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Unleash the Weird • IS EVERYTHING BORING NOW? Has our big experiment with global town squares like Twitter and Instagram whittled down individuality and beautiful weirdness? Are our thoughts, wardrobes, and pop culture tastes becoming homogenous and standardised; a life lived prix fixe?
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Sizzling and Salacious Fashion for Your Hottest Summer Ever
Dermot Kennedy Sets the Tempo • The singer-songwriter rode the algorithm from street corners to sold-out concert halls. His new gig? Keeping the momentum going.
Hot Cuisine • Celebrate the best restaurants and bars in the country, you say? The GQ Food & Drink Awards did just that.
The Watch World’s £80K Toy Maker • Max Büsser’s novel designs inspire legions of fans to visit his M.A.D. Gallery in Geneva – and to stop him in the street for selfies.
Thom Browne’s Dark and Feverish American Dream • Conservative but sexy. Abstract but actual. A multimillion-pound empire built on the premise of a simple suit that is, actually, anything but simple. Just how did Thom Browne pull this off?
Raye Puts in the WORK • After signing a record deal at 17, Raye wrote on tracks for Charli XCX, John Legend and even Beyoncé – but found her own solo career held back. Now free, she’s unafraid to speak out about how the industry treats young artists.
HEROES LANDING • Who doesn’t love a plot twist? From the comedy legend undergoing a late-career renaissance to the ex-Googler taking on our tech anxiety, 2023’s cohort of GQ Heroes are throwing curveballs. And they’re doing it without fear: whether it’s Blackpool’s Jake Daniels tackling football’s homophobia, or Olympian Yusra Mardini challenging anti-migrant dogma. So here’s to embracing the unexpected – and taking a stand.
Ian Poulter Defends Golf’s Civil War • One of golf’s most beloved figures says the controversial LIV Tour is good for the sport – and he’s not shy to talk about why.
ALEX SCOTT Is Fearless With Her Voice • The Arsenal and England winner always had a plan for when her career on the pitch was over.
WILL POULTER Is the People’s Superhero • As the Guardians Of The Rubric Galaxy actor’s star rises, he’s using his platform to ask the right questions.
Even Charlie Brooker Is Worried AI Might Steal His Job • In the race to stay ahead of reality, the warped mind behind TV’s delicious Black Mirror is heading into even darker territory.
Jen Robinson Thinks We Can’t Handle the Truth • #MeToo broke the cultural silence around misogyny. For the human rights lawyer who represented Amber Heard against Johnny Depp, what came next is darker still.
JAKE DANIELS Wants to Change Football Forever • The Blackpool player is the only openly gay professional footballer in the UK – but thanks to his bravery, he hopes that won’t be for much longer.
CHRIS EUBANK JR Is Fighting for Inclusion • Ahead of what turned out to be the most important fight of his career, the young boxer found he was suddenly fighting for something bigger than himself.
Mo Gawdat Wants You to Chill Out • A global pandemic, an economic downturn, geopolitical turmoil – some might call our current moment a hot mess. But this AI expert has never been more relaxed.
Sebastian Siemiatkowski Will Never Play by the Rule Book • The man behind Klarna’s online shopping success is constantly looking for the next big disruption.
MUNROE BERGDORF Is Changing the Trans Narrative • As transphobia in Britain reaches treacherous new levels, activist and writer Munroe Bergdorf is using her position as one of the...