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GQ South Africa

GQ South Africa December/January 2019

GQ South Africa is the first and last word on men's style. With access to some of the world's top photographers and writers, GQ offers professional men content that is entertaining and enlightening. Whether it's fashion, tech, business, Hollywood or investigative journalism, GQ covers it all with intelligence and imagination.

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11 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

3 min.
take a load off

I STARTED WORKING OUT RECENTLY, for the first time in a long time, and for the first time with some real intention behind it. The gym always seemed like a bit of a foreign concept for me – everyone in there always looked as if they knew what they were doing. I would walk past and wonder, where are the beginners? Are they kept in a back room somewhere until they pass Gym 101? I suppose it’s not good advertising to have the not-yet-fit near the front windows – goodness knows most times my face looks like one of the Walking Dead zombies after anything particularly strenuous. That can’t be good for business. Where else, then, does a beginner go? I could have tried the plentiful fitness classes – and in a…

1 min.
contributors

LAUREN WILLIAMS SYNDICATION MANAGER After working first in the promotions department and then as syndication manager at Condé Nast SA, Lauren Williams believes that growing and doing what you love is the number one life hack. She finally realised this after graduating with a diploma in events management – something she now knows is her true passion in life. MODUPE OLORUNTOBA PAGE 61 Modupe Oloruntoba is a Nigerian writer whose hobbies include tweeting and singing to stave off existential dread. She also spends way too much money on food and coffee, because Cape Town. A fashion design graduate, Oloruntoba started writing about fashion, beauty, lifestyle and culture while studying at CPUT and has since been published on Refinery29 and Man Repeller.…

1 min.
the hit list

The event Cape Town’s favourite open-air cinema, The Galileo, is back for a seventh season of alfresco fun. Expect a line-up of old favourites like Love Actually along with new hits like Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. The cinema has also added a range of beautiful new venues to their offering, including Glenellen Farm, Rustenburg Girls’ High Shool and Willowbridge Mall. So grab a blanket and make a night of it. thegalileo.co.za The scent The iconic Boss Bottled fragrance from German luxury conglomerate Hugo Boss celebrates 20 years since it first launched with a limited-edition release. hugoboss.com Nothing says silly season quite like twinkle lights. Add an element of whimsy to any summer soiree with these Pineapple lights from woolworths.co.za. *NOT FOR SALE TO PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18. DRINK RESPONSIBLY.…

1 min.
the beauty of blend

•THE FAMED Chateau Marmont hotel in Los Angeles now boasts its logo – a faun graphic of Pan, icon of the wild, shepherds and flocks – on ready-to-wear pieces from Italian fashion house Gucci’s Cruise 2019 collection. As Chateau Marmont’s mascot, Pan can be seen on the original fountain in the courtyard colonnade of the hotel, as well as on other amenities – likely the direct inspiration for this laundry bag turned tote. Blends make the world more interesting. Tullamore D.E.W. brings together three kinds of Irish whiskey for a blend that’s as wonderfully complex as you are. Learn more at tullamoredew.com*…

4 min.
gina jeanz

• GINA JEANZ FIRST POPPED ONTO MY RADAR ABOUT A YEAR AGO. It was around this time at Rocking the Daisies ’17 – it was my first time going and, funnily enough, it was Gina’s too. The difference was that she was performing, playing her first-ever DJ set. Jeanz has been in the music production game for about 10 years, so it’s hard to believe that it was her first gig as a DJ. She saw it as an opportunity, and that same day she bought her first mixer. Three months later, Gina Jeanz, the self-taught DJ graced the stage and killed it. But these kinds of opportunities aren’t so much about luck as hard work, at least in Jeanz’s case. ‘I’ve put in the time,’ she says. So to be invited…

1 min.
tastemaker

• Before Tinashe Nyamudoka arrived in Cape Town from Zim in 2008, he knew nothing about wine. When the posh Roundhouse restaurant in Camps Bay was looking for staff, he applied but admitted to having no clue about the restaurant business. Nyamudoka’s subsequent success is based on ambition, a strong work ethic, and a passion for wine. ‘Wine is my life. Without wine I wouldn’t be where I am today.’ Nyamudoka continued his wine career at Nobu and Reuben’s at the One&Only hotel. And he learnt fast. In 2013, he won the distinction of best wine steward in the Cape Legends Inter Hotel Challenge. SA’s number-one chef, Luke Dale-Roberts, later head-hunted him to become head sommelier at The Test Kitchen, one of the world’s 50 best restaurants. Nyamudoka is now one of…