magazine ∣ Dec 01 2020 · British GQ
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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.
The battle for London’s future
Details • This month: From home startup to 50 million users: here’s how p.43 Art or criminology? Forensic Architecture builds the case p.50 Trump was right (wait, hear us out…) p.60
Emma Corrin is bringing Princess Diana to a new generation • Netflix’s all-conquering royal spectacle returns, with the People’s Princess taking centre stage like never before…
Jaeger-LeCoultre’s DIVE WATCH does things differently • The Polaris Mariner is a new take on an innovative piece from the past
For your next holiday, let the States come to you… • The NoMad London brings a dose of luxe New York escapism to the capital
Forget triathlons. For high-flying fitness freaks, it’s all about ‘Everesting’ • The c-suite’s new physically punishing fad is apt for high climbers
Open up with eyes wide shut • In a digital exhibit for mental health charity Mind, photographer Ray Burmiston explores the power of the moment before the shot
The secrets of my success
Does it matter if Boris Johnson is useless? • Attacks on the PM’s bumbling persona play into the hands of his government, where mistakes are not ineptitude, but policy. The question is: whose?
Check, please • From gingham to windowpane, big bold checks are the order of the season
Travis Scott will not be second-guessed. It’s his Astroworld. We’re all just living in it
Can an architecture studio shed new light on a police shooting? • Questions still surround the death of Mark Duggan in 2011 and Forensic Architecture is using ‘spatial research’ to investigate…
Enter, the ALL-TERRAIN loafer • Right now, it’s all about shoes that can be worn as easily at home as they can in the big, bad world
Want the wardrobe of a Renaissance prince? Let Dolce & Gabbana show you why this year, yes, you do
The DEATH of the SUIT? DON’T believe the rumours • In fact, dressing up has become more important than ever
Does your go-to scent last all day? It does now… • Still piddling around with flighty eau de toilettes? Finished yet another bottle of cologne? Pack a punch with Boss’ new, long-lasting Bottled eau de parfum and ensure your sillage stays the course
Has TRUMP been a better president than you think? • In years to come, when historians take a dispassionate look at the past four years, some will argue America’s policy record has not been without merit…
Five #blackowned grooming brands you need to know about • Whatever your skin type, these great products deserve a place in your bathroom cabinet
Rock’n’rodeo • Big-buckle belts, denim-a-plenty and Cuban heel boots, this Autumn/Winter, DSquared2 makes the case for going west with your wardrobe
We know good music when we SEE it • And that’s thanks to the designer who’s been redefining album sleeves since 1983
Winter-proof your wardrobe • Upgrade your look this season with the ultimate skate shoe, the coolest watch collaboration or cosy layers with a sporty edge
Go bold with Boss • The German brand has put the volume of statement accessories on full blast
You can’t argue with Dr Rosena Allin-Khan • Having worked on the Covid front line, Labour’s shadow minister and medic has a warning for Matt Hancock – and she’s not about to mind her ‘tone’
Cars • This month: Rolls-Royce exchanges trademark silver for golden silence in a spirited new Ghost; the other ‘JB’ in the GQ world picks Bond’s best cars; Volvo e-spinoff Polestar is on the charge
Rolls-Royce just staged a quiet...