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GQ Australia

May / June 2019

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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Australia
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English
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News Life Media Pty Limited
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the editor’s letter

This month marks an interesting personal milestone. I realised I have now been alive without my father around for longer than I was with him. Aside from the odd pang of surprise nostalgia, I made my peace with his passing years ago. He remains a memory, made fonder by my son being born on his birthday. As I pondered this thought on deadline, politely chased by my team to file this letter, something struck me for the first time: I don’t know how this has shaped who I am – as a man, as a father, as an editor of this distinguished men’s lifestyle magazine. I know who I’ve become, how I’ve dealt with this loss, but I’ve never considered who I might have been, had I had a paternal influence…

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gq australia

CONDÉ NAST INTERNATIONAL Chairman and Chief Executive Jonathan Newhouse President Wolfgang Blau CONDÉ NAST USA President and Chief Executive Officer Robert A. Sauerberg, Jr. Artistic Director Anna Wintour EDITOR MIKE CHRISTENSEN DEPUTY EDITOR JAKE MILLAR ART DIRECTOR SARAH HUGHES CHIEF SUB-EDITOR CHRISTOPHER RILEY STAFF WRITER AMY CAMPBELL CONTRIBUTING EDITOR DAVID SMIEDT FASHION ASSISTANT HARRIET CRAWFORD CREATIVE DIRECTOR JILLIAN DAVISON DIGITAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR JULIA FRANK ONLINE NEWS EDITOR NIKOLINA ILIC ONLINE CONTENT PRODUCER BRAD NASH SENIOR PRODUCER LAUREN BARGE ASSOCIATE EDITOR RICHARD CLUNE CONTRIBUTORS Issy Beech, Rebecca Burrell, Jess Campbell, Andrew Chesterton, Petta Chua, Jess Gleeson, Kevin Hunter, Allie Jones, Maciej Kucia, Philip Le Masurier, Jack Phillips, Grant Pearce, Dan Rookwood, Carter Smith, Hugh Stewart, Jake Terrey, Bryce Thomas, Andrew T Vottero, Zara Wong. INTERNS Joseph Fenaughty, Nicole Iliagoueva, Steve Kavakos. NATIONAL SALES & STRATEGY DIRECTOR, STYLE Nicole Waudby 02 8045 4661 HEAD OF BRAND STRATEGY, STYLE Merryn Dhami 02 9288 1090 HEAD OF DIGITAL COMMERCIAL…

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contributors

ANDREW T VOTTERO STYLIST What was Liam Hemsworth like to style? Liam was fantastic to work with. He’s super easy-going and looks great in clothes. He was also pretty fearless – I loved that he was cool with the pattern-mixing and colours I put forth; not everyone is that trusting. What are some of your favourite pieces from the shoot? I really loved the Louis Vuitton ‘Yellow Brick Road’ sweater that he’s wearing on the cover as well as the Off-White impressionist track shorts. You’re also Jeff Goldblum’s personal stylist. What’s the key to standing out? It’s always about confidence and being true to yourself. And having a tailor to make sure things fit. And the key to nailing red carpet style? Doing the red carpet is easier for men than for women. Just get…

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gq online

Met your match Think of it as the fashion world’s Super Bowl where celebrities, in accordance with each year’s theme, try desperately to out-dress each other. Check out the best and most adventurous men’s Met Gala style at GQ.com.au. FASHIONABLY FIT Following last issue’s feature on Australia’s 50 Greatest Living Athletes, we’ll be taking a microscope to the world of Aussie sports stars to find the most stylish. And no, we’re not talking Shane Warne’s frosted tips circa ’95. GENTLEMEN’S BALL GQ’s Gentlemen’s Ball is back on June 6 to celebrate the next generation of Aussie men who are making the world a better place. Read our interviews with key speakers for your biggest dose of #MondayMotivation yet. HEALTH CHECK To mark Men’s Health Week, we’ll be challenging and debating key issues in men’s health - including…

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directory

NEGRONI WEEK The Italian aperitif is one hell of a drink, especially in the cooler parts of the year. So we’ve searched Australia-wide to find the best bars where you should be celebrating Negroni Week come June 24. SUSTAINABLE STYLE To help you better understand the efforts of eco fashion, we’re shining a light on the brands endeavouring to impact change in the industry, as well as the best places to shop for new sustainable garms. RAP SNACKS Biggie Smalls Kebabs, Big Poppa’s, The Carter (pictured) – Australia has no shortage of hip-hop themed restaurants. But are they a gimmick or do they have the menu to back it up? We head to the ‘burbs to find out.…

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dan rookwood on sport’s new frontier

The tipping point was July 10, 1999, The Rose Bowl, Los Angeles. When Brandi Chastain famously ripped off her shirt to bare her sports bra after scoring the penalty that won the World Cup for the host nation in front of 90,185 fans and a global TV audience of millions, it changed the game in the US. Soccer took off as a women’s sport. That moment – that unforgettably iconic image – inspired a generation. Twenty years on, there is a growing sense that the World Cup in France this June could truly light the torch for the game on a global scale. And the Matildas, currently ranked sixth (36 places higher than the Socceroos’ world ranking) and led by the inspirational Sam Kerr, have a genuine shot of winning it. Let’s…

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