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GQ Australia

GQ Australia

January/February 2020

GQ is the essential style guide for modern men, from grooming tips to fashion details, seductive menus to great travel ideas and the latest bars in which to drink and be seen. GQ Australia is a provocative mix of the very best writing, strong visuals and an unrivalled sense of achievement, intelligence and irreverence, the ultimate urban men's tip-sheet. It's the pinnacle of the premium men's lifestyle magazine market and covers style, culture, entertainment, tech, health, sport, luxury and life.

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English
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News Life Media Pty Limited
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6 Issues

In this issue

2 min.
editor’s letter

Positivity is underrated. So is being kind to one another. 2019 could well go down in history as one of the darkest (and perhaps also the silliest) years on record. So as we embark on a New Year – indeed, a new decade – it’s more important than ever to act as we wish to go forward. As well as embracing positive vibes for the future and being generous in spirit, we wanted to begin 2020 with a special issue dedicated to the sounds of summer. After all, there is no better time of year than the Aussie summer, and I don’t know about you but nothing raises the spirit or heals the soul better than music. I’m stoked to have Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker on our cover this issue. Without…

3 min.
contributors

James Tolich PHOTOGRAPHER How was Dominic Fike to shoot? He was a total dream. He has a graceful presence in front of the camera; a true angel. He was engaged and connected with the creative concept which always makes for more powerful portraits. What’s your favourite shot? The one shot from above with him holding a flower. It reminds me of TV Hits magazine! Are you familiar with his music and story? I’m not. I just want to shoot people as people. I never research them and don’t really need to know what they do – this is how you capture someone’s essence and what I believe true portraiture is about. Is this the most flowers you’ve ever had on set? Hundred per cent. Hattie was amazing. I loved working with her. You seem to always be on the move…

2 min.
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CONDÉ NAST CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Roger Lynch IN THE USA ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Anna Wintour INTERNATIONAL GLOBAL CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER AND PRESIDENT, INTERNATIONAL Wolfgang Blau CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD of Directors Jonathan Newhouse EDITOR MIKE CHRISTENSEN DEPUTY EDITOR JAKE MILLAR ART DIRECTOR DIJANA MADDISON SENIOR EDITOR CHRISTOPHER RILEY STYLE & CULTURE WRITER AMY CAMPBELL CONTRIBUTING EDITOR DAVID SMIEDT SENIOR PRODUCER LAUREN BARGE FASHION DIRECTOR PETTA CHUA FASHION ASSISTANT HARRIET CRAWFORD DIGITAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR JULIA FRANK DIGITAL EDITOR NIKOLINA ILIC ONLINE CONTENT PRODUCER BRAD NASH PRODUCER EMMA PROUDFOOT CONTRIBUTORS Louie Banks, Jess Campbell, Luke Day, Jeremy Drake, Noelle Faulkner, Angus Fontaine, Tierney Gearon, Joshua Hammer, Hattie Malloy, Caroline McCloskey, Jake Terrey, Jon Tietz, James Tolich, James J Robinson, Dan Rookwood, Michael Schmelling, Sonny Vandevelde, Alison Veness, Edward Urrutia, Corey Wilson, Steff Yotka. INTERNS Ewan Bell, Charlie Calver, Amanda Chadwick, Isobel Coady-Jiear, Jamie Heal, Darren Kennedy, Fred Rahi, Monica Tjandra, Mackenzie Sinclair, Jordon Ngo. NATIONAL SALES &…

1 min.
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MENSWEAR MOMENT A new year means a new season on the men’s fashion calendar. And with AW20 looking to be a wild one, we’ve got our street-style photographers ready to capture all the can’tmiss fits, from just-dropped streetwear to superb tailoring – plus all the new digs from your favourite designers. AUSTRALIAN OPEN As we count down to the (often questionable) Australian Open style moves, we give you the low-down on one of this country’s biggest sporting events, match by match. SUMMER STYLE Now that it’s hot enough to break out your shorts, tees and printed shirts, it’s time to bolster your weekend wardrobe without breaking the bank. And, yes, we’re here to help. AWARD SEASON If it’s not enough to have the Golden Globes roll out the red carpet in the first week of 2020, the…

4 min.
dan rookwood decides it’s time to have ‘the snip’

How’s this for a stat? One in four men in Australia over 40 have had their torpedo decommissioned, aka The Snip, aka a vasectomy. That’s the second-highest vasectomy rate in the world, after New Zealand. But I never thought it’d be necessary for me to down tools. Y’see, my wife and I were told we probably couldn’t conceive in the usual way. Having tried for five years without success, we ended up having our twin girls via IVF. It therefore came as quite the surprise to discover that we were expecting number three, a little boy. I’ll admit my first reaction was a celebratory fist-pump that actually my cock and balls work just fine after all thankyouverymuch . But then the realisation set in: three kids. Three. Kids. Our doctor recommended…

5 min.
orville peck

Orville Peck is tired of being asked about the mask. He doesn’t say that, exactly – he’s far too gracious and nice – but his shift of tone gives the game away. We don’t blame him, either. From The New York Times to Gay Times to country music mag The Rodeo , Peck has been quizzed, endlessly, about the meaning of his famous disguise. “The only reason I don’t talk about it in depth is not because I want to dodge any questions, but because I want people to have their own take on it,” he says. “I don’t want to lay it out and pin it down. I just don’t think that’s important.” We leave it at that. It’s difficult to talk about the rise and rise of Orville Peck without…