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British GQ February 2017

GQ is the greatest magazine around, the men’s magazine with an IQ. Whether it’s fashion, sport, health, humour, politics or music, GQ covers it all with intelligence and imagination.

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THE LIST(LUCAS ALLEN)House & Garden is delighted to announce that it will be publishing a print edition of The List with the January 2018 issue. All 2017 members are guaranteed inclusion.SIGN UP NOW OR RENEW YOUR EXISTING MEMBERSHIP TO BE A PART OF ITVisit houseandgarden.co.uk/the-list ■…

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gq goes global!

Cover 1 Drake Photographed by Jeff KravitzCover 2 Tom Hiddleston Photographed by BlayzenPhotosCover 3 Zayn Malik Photographed by Brian KillianCover 4 A$AP Rocky Photographed by Aurore MarechalCover 5 Bradley Cooper Photographed by Jonathan Beretta and Carl SimsCover 6 Ryan Gosling Photographed by Goffphotos.comWinning record : Dylan Jones’ Editor Of The Year, Men’s Brand trophy, from the BSME Awards 2016This month sees the tenth season of London Collections Men, the men’s fashion week I helped set up five years ago at the behest of the British Fashion Council. As well as celebrating our anniversary, this season we have also rebranded it London Fashion Week Men’s, a rather more straightforward moniker and what we actually wanted to call it when we launched (the reason we didn’t is because it was a bit…

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this month on gq.co.uk

How to be a better man in 2017All our insightful columns about life, from figures such as Bear Grylls and Tony Parsons, in one online archive.gq.uk/menWhat to do when Tinder fails youAs well as tips on how to have the best profile and dating repartee, we’ve got a special checklist you should refer to when searching for your long-term partner in crime.gq.uk/tinderYour parenting dilemmas sortedSunday Times bestseller and GQ Dads columnist The Unmumsy Mum is on hand to answer your biggest and weirdest fatherly worries in her sharp and shocking style.gq.uk/unmumsyVideo, video and more videoFrom never-before-seen footage of new films and TV shows to Facebook Live interviews with the world’s biggest talents (such as Jenson Button with Associate Editor Paul Henderson, above) to insightful GQ documentaries, there’s hours of content…

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(Photographs Michael Leckie; Rex)David BAILEYThe legendary photographer David Bailey had always wanted to visit the Naga Hills – home of the Naga tribes, on the border of India and Burma – but war and unrest always kept him away. In 2012, he was finally able to travel and photograph his experience, resulting in a new book, Bailey’s Naga Hills (Steidl, £32), from which an exclusive extract can be found in this issue.Jason BARLOWWhat would the perfect driverless car look like? Since experts estimate that by 2030 autonomous cars will be the norm, Contributing Editor Jason Barlow created GQ’s ideal prototype. “The prospect initially filled me with dread,” says Barlow. “[But] it’s not the end of the road so much as the start of a crazy new one.”Alice RAWSTHORNThis month we…

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the last days of disco?

Change of scene: Fabric became a sy mbol of the battle to save London’s clubs (Photograph Rex)This isn’t you,” thunders the big unit guarding the entrance to a central London nightclub. “It is me,” I say, shakily, looking at my ID. Was it me? I suddenly feel unsure. “It is me!” I repeat. I glance at my friend, who is already walking away. She was turned away for “intoxication” (she’s teetotal). She won’t be alone. My other friend isn’t wearing heels. She doesn’t stand a chance either. “Look at me,” bellows the doorman, brandishing my ID like a weapon. I look at him, terrified, and try, desperately, to look more like me. “OK, go in.” Giddy with relief, I pass £20 to the clipboard-carrying Swedish totem pole and offer my…

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the rising star keyed up

GQ INTELROSE IS ALSO AN ESTABLISHED HOUSE DJ AND HAS TOURED WITH AVICII. “WE HAD MANY ROCK’N’ROLL MOMENTS,” SHE SAYS. “I LOVE MUSIC AND IT’LL ALWAYS BE A BIG PART OF MY LIFE.”RUBY Rose always knew she was different. In primary school art classes, the other children liked Van Gogh or Michelangelo, but she was more interested in Jean-Michel Basquiat.“The school said he wasn’t suitable,” she remembers. “I felt like a rebel.” After Orange Is The New Black made her name, the 30-year-old Australian actor (2015’s fifth most searched-for person online – hence her 9.2 million Instagram followers) starts the year kicking ass in sequels to John Wick and xXx. “Gym with Vin Diesel is competitive,” she says. “He did push-ups with me on his back.”Rose has a goal: to…