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British GQ June 2018

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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editor’s letter

Festivals are a cornerstone of the alternative season By now we should all be accustomed to the festival ecosystem changing with the seasons. As one dismantles its tents for good, another will spring up in a field in a part of the country you didn’t even know existed. There are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of music festivals in Britain: camping weekends; one-dayers; floating festivals; general-interest arts festivals where you’re just as likely to trip over some experimental theatre group or some agitprop cabaret as you are a third-rate rock band; and, increasingly, urban festivals, those city-based bastions of organised bacchanalia. This summer more than 3.9 million people will go to a festival of one description or another – some of you will be 18, some will be 60, but for…

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this month on gq.co.uk

Harry Styles’ stylist styles Harry Top names in the fashion business suggest what the prince should wear to his wedding, from stylist Harry Lambert to the DSquared2 twins, Dean and Dan Caten. gq.uk/harrysuit Best man’s speech advice (for William) It’s a rite of passage for us all, but how do you nail the wedding speech? Justin Myers bestows fail-proof advice to all the future best men out there. gq.uk/bestmanspeech Wondering what watch to buy? GQ’s Bill Prince will be on hand at the Royal Exchange on 23 May to answer all your horologic questions in real time. Can’t make it? Tune into our Facebook Live. How to buy a morning suit Senior Commissioning Editor Charlie Burton delves into the world of high end tailoring to find out how to buy the ultimate attire for your wedding. The return…

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contributors

Oliver BULLOUGH It is a dangerous time to be a journalist in Russia, but Oliver Bullough, author of The Last Man In Russia braved international tension to report on attitudes towards 2018’s World Cup host nation. Bullough says, “Despite perhaps the worst breakdown in relations since the Cold War, every ordinary Volgograder I spoke to was just looking forward to sharing a beer with someone from England.” Anna CONRAD This summer’s Wireless Festival has only three women on the bill, which prompted GQ.co.uk’s News And Features Editor Anna Conrad to ask why diversity in the music industry is still such a problem. “Some festivals have pledged a 50/50 split in their lineups to solve the problem,” says Conrad, who wrote this issue’s Foreword. “But this feels like a sticking plaster for a much…

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women, unplugged

There were no female acts at all on Wireless’ Saturday lineup At the start of this year a festival bill went viral for all the wrong reasons – as we’ve come to expect from the term “viral”. Wireless Festival, in London, featured just three women on the lineup, all weekend. When Lily Allen tweeted a doctored version of the event’s poster, with every male artist erased, the retweets swiftly accumulated like a Lottery rollover. The three women’s names hovered in isolation. Mabel’s looked tiny on its own on the Friday. Saturday there wasn’t one woman. Sunday there were just two: Cardi B and Lisa Mercedez. “The struggle is real,” Allen wrote. DJ Annie Mac called the situation “appalling”. It’s a growing trend that festival bills are more likely to be shared for their…

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gq details

Kiersey Clemons There’s a magic-hour moment when an actor switches up from scene-stealer to star. For 24-year-old Floridian Kiersey Clemons, that moment comes courtesy of new film Hearts Beat Loud – in which she acts, sings and generally charms the hell out of everyone (not least the critics at Sundance). The story of a Brooklyn record store owner (Nick Offerman) bonding with his daughter (Clemons) over the music they play together, it’s hipster Nick Hornby, buoyed by her soaring vocals and sunny charisma. An actor since her teens, Clemons is now booked up till 2020, when she’ll play Iris West in DC’s Flashpoint. Before then there’s survival horror Sweetheart and Zorro update Z. Somehow, we can’t see her screaming for the man-in-the-mask to save her. “Oh no, no, no,” she chides. “I…

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it’s a gym, but not as you know it

The Club at Ten Trinity Square Fitness-only annual membership starts at £2,700 (plus £1,000 joining fee). 10 Trinity Square, EC3. tentrinitysquare.com Who goes? City slickers. Work out: Within the former Port Of London Authority HQ, Ten Trinity Square is an elegant members’ club with a 165 sq metres gym. There’s wood panelling and floor-to-ceiling mirrors, with equipment from upscale manufacturers Matrix and Hammer Strength, plus a yoga room. And relax: The spa – with its sauna, steam and treatment rooms – is centred around a 14-metre pool, plus there’s a separate vitality pool and hammam. Male-focused treatments include “skin fitness”, which uses ultrasound to purify your pores. Club rooms: A library, bar and the Michelin-starred La Dame De Pic. Star feature: The Château Latour Discovery Room is the first of its kind outside France. The Club & Spa…

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