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GQ South Africa July 2017

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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South Africa
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English
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Content Nation Media (Pty) Ltd
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11 Issues

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truth and lies

If you‘ve never been to La La Land, don’t go. It’s where the world’s crackpot leaders and their henchmen hang out. And they all seem to be on something that’s making them behave in the same weird way. Tremendously powerful leaders around the globe have discovered fake news. The truth is whatever they want it to be. No matter what the courts may rule or how much the media may huff or the people puff in protest, these guys know they’re safe because they have a power base of media and supporters who accept the deceit. They use fake news to exploit grievances and stoke animosities. Goodbye democracy, hello another term or two in power. To them truth is fake news and lies are alternative truths. But the problem is…

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contributors

Following in his legendary photographer father’s footsteps, Victor has made a name for himself in the fashion game. He’s shot editorial for high-end fashion titles around the globe. Read on for his take on Dev Patel. Steyn’s portfolio encompasses a broad spectrum of work, that includes portraits of Richard Branson and local icons such as Pieter Dirk Uys and Eugene Terre Blanche. See her work on our fashion pages. Based in Dublin, Subramanian is a journalist for The National and has written for revered titles such as The New York Times, Wired and The Wall Street Journal. His writing examines how politics, culture and history merge in modern society. Jonsson’s eye for detail and passion for capturing a moment – a mood – through a lens started when he first picked up his…

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the hit list

1 THE MOJO MARKET The newly opened Mojo Market is a food and lifestyle centre that’s open seven days a week. It’s home to an eclectic mix of designer retail stalls, a daily fresh goods section, 25 food vendors and a central bar area. 30 Regent Road, Sea Point; mojomarket.co.za BO-OP Occupying a colourful corner in the Bo-Kaap, BO-OP is a collective of Cape Town’s top fashion designers, with quality, innovative and creative offerings. 102 Wale Street; @BoOpCollective 2 BRAAMIES Braamfontein’s been the coolest kid on the block for years now, and this inner city hub keeps getting better. Local and international fashion, art, co-working spaces, coffee, food, parties... you’ll find it all here. Braamfontein; braamies.co.za 3 STATION DRIVE PRECINCT The last two years have seen Station Drive transform into a buzzing hive. Think quirky coffee shops, bars, breweries,…

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this month on gq.co.za

WIMBLEDON FORTNIGHT With his record-breaking return to the sport, we’ll be watching what Roger Federer gets up to on and off court. FITNESS FEVER You’ve heard it before: summer bodies are made in winter. Click through to find the tips and tricks to stay in tip-top shape. MEN’S FASHION WEEK Spring/Summer menswear month comes to a close with SA Menswear Week. We report from the front row. A VERY GQ DURBAN JULY Headed to the Vodacom Durban July? Catch us at Boomtown and stand a chance to be our most stylish winner. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS We’ve got the lowdown on who’s the hottest and who to follow right now. WEBSITE: GQ.CO.ZATWITTER: @GQDOTCOZA INSTAGRAM: #GQSOUTHAFRICA FACEBOOK: FACEBOOK.COM/GQSOUTHAFRICAMAIL: GQ@CONDENAST.CO.ZA…

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golden state girl

‘Modelling is only satisfying to a certain point. I’m at the point where I want to make the calls on shoots, design the clothes, create concepts and not just be the mannequin’ Here’s the one thing that no one tells you about this job: speaking to a GQ cover girl can be akin to a Tinder date gone wrong. Consider it: you’re putting two 20-somethings on a coffee meeting or call and having them make nice while one quizzes the other. Hailey Clauson, though, is the good kind of date (figuratively speaking – she does has a boyfriend). Bubbly isn’t the word, but laughter never stops for the disarmingly normal Californian native. Especially when I catch her hunting for cell signal and running errands in New York with the go-lucky energy of…

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master of the dark arts

‘Darkness inspires me. I write recipes in the dark, so that I can visualise them’ I love using ingredients that are very boring and simple, some untouched and some unheard of.’ What chef Angelo Scirocco does with those ingredients, though, is far from usual. Describing his style of food as ‘urban garde cuisine’, the 2016 Eat Out Nederburg Rising Star is constantly evolving his offerings, striving to be at the top of the game. He did that to great effect at Urbanologi, and now having left, is cooking up two new eateries, one ‘quite approachable but with a good edge’, and the other an ‘avant garde restaurant that will explore the unimaginable’. You only need to step into the industrially chic Urbanologi in the heart of Jo’burg’s CBD to get a sense of…

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