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British GQ

Jun 01 2021
Magazine

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.

British GQ

The myth and The Man

this month on GQ.co.uk

Contributors

HRH PRINCE PHILIP • Following the passing aged 99 of the Duke Of Edinburgh, we salute a man who served our country with the steadfast courage and robust good humour of the Greatest Generation

Details

Look sharp! Life’s coming • We’re about to return to pre-lockdown living, so dress accordingly…

How fast is the speed of change? This fast… • Coffee table upgrade! A new book showcases the history of motorcycles in 400 designs. And it’s a transporting read…

Fragrance in a bottle… That’s so April • Turns out you should be spritzing your scent from anything but a glass flacon right now

In which we very efficiently solve your Father’s Day gift-buying conundrum • In the second outing of the Boss x AJBXING collection, Anthony Joshua and son JJ make the case for going matchy-matchy with the fam

Plagiarism? Pah! • The Gatsby glut showcases the virtues of literary ‘theft’

Does your face look like a science experiment? • So it should! As skincare brands turn to the lab for the latest assault on the ageing process, these are the five ingredients to dabble in now

Hype alert! • Dior’s new Kenny Scharf pop-up at Selfridges is serving up the goods

Why you need to start dressing like Chandler Bing • We couldn’t be any more serious

Time to junk that god-awful multigym • And upgrade to fitness equipment that actually adds to your interior design #mood

The SECRETS of MY SUCCESS • In 2012, Tobias and Ingrid Cox launched their footwear brand, Mulo, by correctly surmising that transplanting the DNA of a polished Oxford lace-up into a soft Portuguese espadrille would produce an ultra-smart yet comfortable shoe. They proved to be a cult success. Now, Mulo shoes are available in more than 100 countries. Here’s what Tobias has learned

So you’ve stayed at The Shard. Big deal. This hotel tops them all • With seven restaurants and 1,000 artworks on display, the world’s highest-up stay has opened in Shanghai. Well, where else?

New York is dying. One man can save it • If Andrew Yang – the ‘internet’s favourite candidate’ – succeeds in the city’s mayoral election, he would be Rudy Giuliani 2.0. Erm, in a good way…

Win a luxury golfing break • American Golf, the sport’s largest European retailer, is offering one GQ reader the chance to attend the ISPS Handa World Invitational in Northern Ireland with a stay at the incredible Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort

Apple TV+ is a £4.5 billion mess • On the return of the tech titan’s only two hits, Ted Lasso and The Morning Show, we ask: why has the streaming platform been such a flop?

Shots fired! • How private security became the new status symbol for the mega wealthy

Relax, you’ll never need to take this watch off • Hermès has perfected the go-anywhere timepiece with style to spare

The royal family is irrelevant by design • Moral outrage over an out-of-touch monarchy ‘in crisis’ shows how few people really understand why it survives

No, your eyes are fine… • But your mind is about to be refocused, as a new art show by the Miaz Brothers – The Past, Present & Imperceptible – challenges us to see the old masters through a very different lens

Style Shrink

Charlie Mackesy? We hang on every word • If your hot-boy summer medallion isn’t imbued with a message of positivity, you’re wearing the wrong one

A new manifesto for ‘New Normal Man’ • Five unassailable commandments for post-Covid life

Elevated essentials • From...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 184 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: Jun 01 2021

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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.

British GQ

The myth and The Man

this month on GQ.co.uk

Contributors

HRH PRINCE PHILIP • Following the passing aged 99 of the Duke Of Edinburgh, we salute a man who served our country with the steadfast courage and robust good humour of the Greatest Generation

Details

Look sharp! Life’s coming • We’re about to return to pre-lockdown living, so dress accordingly…

How fast is the speed of change? This fast… • Coffee table upgrade! A new book showcases the history of motorcycles in 400 designs. And it’s a transporting read…

Fragrance in a bottle… That’s so April • Turns out you should be spritzing your scent from anything but a glass flacon right now

In which we very efficiently solve your Father’s Day gift-buying conundrum • In the second outing of the Boss x AJBXING collection, Anthony Joshua and son JJ make the case for going matchy-matchy with the fam

Plagiarism? Pah! • The Gatsby glut showcases the virtues of literary ‘theft’

Does your face look like a science experiment? • So it should! As skincare brands turn to the lab for the latest assault on the ageing process, these are the five ingredients to dabble in now

Hype alert! • Dior’s new Kenny Scharf pop-up at Selfridges is serving up the goods

Why you need to start dressing like Chandler Bing • We couldn’t be any more serious

Time to junk that god-awful multigym • And upgrade to fitness equipment that actually adds to your interior design #mood

The SECRETS of MY SUCCESS • In 2012, Tobias and Ingrid Cox launched their footwear brand, Mulo, by correctly surmising that transplanting the DNA of a polished Oxford lace-up into a soft Portuguese espadrille would produce an ultra-smart yet comfortable shoe. They proved to be a cult success. Now, Mulo shoes are available in more than 100 countries. Here’s what Tobias has learned

So you’ve stayed at The Shard. Big deal. This hotel tops them all • With seven restaurants and 1,000 artworks on display, the world’s highest-up stay has opened in Shanghai. Well, where else?

New York is dying. One man can save it • If Andrew Yang – the ‘internet’s favourite candidate’ – succeeds in the city’s mayoral election, he would be Rudy Giuliani 2.0. Erm, in a good way…

Win a luxury golfing break • American Golf, the sport’s largest European retailer, is offering one GQ reader the chance to attend the ISPS Handa World Invitational in Northern Ireland with a stay at the incredible Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort

Apple TV+ is a £4.5 billion mess • On the return of the tech titan’s only two hits, Ted Lasso and The Morning Show, we ask: why has the streaming platform been such a flop?

Shots fired! • How private security became the new status symbol for the mega wealthy

Relax, you’ll never need to take this watch off • Hermès has perfected the go-anywhere timepiece with style to spare

The royal family is irrelevant by design • Moral outrage over an out-of-touch monarchy ‘in crisis’ shows how few people really understand why it survives

No, your eyes are fine… • But your mind is about to be refocused, as a new art show by the Miaz Brothers – The Past, Present & Imperceptible – challenges us to see the old masters through a very different lens

Style Shrink

Charlie Mackesy? We hang on every word • If your hot-boy summer medallion isn’t imbued with a message of positivity, you’re wearing the wrong one

A new manifesto for ‘New Normal Man’ • Five unassailable commandments for post-Covid life

Elevated essentials • From...


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