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GQ December 2016

GQ is the authority on men and is the premier men's magazine. With its unique and powerful design, the best photographers, and a well of award-winning writers, GQ reaches millions each month. Get GQ digital magazine subscription today for the best in men's fashion and style, beautiful women and culture, news and politics.

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the marriage bas

•2016 MARKED the first calendar year in which marriage equality has been the law of the land. So quickly has the idea been embraced, so wildly uncontroversial has it become that we almost have to remind ourselves: Last year’s Supreme Court decision allowing it was epic, heroic, a rare crying-in-the-streets moment. Unless you’re a homophobic baker upset about the fabulous cakes you have to bake for gay couples, I think we can all agree: It has made us a kinder, better nation. But now that we can all marry ourselves, I keep wondering when we’re going to have the larger discussion, the one we’ve been putting off. The one about marriage itself. Because it’s been here the whole time, sitting like a veiled elephant in the room. This country is way too…

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gqhq

Readers’ Choice Awards Edition Every year we pour ourselves some fine bourbon, loosen our smoking jackets, tally up our page views, and revel in the year’s most popular mic drops. Your Favorite… …Long-form A Positive Life Justin Heckert told the story of Badger, a man who’d been infected with HIV as a child—by his father. Even the Internet’s trolliest trolls were moved. “Since I’ve forgiven him, that’s all I can do. Just live my life and show him what I’m made of.” —BADGER, ON THE MAN WHO INFECTED HIM WITH HIV 25 YEARS AGO BEST of the BEST The 2016 editions of the “Best American” series nodded to GQ stories in several anthologies. THE BEST AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITING MITCH MOXLEY “The Reddest Carpet,” March THE BEST AMERICAN SPORTS WRITING DEVIN FRIEDMAN “J. R. Smith Is Always Open,” January BUCKY McMAHON…

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best stuff of the year 2016

THE SHARPEST WAY TO SHAVE The weight and balance of Hone’s Type 15, a Dutch-born hunk of solid textured brass, make the safety-razor shave safer (and more stylish) than ever. $140 | honeshaving.com SWITCH TO A WHOLE NEW FREQUENCY Even high-end headphones sound low-end when you’re plugging them directly into a computer—or even worse, a phone. JDS Labs’ The Element amp/digital-to-audio converter enriches your sound without requiring audiophile expertise: There’s only one knob. Pair it with the Focal ELEAR headphones, so clear and comfortable you’ll re-listen to your favorite songs to hear all the sounds you’ve been cheated out of. The Element | $349 jdslabs.com | ELEAR $1,000 | focal.com LOAD A LOWER-KEY PIPE We don’t get why head shops are still stocked with twisty, swirly paraphernalia that seems inspired by a trippy experience a glassblower had…

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call it the neck tie of winter

HAIR: BARRY WHITE AT BARRYWHITEMENSGROOMING.COM. GROOMING: KUMI CRAIG USING CLARINS MEN.ON GUYS , CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LE FT, 1. S UNGLASSES: TOM FORD. BRACELET: GILES & BROTHER. 2. DOG-TAG NECKLACE: DEGS & SAL. NAVY BRACELET: DEL TORO. WATCH : NIXON. 3. UMBRELLA: BURBERRY. WATCH: SHINOLA. 4. BELT: DS Q UA RED 2. 5. BRIEFCASE : LOUIS VUITTON . GLASSES: HISOWN 6 .BACK PACK: N EIL BARRETT. BELT: TRASH AND VAUDE VILLE.…

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the style guy

I just bought my first pair of nice shoes. But now I’m afraid to scuff them, so I mostly keep them in the closet. Is it silly to save them for special occasions? This speaks to a bigger issue: Do I wear my good shit, or do I save it because it’s good? It’s the Sneakerhead’s Dilemma, and it’s confounded philosophers for decades. There really isn’t a right or wrong answer, just di≠erent outlooks. Here’s mine: Wear them as much as possible. Nice shoes especially. They can take a beating without falling apart and more often than not look better with a few war wounds. And the more you wear something, the less the price tag hurts. Those $800 boots seem a lot less expensive when you wear them four times…

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introducing the man you’ve been listening to all year

You may recognize him at this point—the jaunty bandanna, those Japanimation eyes. At least you know his music. Metro Boomin (real name Leland Wayne) has produced basically all of hiphop’s most vital artists: Nicki Minaj, Drake, Kanye, Gucci Mane. He’s the primary collaborator with the twin poles of Atlanta ego, Young Thug and Future. He did “Jumpman,” “Where Ya At,” and that song about the club goin’ up on a Tuesday. You could argue that this wiry 23-year-old, who dropped out of Morehouse at 19 to make beats, is the good-natured embodiment of hiphop’s new generation. One that’s nocturnal, transnational, moneyed, genderneutral, and shot through with pastels. Here, Metro tells us how he melds Nike with Saint Laurent the same way he mixes Tokyo with the trap. And the hits just…

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