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GQ South Africa June 2019

GQ South Africa is the first and last word on men's style. With access to some of the world's top photographers and writers, GQ offers professional men content that is entertaining and enlightening. Whether it's fashion, tech, business, Hollywood or investigative journalism, GQ covers it all with intelligence and imagination.

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the leave-behind

‘IF YOU WANT TO BE MY FRIEND, you better come to my house with the same woman, always, as your partner. I don’t care what you do with whomever, but my house will not be used to cheat on your partner. It will also not be used to teach my daughter that we just swap women like outfits. Our sons can’t be doing the foolishness that we did, and our daughters can’t be the tools of said foolishness.’ Those are the words I came across on Facebook in March, written by Sakhile Gumede. They resonated with me as much as I hope they do with you – because as much as GQ explores all the things you know and love about the brand from a fashion and lifestyle perspective, “lifestyle” should…

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JUSTINE ALEXANDER GROOMING Justine began her hairstyling career with ghd in 2014, where she pursued her dream of working within the fashion industry as a session stylist. She’s since worked on numerous Mercedes-Benz Fashion Weeks and has now graced our editorial pages with her grooming expertise. JAMIE PILLAY SYNDICATION ASSISTANT With a diploma in hairdressing from College of Cape Town, Jamie has contributed to GQ since 2016 as the advertising liaison, and now in syndication. But her passion for hair hasn’t subsided, as she one day hopes to transition into a full-time editorial groomer.…

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the hit list

1 Big Little Lies Once a school scandal erupts and secrets unravel, things start to get more complicated and mysterious. Starts 10 June on Showmax 2 A Very English Scandal The miniseries tells the story of Jeremy Thorpe, a British politician who begins a whirlwind affair with a young stable hand, Norman Scott – in 1960s England, where homosexuality was illegal. Thorpe’s career is hugely promising – if Scott is silenced for good. Now on Showmax 3 Supa Modo With a 100% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and more than 50 awards to its name, this Kenyan superhero film follows Jo, a witty nine-year-old, terminally-ill girl who’s obsessed with Jackie Chan movies. Her only comfort is her dream of being a superhero – a dream her family, and the entire village of Maweni, think they can fulfil. Now…

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the beauty of blend

that than marathon runner Frank Shorter, who was beating the competition during the 1972 Olympics – until an imposter seemingly beat him to the finish line. After his false victory, the offender was apprehended, and Shorter rightfully took his spot on the podium. Now, adidas pays homage to the man who kept going with a Frank Shorter vs The Impostor collection, featuring the ZX500RM in bold gold and the I-5923 in royal blue. Blends make the world more interesting. Tullamore D.E.W. brings together three kinds of Irish whiskey for a blend that’s as wonderfully complex as you are. Learn more at…

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brawn, meet brains

• THERE’S A SLIGHTLY FUSSY MENSWEAR DICTUM THAT SUGGESTS THE LEATHER OF YOUR BELT MUST ALWAYS MATCH THAT OF YOUR SHOES. While here at GQ we tend to ignore such directives, preferring to make up our own rules, there is a certain wisdom in the madness: after all, a lime-green crocodile belt worn with a pair of burgundy cordovan shoes would look, well, terrible. What there’s no rule about, however, is what you should do when it comes to pairing your sneaker with your watch. Case in point, Dolce & Gabbana’s chunky new Super King sneakers and the label’s brand-new diamond-encrusted timepiece. Where one is a heavy-duty take on the ever-enduring chunky trend, the other is an ultra-expensive expression of the Italian brand’s expanding horological prowess. Worn together, however, both…