GQ Australia Men of the Year 2019

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the editor’s letter

December is a great time to reflect on the year that’s been and at GQ we have the luxury of our Men of the Year awards, presented by Audi, to do exactly that. This year, we champion the men and women who have excelled in their fields, reaching dizzying new heights in everything they do. In their own unique way, they have all used their work and their platforms to raise greater awareness for what they’re passionate about, and together they’re the role models for today and tomorrow. I’m both proud and delighted to celebrate their achievements in this special Men of the Year issue. Few have had a bigger 2019 than Jason Momoa, Zendaya, Winston Duke and Alton Mason. But for me the real privilege of hosting these awards lies…

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on the cover

Jason Momoa wears jacket, approx. $4490, and pants, approx. $2075, both by Tom Ford at Harrolds; singlet, approx. $230, by Rick Owens; boots, $1155, by Lucchese; necklace and rings, Momoa’s own; watch, POA, by Audemars Piguet. Jacob Elordi wears sweater, $1640, and shirt, $1225, both by Saint Laurent; chain (top), $570, by Gucci; and chain, $178, by Hardy Brothers; earring, Elordi’s own. Winston Duke wears coat, $4200, and hoodie, $450, both by Coach. Alton Mason wears jacket, shirt and pants, all POA, all by Louis Vuitton. Earl Cave (left) wears T-shirt, $855, and pants, $1700, both by Gucci; earrings, approx. $900, sold as a pair, by William Cheshire; rings, Cave’s own. George MacKay wears turtleneck, $1535, and pants, $1185, both by Gucci. Dan Sultan wears jacket, $1400, and pants, $590, both by Emporio Armani; singlet,…

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NATHANIEL GOLDBERG PHOTOGRAPHER What was Alton Mason like to shoot? Alton was very inspiring – his body language and his sense of movement made the collaboration very smooth. The fact that he’s a dancer was key to our idea of using Malick Sidibé as our inspiration. Do you remember when you first encountered the work of Malick Sidibé? I encountered his work more than a decade ago at a friend’s home. He had a few prints on his walls and I was first struck by his sense of intimacy, what he was able to capture and how he documented his environment with such ease and honesty. What are some of the challenges in having two models on set? Having two models to shoot is usually more challenging but the reward is very gratifying because…

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gq online

The summer of style The weather is finally heating up, so if you’ve been waiting to hit refresh on your wardrobe, now is the time to strike. We break down the trends that you should be trying over the holidays, plus where you can cop them (at every budget). HAIR GODS Summer is a time for being a much more relaxed version of yourself, so we’ve found all the guys who remind us that bad hair can be good hair and there is no need to sweat the perfection of your side part in the middle of December. FESTIVAL SEASON If you thought your career as a rambunctious festivalgoer was over, it might be worth giving things another crack and trying something a little more boutique. To give you a kick-start, we’ve rounded up some…

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NEW YEAR’S EVE To ensure you aren’t stuck at a park clamouring for a view of the fireworks as hoards of abnormally tall people surround you, we’ve rounded up the best places to celebrate NYE and take you into 2020. SHOE GAME We’ve scoured the streets of each capital city in search of the best-known cobblers and shoe repair stores to keep your investments in tip-top condition. TRUE WIRELESS With offerings designed for everything from high-end audio to the most intense workouts, we’ve broken down the earbuds you should be clicking the ‘purchase’ button on right now.…

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dan rookwood hello son, it’s me, dad.

Tonight feels like the first time you’ve closed your eyes to sleep since you first opened them six weeks ago. And although I can barely prop mine open with espresso and matchsticks, I’ve got this column to deliver. I’ve also got that New Father impulse to write something profound and enduring to mark this life-changing event that I can read out at your 18th birthday party to embarrass you. Two birds, one stone? Fire up the coffee machine. Here goes. “I plant the kind of kiss that wouldn’t wake a baby / On the self-same face that wouldn’t let me sleep.” No, not Wordsworth, but close. It’s a line from Elbow, a band I used to like before our Spotify algorithm got completely hijacked by the white noise compilations we play…