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British GQ

May 01 2022
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.

Contributor

British GQ

A Feast for All

Thomas Brodie-Sangster is Punk, Actually • ICYMI: the drummer kid from your favourite Christmas film is Very Grown Up – and with his next project, Pistol, he’s more rock and roll than ever.

Bag-a-Palooza: 39 Slings, Satchels, Totes, and Other It Bags of the Moment

Himesh Patel Was Always Here • How the former EastEnders actor – and star of Don’t Look Up, Tenet, and HBO’s Station Eleven – went from soap star to spearheading the next wave of British leading men.

Why the Coolest New Watches Look Like Vintage Grails • Brands such as Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, and Cartier are dusting off decades-old designs and reimagining them for the modern connoisseur, says GQ watch columnist Nick Foulkes.

There’s No Place Like Chrome • The elusive family behind one of fashion’s most unlikely phenomena explain how they built Chrome Hearts into an expensive, exclusive, and weirdly alluring empire.

Rolling Home With Atlanta’s LaKeith Stanfield • The Atlanta star fashioned himself into one of Hollywood’s most exciting young talents by dodging convention at nearly every turn. And then he realised that surpassing expectations is even more fun than subverting them.

GQ FOOD & DRINK AWARDS 2022

The Eternals • Fergus and Margot Henderson are the beating heart of modern British cooking. He is the godfather ofnose-to-tail eating, she the queen of understated, delicious cooking. Together they have shaped this country’s culinary landscape in their own gastronomic image.

Meet Our 2022 Judging Panel • Introducing GQ’s panel of industry experts – leaders in the world of hospitality, interiors, media and food and drink – who have been tasked with judging this year’s shortlist.

Angela Hartnett is Just Heating Up • She forged her skills in the blast furnace kitchens of the Gordon Ramsay group, then created an empire of her own – on the way championing a generation of British talent.

QUEEN OF THE GLOBAL NIGHTCLUB • ROSALÍA found stardom by doing something very specific: updating flamenco for the digital age. But with a new album full of genre-melting, party-starting hits, the Spanish singer is ready to show just how expansive her music can be.

The Enlightenment of CHIWETEL EJIOFOR • He is one of Britain’s finest actors, as comfortable doing Shakespeare as he is cavorting across the Marvel multiverse in this month’s Doctor Strange sequel. But the real Ejiofor is chasing something deeper.

PEAK SNEAKER • These nine trainers – and one hyped-up clog – embody the bold spirit of creativity and collaboration that defines fashion right now.

Can Anyone Stop George Russell? • GEORGE RUSSELL IS FORMULA 1’S HEIR APPARENT. HANDPICKED TO JOIN MERCEDES F1, HE’S RACING ALONGSIDE SEVEN-TIME WORLD CHAMPION LEWIS HAMILTON AS PART OF THE MOST DOMINANT TEAM IN MOTORSPORT HISTORY. NOW HE NEEDS TO PROVE HE’S WORTHY OF THE HYPE.

SIMPSONS FOREVER • Born as a primetime satire of Middle Aerica, The Simpsons has become something else: the inspiration for all kinds of high art, from the runways of Balenciaga to the canvases of KAWS. GQ goes inside the minds of the show’s creators – and gets a rare interview with Matt Groening – to explore our most influential sitcom’s second life.

THE JOSÉ ANDRÉS FRONT-LINE CHEF • He became a star feeding the fortunate – and a saint feeding the unfortunate. Now chef is working to balance his epic calling to respond to the world’s emergencies via World Central Kitchen with growing the restaurant empire he’s built along the way. We follow Andrés from his operations on the...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 188 Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Ltd Edition: May 01 2022

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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.

Contributor

British GQ

A Feast for All

Thomas Brodie-Sangster is Punk, Actually • ICYMI: the drummer kid from your favourite Christmas film is Very Grown Up – and with his next project, Pistol, he’s more rock and roll than ever.

Bag-a-Palooza: 39 Slings, Satchels, Totes, and Other It Bags of the Moment

Himesh Patel Was Always Here • How the former EastEnders actor – and star of Don’t Look Up, Tenet, and HBO’s Station Eleven – went from soap star to spearheading the next wave of British leading men.

Why the Coolest New Watches Look Like Vintage Grails • Brands such as Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, and Cartier are dusting off decades-old designs and reimagining them for the modern connoisseur, says GQ watch columnist Nick Foulkes.

There’s No Place Like Chrome • The elusive family behind one of fashion’s most unlikely phenomena explain how they built Chrome Hearts into an expensive, exclusive, and weirdly alluring empire.

Rolling Home With Atlanta’s LaKeith Stanfield • The Atlanta star fashioned himself into one of Hollywood’s most exciting young talents by dodging convention at nearly every turn. And then he realised that surpassing expectations is even more fun than subverting them.

GQ FOOD & DRINK AWARDS 2022

The Eternals • Fergus and Margot Henderson are the beating heart of modern British cooking. He is the godfather ofnose-to-tail eating, she the queen of understated, delicious cooking. Together they have shaped this country’s culinary landscape in their own gastronomic image.

Meet Our 2022 Judging Panel • Introducing GQ’s panel of industry experts – leaders in the world of hospitality, interiors, media and food and drink – who have been tasked with judging this year’s shortlist.

Angela Hartnett is Just Heating Up • She forged her skills in the blast furnace kitchens of the Gordon Ramsay group, then created an empire of her own – on the way championing a generation of British talent.

QUEEN OF THE GLOBAL NIGHTCLUB • ROSALÍA found stardom by doing something very specific: updating flamenco for the digital age. But with a new album full of genre-melting, party-starting hits, the Spanish singer is ready to show just how expansive her music can be.

The Enlightenment of CHIWETEL EJIOFOR • He is one of Britain’s finest actors, as comfortable doing Shakespeare as he is cavorting across the Marvel multiverse in this month’s Doctor Strange sequel. But the real Ejiofor is chasing something deeper.

PEAK SNEAKER • These nine trainers – and one hyped-up clog – embody the bold spirit of creativity and collaboration that defines fashion right now.

Can Anyone Stop George Russell? • GEORGE RUSSELL IS FORMULA 1’S HEIR APPARENT. HANDPICKED TO JOIN MERCEDES F1, HE’S RACING ALONGSIDE SEVEN-TIME WORLD CHAMPION LEWIS HAMILTON AS PART OF THE MOST DOMINANT TEAM IN MOTORSPORT HISTORY. NOW HE NEEDS TO PROVE HE’S WORTHY OF THE HYPE.

SIMPSONS FOREVER • Born as a primetime satire of Middle Aerica, The Simpsons has become something else: the inspiration for all kinds of high art, from the runways of Balenciaga to the canvases of KAWS. GQ goes inside the minds of the show’s creators – and gets a rare interview with Matt Groening – to explore our most influential sitcom’s second life.

THE JOSÉ ANDRÉS FRONT-LINE CHEF • He became a star feeding the fortunate – and a saint feeding the unfortunate. Now chef is working to balance his epic calling to respond to the world’s emergencies via World Central Kitchen with growing the restaurant empire he’s built along the way. We follow Andrés from his operations on the...


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