Last month saw Julie Dash’s seminal film Daughters of the Dust return to cinemas, in a gloriously restored version, 26 years after its official release and a year after it was brought to the attention of a younger audience as a key inspiration for Beyoncé’s Lemonade video. Centred on a frequently forgotten chapter of African-American history – the last bastions of Gullah culture (the Gullah were descendants of West African slaves) off the coast of South… read more
GQ’s resident athlete adventurer Ross Edgley completed an open-water swim with a tree trunk for company, raising lots for charity, but injuring himself in the process. No pain, no gain, he says. Here’s how he did it (we’re just not quite sure why…) By Ross Edgley Continue reading..
Céline ‘s handbag lineup has three speeds: weird runway stuff that’s only produced for a season, high-profile signature bags like the Luggage Tote and Trapeze Bag, and simple, functional workhorse bags like the Trio or Cabas Tote that embody the brand’s signature luxe minimalism and play key roles in the wardrobes of thousands of women. The third category isn’t as flashy as the first two, but it’s arguably when Céline is so beloved as a brand by bag lovers, and the newest entrant to the lineup is the Céline Soft Cube Bag, brand new for Fall 2017. The Soft Cube Bag is aptly named: the body of the bag is a 9″ by 9″ square (5″ deep), generally rendered in pliable calfskin on both the exterior and interior
Another dress code rule comes under attack, revealing that the burden does not fall only on women.
The beauty industry is always buzzing with interesting
We were recently reminded of the supreme excellence of Maria Shriver ‘s handbag collection when she carried a bright blue alligator Ralph Lauren Ricky Bag during a recent evening out on the town.
Exploring what you can’t easily do at home in an era of ever-more-sophisticated sheet masks and deep-cleaning products.
After seasons of dissecting and adorning his signature taut gray suits in elaborately staged spectacles in an industrial space in the north of Paris, Thom Browne decided to show his summer 2018 collection in the ritzy glass courtyard of the Ecole des Beaux Arts.
The title given to today’s Dior Homme show, Latenight Summer, seemed to refer more to the English-adopted French term soirée, than any late-night summer party we’ve been to. A parade of immaculate, painfully beautiful boys showed off artistic director Kris Van Assche’s impeccable tailoring skills.
September will mark ten years since Tim Henman’s retirement from tennis and the British will never forget this very talented athlete (even though he never won a Grand Slam) By Edward Tew Continue reading…
Pascal Deyrolle, the general manager of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, tells GQ everything you need to know about the most-famous railway journey in the world. By Becky Lucas Continue reading…
On the hottest day in Paris in 145 years, we stepped out 37-degree heat to find the Louis Vuitton spring 2018 menswear show under plastic sheeting at the magnificent Palais Royale. Before the show started everyone scuttled under the scarce shaded borders, fanning themselves and gulping the complimentary ice-cold water — a real tropical moment before Louis Vuitton’s menswear artistic director, Kim Jones, gave us his own tropical moment.
GQ brings you a hilarious extract from Danny Wallace’s new book I Can’t Believe You Just Said That! By Danny Wallace Continue reading…
When Larry Milstein, 22, and his sister Toby, 24, are not hobnobbing on the young socialite circuit, they hold séances in their family’s apartment.
What does the label even mean in a time of sexual fluidity? And what about the ‘bachelorette party’ problem?
A Smith College initiative called “Failing Well” is one of a crop of university programs that aim to help high achievers cope with basic setbacks.
LFWM SS18 illustrations By Angelo Mitakos Continue reading…
It’s the final day at Ascot. Don’t place a bet until you’ve checked with us first… By GQ Continue reading…
From Britain’s oldest pub to Michelin star chefs, GQ have found you the best pubs in Britain with vast beer gardens and seriously good food By GQ Continue reading…
Following her triumphant takeover of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, it seemed that Comme des Garçons’ Rei Kawakubo was ready to party and let her hair down at today’s Comme des Garçons Homme Plus show.