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crystal rasmussen

Acclaimed erotic author and Nobel Literature Prize winner (in the making) Crystal Rasmussen is the alter ego of journalist Tom Rasmussen. ‘Wealthy’ is how she’d describe herself in one word. At odds with Tom, who actually grew up far from London in Lancaster, Crystal has become the space where everything Tom dreamed of as a child is now a glorious reality. ‘Like these Philipp Plein boots, for example,’ Crystal drawls as she sips from a frothing flute of Cristal Champagne, a business empire of which she claims to own 51 per cent. ‘This book is actually my most personal work yet,’ the ageing ingénue reveals about her newest publishing sensation, Diary of a Drag Queen. ‘It’s really about queerness, about class, about finding your way as a young, scared person…

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the poolside hustler