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GQ India

July 2019

Look Sharp. Live Smart. Right now. Download the latest issue of GQ (India Edition) in full, featuring the best in Style, Cars, Gadgets, Babes and The Good Life. You’ll be able to enjoy all our in-depth articles and great photo shoots, instantly delivered in stunning high resolution.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Che Kurrien MANAGING EDITOR Maniza BharuchaART DIRECTOR Mihir ShahPHOTO DIRECTOR Gizelle CordoDEPUTY EDITOR Shikha SethiDEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Vivek SurveCULTURE EDITOR Nidhi GuptaSTYLE DIRECTOR Shivangi LolayekarSENIOR COPY EDITOR Vritti Rashi GoelASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Richa KhondeASSISTANT COPY EDITOR Janice FernandesFASHION STYLIST (LONDON) Ravneet ChannaFASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Megha MehtaFASHION ASSISTANTS Selman Fazil, Shaeroy ChinoyPHOTO ASSISTANT Nidhi MarwahSYNDICATIONS MANAGER Michelle PereiraSYNDICATIONS COORDINATOR Shobhana Parmar DIGITAL EDITOR Saurav BhanotASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR Shabdita PareekSENIOR DIGITAL WRITERS Aarthi Baliga, Radhika Agrawal DIGITAL WRITERS Abhishek Nair, Shikha TalwarASSISTANT SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Vrutika ShahSENIOR DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER Anita Dake ASSOCIATE PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Sunil NayakCOMMERCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Sudeep PawarPRODUCTION MANAGER Mangesh Pawar CONTRIBUTING EDITORS & PHOTOGRAPHERS Abhishek Bali, Abhishek Mande Bhot, Adil Hasan, Anish Trivedi, Anisha Rachel Oommen, Annie Zaidi, Arun Jaitapkar, Bikramjit Bose, Errikos Andreou, Jignesh Jhaveri, Karina Aggarwal, Kerry Harwin, Kishore Singh, Lindsay…

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eighties relived

Afew weeks ago, in a bolt from the blue, American GQ uploaded a glorious image of George Michael to its Instagram. It took about two minutes for the post to blow up, a spontaneous digital outburst steeped in nostalgia and childlike zeal. I double-tapped too, joining the virtual embrace of a childhood hero. For many us who came of age in the 1980s, George Michael was the gold standard: movie star looks and bad boy edge with the voice of an angel. Wham’s Make It Big was the first record I fell in love with. It was 1986, the year of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Top Gun and Chernobyl. I still had milk teeth. The next summer, I visited London for the first time. It was heady: punks awash in…

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a bizarre grooming experience?

PRAKASH AMRITRAJ WHO: LA-based actor, film producer and sports broadcaster who loves giving motivational speeches. Instagram & Twitter @prakashamritraj WHAT: “How to Ace Life”, page 140 THIS IS WHERE IT ALL STARTED: “I was visiting Wimbledon when I was nine years old. My father, Vijay Amritraj, who was competing, took me to the ‘A’ Locker Room (only the top players in the world are allowed here), and I found myself sitting in between Pete Sampras and Boris Becker. At that moment, I realised this was what I wanted to do.” “I got my hair cut by a random barber while covering Wimbledon for television, in Doha. Let’s just say he did not do a good job!” CAROLINE MCCLOSKEY WHO: Los Angeles-based writer who loves eating dinner at 5pm and reading books by Rachel Cusk. Twitter @sangfroid77 WHAT:…

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GQ 100 BEST-DRESSED PARTY WHERE: JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu There’s no better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a party. The 10th edition of GQ’s Best-Dressed People in India saw celebrities like Katrina Kaif, Karan Johar, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Anand Ahuja raise the style quotient on the red carpet alongside some of the country’s best-known designers, models, musicians and more. DJs Proof and Edwin STATS Houghton kept the dance floor packed through the night, and food and drinks flowed. The party reached its peak when international funny man Russell Peters made a surprise appearance. From the experimental to the classic, the night saw fashion at its best.…

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where serenity awaits

The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai has always enthralled the world by taking the best traditions of hospitality and combining them with contemporary amenities. And the newly renovated Jiva Spa, which was inaugurated last year at the city’s much-loved heritage hotel is no different. With a philosophy rooted in the country’s ancient healing wisdom and Ayurveda, it beckons you to celebrate its first anniversary with the unique Royal Spa Retreat package. While its organic design accented with contemporary flourishes ensconces with a calming vibe, its holistic rituals, administered at the deft hands of trained therapists, will rejuvenate your senses like never before. Jiva Spa’s Royal Spa Retreat package includes one hour-long Indian aromatherapy massage per day and a private consultation with the yoga guru in addition to round-the-clock butler services and a…

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bitten by the bug

Back in 1961, it took a while to find out how well a comicbook had sold. It could take half a year before a publisher knew just how many people had actually bought the blasted thing. Martin Goodman must’ve had a fairly early inkling, though — and he didn’t count fan mail, however enthusiastic Stan might be about it — that their new bimonthly comic was finding an audience. Because the company’s second new super hero title was put into production so soon that its debut came around the same time as the fourth issue of FF (as Stan affectionately nicknamed the comic), i.e., just six months after Fantastic Four No. 1. With the success of Fantastic Four, Goodman wanted more than one new super hero comic in 1962. He wanted several.…

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