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British GQ Style

Issue 29

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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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast Publications Ltd
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gq style

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Dylan Jones EDITOR Luke Day CREATIVE DIRECTOR Paul Solomons SENIOR FASHION EDITOR Gary Armstrong FEATURES EDITOR Owen Myers DESIGNER Jane Hassanali SHOOT PRODUCTION Thea Heaton at KO Collective DEPUTY EDITOR & FASHION DIRECTOR Elgar Johnson MANAGING EDITOR George Chesterton PHOTOGRAPHIC DIRECTOR Robin Key FASHION ASSISTANT Kit Swann FASHION EDITOR Ben Schofield PRODUCTION EDITOR Kamin Mohammadi SPECIAL PROJECTS DIRECTOR Greg Krelenstein SUB EDITORS Cathy Levy Rebecca Hastings CONTRIBUTORS JESSIE LILY ADAMS / KEMI ALEMORU / LOUIE BANKS / LAURA MARIE CIEPLIK / LIZ COLLINS / JAMIESON COX / MICHAEL CRAGG / SHELLEY DURKAN ALEX FRANK / SASHA GEFFEN / ANTON GOTTLOB / SHARIF HAMZA / PAUL ISAAC / SUN LEE / DANIELLE LEVITT / CHRIS MANDLE / QUENTIN MCQUEEN JAMIE MORGAN / FERRY VAN DER NAT / AFFA OSMAN / KOSMAS PAVLOS / CAITLIN PROSSER / ARCIN SAGDIC / EWEN SPENCER / PHILIPPE VOGELENZANG HEAD OF ADVERTISING AND EVENTS Vikki Theo PUBLISHING DIRECTOR Nick Sargent FASHION MANAGER Roya Farrokhian ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Advertising and Digital Director Hannah O’Reilly / Account Director…

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the contributors

Louie Banks Photographer When I was asked to shoot Orville Peck, all I knew was that he was an anonymous artist with great music and style, and I was dying to see the man behind the mask. When he showed up, it turned out he was an old friend of mine who I hadn’t seen for about three years, around the same time Orville has existed… Shan’t say who, though, that would be telling. Danielle Levitt Photographer I totally get why Maluma is a huge pop star; such charisma and charm fill up wherever he is. He was the perfect subject, loved the styling and gave us all of his attention. He was gracious, kind and posed for photos with adoring fans. Two moments I cherished most? When he danced salsa and when he sang…

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the editor’s letter

For me, a need for spiritual guidance has felt ever more acute in our current uncertain climate. It was inevitable that this issue of GQ Style would feel touched by a spectral influence, whether it be astrology (Horoscopes p.125), or bringing the seven colours that define different spiritual energy points in the human body to life through fashion (Chakra p.168) For this issue, three totemic words seemed to conjure themselves up – unapologetic, uninhibited and undressed – to describe some of the trailblazing creatives within this issue. There’s Mahmood, the Italian-Egyptian Eurovision alumnus who is unapologetic in his desire to represent a new, diverse Italy (p.184). Maluma is the uninhibited Colombian superstar whose refusal to change his Spanish-language lyrics – or red-hot raunchiness – has led him to create a new…

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trends

Exotic skins The evening jacket gets a reptilian overhaul this season. A patina of python provides elegant armour to glide through any cocktail soirée — scale up and shine on. Satin and diamonds All apologies to Marilyn Monroe, but diamonds are a guy’s best friend. A button-up? So yesterday. Bow ties? Forget it! Pair your formal suit with Chopard’s finest for a truly dazzling party season moment. Louche luxe Classic doesn’t have to mean boring. Armani’s slouchy silhouette gives a modern update to 1940s-leaning formalwear — ditch the bow tie and add clumpy shoes for a right-now twist. It’s a cinch It’s a sin to hide a well-proportioned waist beneath a baggy dinner jacket. Strike a bold silhouette with Michael Kors’ safari-inspired formalwear with a devilish dose of Studio 54 flair. Leather bound Leave it to Hedi Slimane to…

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dark fantasies

Danielle Levitt takes her Rick Owens dedication to a level that fashion’s dark prince himself could scarcely have dreamed of. ‘I got married in a Rick Owens dress!’ the Los Angeles-based photographer says with a laugh. ‘His clothing is very wearable, I mean, I’m 5’4” and when I wear it, I feel like a 6ft glamazon.’ An honorary member of the Owens clan since 2013, Levitt has documented every one of his runway shows since SS14’s earth-quaking, hair-flipping, step-dancer-focused ‘Vicious’ show. This autumn, their long collaboration is immortalised in Rizzoli’s new book Rick Owens, all photographed by Danielle Levitt, which showcases Owens’ most indelible and convention-defying looks from the last decade. Inside the tome, revisit the priestly draped layers of SS17’s ‘Sinclair’ collection, the enigmatic aliens-gone-raving of SS19’s ‘Babel’ and SS16’s…

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watches

Rado A flash of emerald green is the modern way to add a touch of opulence to any outfit. The jewel-toned dial on this Rado watch with its contrasting brown leather strap makes it a versatile day-to-night piece Rolex Photography Sun Lee Styling Ben Schofield Pulling your phone out in a low-lit cocktail bar to check the time is the ultimate mood killer. Rolex’s uber-modern Sea-Dweller style features a slick black dial and subtle luminescent materials — perfect for clandestine nocturnal adventures. Hublot Photography Sun Lee Styling Ben Schofield Fall into autumn with effortless ensembles in classic neutrals. Don this Hublot watch which blends seamlessly with biscuit and charcoal tones. Pair it with your favourite coat for easy style Tissot Photography Sun Lee Styling Ben Schofield Reminiscent of a clear night sky, the inky blue dial and gleaming silver bracelet…

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