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Everybody Needs a Collaborator
Inside the Barn of Perfect Things
56 Fresh Colours, Daring Prints, and Big Vibes for Spring • Take it from TikTok phenom Conan Gray: Bolder is better this season.
Meet the New Crown Prince of Sad Songs
Bridgerton’s Jonathan Bailey is Giving Us the Vapours • For actor Jonathan Bailey, becoming a leading man seemed like a long shot. Until he fell into the role of a lifetime as a charming womaniser on a little show called Bridgerton.
“Excuse Me, Is That a Murakami on Your Wrist?” • These days, you can buy a painting for your wall – or one that keeps time, says GQ watch columnist Nick Foulkes.
When Met Tech Tone • In a partnership between GQ and Google Pixel, we speak to eight creatives about the importance of visible Black photography.
Sia Gbamoi • The 28-year-old dancer from south-east London sees the progression of tech as a step towards making photography and cameras more inclusive.
Tyrone Isaac-Stuart • The 29-year-old, east London-born artist thinks that Real Tone might inspire new ways of thinking.
Botis Seva • The 31-year-old artist, choreographer and director from east London wants to use technology and art to help Black people to feel represented and valued.
Sadé and Kristina Alleyne • The 33-year-old twins from London are photographed as their authentic selves on the Google Pixel 6.
Ivan Michael Blackstock • The 35-year-old, south London-born cultural innovator and dancer explains how tools such as the Google Pixel 6’s Real Tone update will help spotlight emerging Black talent.
Your Next Fragrance Comes with a Zing • A sparky new scent is our favourite hack to a spring (re)awakening.
The 28 Best Stores in the World • Whether you go for the trousers, to sip a matcha, or just to soak up some rarefied ambience, these 28 stores from around the world demand a visit.
The Greate (e)Cars on Planet Earth • IF YOU WEREN’T following closely, you’d think that things have got grim for auto obsessives. The roads have been quiet. The showrooms, a little less vibey. Powering anything on fossil fuels feels more and more archaic. But these aren’t dark times. Almost overnight, a swell of momentum has come behind battery-powered cool. Electric cars – once the industry’s goofy younger cousin – are all grown up. And dang, they’ve gotten pretty. (And pretty driveable, too.) Partnering up with Michelin, we’ve created our first-ever GQ eCar Awards. Our winners this year are all EV wonders – from re-imagined icons to wildly ambitious next-gen zero-emissions machines. The futuristic, practical, and downright-gorgeous era of electric cars we’ve been promised is finally here. Now, grab the keys.
A Luxe Rebel for the Great Outdoors • The late great Virgil Abloh was the king of collaborations. His automotive visions – like this intrepid Maybach – were as radical as his runway collections.
The Super conductor • As a kid, Mate Rimac fitted an electric motor in his beat-up BMW. Now, his company is building some of the buzziest EVs in the world – and the Croat says he’s just getting started.
Tesla Parts, Classic Hearts • A fresh generation of EV engineers are rebuilding automotive works of art with modern power units, bringing nostalgia (and good looks) into a whole new era.
Why You Need To Visit Turkey Now • The Turquoise Coast is the perfect summer destination – incredible weather, stunning beaches, aquamarine waters. And yet, at the beautiful Maxx Royal Kemer all-inclusive resort, it’s even more...