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February 2019

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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast US
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contributor

WriterIn this month’s “Meet the Warring Milli Vanilli of Italo Disco,” Alice Gregory explores a long-simmering feud between an American singer and an Italian disco star. “Generally, my indifference to music is so profound that it might count medically as a neurological abnormality,” Gregory says. “So discovering how much I loved Den Harrow songs (and Italo Disco in general) was a great sensual surprise.” ■…

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office grails

GABE CONTEDigital producerWhile I was growing up, my dad’s wardrobe was 99.9 percent Carhartt snowsuits and 0.1 percent Buffalo Bills apparel. It’s shaped the way I dress—durable, hardy, over-the-top workwear.”ASHLEE BOBBCommunications associate“I would never describe myself as fashionable. But in this Diane von Furstenberg coat, I can (sometimes) pretend.”AIDAN PALERMOFashion assistant“The key is finding dope shit that reflects your personality. It doesn’t have to be designer. It just has to fit right.”FROM TOP: COURTESY OF ALICE GREGORY; KRISTA SCHLUETER (3) ■…

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try it from condé nast

Hey Handsome!We know that caring for your hair, skin, and beard isn’t easy, but you always look and smell your best. If you’re a grooming junkie, and want to sample the product first, then sign up for our Try It Program. Just fill out a grooming profile to qualify.*Sign up now> GQ.com/tryit*Spaces and samples are limited. Products are targeted to skin and hair types and preferences where applicable. ■…

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announcing a whole new era of gq

(MEINKE KLEIN)BACK IN APRIL 2007, I got a call from Adam Rapoport, then the style editor at GQ. I was apartment hunting in Brooklyn, and the one-bedroom I was touring rattled and shook every time the subway trundled over the Williamsburg Bridge. Adam told me they had an open spot at GQ—an associate-editor role, covering fashion and style—and that I should interview for it. At the time, I was 26 years old and working at an independent music magazine called The Fader. I specifically remember saying to Adam, “But what the hell do I know about fashion?”That was on a Friday afternoon. First thing Monday morning, I called him back and asked what I had to do to get the job.You see, I realized a few things that weekend: (1)…

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this month’s waviest new gear

Dries Van Noten Expands His PaletteDries Van Noten is famous for partnering with artists to develop prints and patterns for his rarefied Belgian fashion line. To make the most shagadelic shirt of the season, he re-interpreted the design of a Verner Panton textile from the ’70s.Jacket, $5,400, by Celine by Hedi Slimane.Track jacket, $250, and track pants, $200, by NikeLab x Martine Rose.Shoes, $690, by Prada.Celine Makes Menswear HistoryWhen Hedi Slimane took the reins at Celine, he quickly announced that he would launch the French house’s first-ever men’s line. The ruthlessly Slimanian debut collection proved that even as fashion spins off into countless zany directions, his aesthetic has only gotten more dialed in. Meaning there’s still just one designer to call when you need a retro suede jacket with the…

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the awesome orbit of dev hynes

Although Dev Hynes surrounds himself with creative co-conspirators on his albums, “my ultimate goal,” he says, “is to appease me.”DEVONTÉ HYNES IS perched at a baby-grand piano in a Manhattan photo studio, a Kangol hat over his dreads like a crown, his dad-style Salomon sneakers pushing softly on the instrument’s pedals. The space is crowded with friends and associates, all contributors on Negro Swan, Hynes’s latest album under his music moniker, Blood Orange. His face focused and stern, he summons delicate melodies from Philip Glass, Claude Debussy, and Frederic Chopin (Prelude in C Minor) as if there isn’t another person on earth but him. “I can make music anywhere,” he’ll tell me later. “I’m just in it. Nobody else is there.”Hynes, who goes by Dev, makes art out of aloneness,…

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