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Hands up if you only watch the Super Bowl for the American national anthem and the halftime show? Us too, and also for an annual real life sighting of the supermodel Gisele as she supports her husband, the record-breaking star New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady with their family. Although this year the 5 time world champions didn’t retain their trophy in Super Bowl LII as the so-called ‘underdogs’ Philadelphia Eagles beat them 41-33, with Brandon Graham's incredible strip-sack knocking the ball out of Brady’s hands. That’s a very rough summary of the actual American football played because we were most excited to see Justin Timberlake in his comeback gig, to crown the release of his new album 'Man of the Woods.' P!nk had wowed belting out ’The Star-Spangled Banner’ with the flu earlier on.  


Timberlake had a tough task following Lady Gaga’s epic performance last year and Beyonce’s stunning politically-charged rendition of ‘Formation’ the year before, and the talented singer-dancer didn’t quite reach the same heights. His mandate seemed to be family friendly rather than forward-thinking and so Timberlake dutifully delivered: slickly dancing his way through a medley of his greatest hits including ‘Rock your Body’ (which he did at his 2003 Super Bowl show with Janet Jackson that lead to #nipplegate), ‘Señorita’, ‘My Love’, ‘Sexy Back’, 'Cry me a River', ‘Suit and Tie’, ‘End of Time’ at a piano and ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ to close. 

There were no NSYNC, Janet Jackson or ‘Filthy’ robot appearances but plenty of backing dancers, a live brass band and a few sound issues; and Timberlake did pay tribute to the late Prince, as the game was being staged in his hometown Minnesota, by covering ‘I Would Die 4 U’. The late legendary artist was projected next to him as a video rather than a ‘demonic’ hologram and his fans weren’t happy as Prince reportedly didn’t like Timberlake. Unlike longterm Timberlake’s fans from his NSYNC and ‘Justified' days who voiced their approval on social media, but the whole thing did little to inspire a new generation, as the young man who got a selfie with Timberlake hinted by his actions.

What Timberlake wore also sparked plenty of debate and memes. Fresh out of Stella McCartney’s AW18 menswear collection (so not in stores yet) and in line with his new ‘country with R’n’b roots’ sound, he sported a deer scene shirt with a cameo splatter print and Prince of Wales check suit, a red bandana around his neck, a fringed leather jacket and chunky white Nike sneakers which looked like custom Jordans. GQ has full details/sketches and it was the most progressive thing about the performance- a fresh way to pull off clashing prints for men.

So if you want to, or you’d like your boyfriend to dress like Timberlake, admire his instagram shots in the gallery above, watch the halftime show here and then shop our edit of similar styles below. 

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These days it feels like it’s always fashion month somewhere and the Autumn Winter 2018 show season kicked off with menswear in London last weekend. That’s why hordes of very well-dressed men were flitting around the capital- to take in the shows- and in the absence of big names like Burberry and J.W.Anderson, emerging talent made big waves. 


According to British GQ and the men’s style press, the overarching theme seemed to be 'boys to men', as in the sharp tailoring, heritage fabrics and smarter, structured styles that the older men in your life would be drawn to vs the sporty streetwear and decorative denim for younger generations with their finger on the pulse. The brands to namecheck like you were there are: Craig Green, Christopher Raeburn, Astrid Andersen, Wales Bonner, Art School, Kurt & Curwen (part owned by David Beckham) and Tinie Tempah’s What We Wear brand. 

Since a lot of the AW18 clothes won’t be hitting stores for months, we thought we'd share 3 streetstyle trends to shop and rock immediately. Above, a gallery of noteworthy looks attendees wore and below, the edits. 

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It is a fact: sometimes the most difficult, strange, ugly and expensive clothes in the world of fashion is, at the same time, the ones that I want the most. And that has happened with Balenciaga sneakers that every time they go on sale, they sold out in a matter of minutes.Even limited editions of Nike last so little in the market. credits: GQ

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C’est dans le décor irréel de trois parcs nationaux américains, sous l’objectif du photographe Ryan McKinley, que Brad Pitt a choisi de se confier pour la toute première fois sur son année particulièrement difficile. Alcoolisme, séparation d’Angelina Jolie, accusations de maltraitance sur ses enfants…  C’est un portrait brut de l’acteur que nous livre le GQ américain. Décryptage. 


Alors que l’acteur de 53 ans se relève lentement de sa rupture très publique en septembre 2016 et de la perte temporaire de la garde de ses enfants, on apprend qu’il a élu residence dans l’ancienne maison familiale de Los Angeles. Les rires d’enfants ont laissé place à la quiétude et Brad Pitt vit désormais avec son bulldog un peu paresseux Jacques. 

Il se confie sur son nouveau passe temps, la sculpture, “une activité manuelle qui me fait du bien pour le moment” et se livre avec sincérité sur sa sobriété retrouvée. “Je n’arrive pas à me souvenir d’un jour depuis l’université où je n’ai pas bu ou fumé un pétard, ou autre chose. Je suis très heureux d’en avoir fini avec tout ça, ça fait six mois que je n’ai pas bu, c’est un peu doux-amer, mais j’ai retrouvé mes sensations.” Son substitut: le thé matcha et l’eau gazeuse. 

L’acteur avoue vivre la séparation d’Angelina Jolie comme un deuil, et rajoute “Il n’y a pas d’amour sans perte. C’est un package.” Dorénavant, la priorité est donnée au bien-être de ses enfants: “Les enfants son des êtres délicats, qui absorbent tout et ont besoin qu’on leur tienne la main, que les choses leur soient expliquées. Ils ont besoin d’écoute. Quand je me mets en mode boulot, je n’écoute pas. Je veux vraiment m’améliorer là-dessus”. 

Brad Pitt résume cette étape difficile avec ces quelques mots: “Pour moi, cette période était propice à regarder en face mes faiblesses et mes échecs et prendre mes responsabilités.” On lui souhaite de réussir!
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Charlotte Bailly
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Ce qu’on adore avec Alessandro Michele c’est que, véritable gourou de la mode, il n’en est pas victime. Sur ses défilés, dans ses campagnes, on est toujours heureux de ne pas voir l’ombre d’une Hadid ou Jenner. Ça change !


Jared Leto, Florence Welsh, Dakota Johnson, voilà les égéries de la maison Gucci. Des artistes accomplis, un peu décalés. C’est donc sans surprise que pour sa collaboration avec GQ, la marque a choisi Charlie Heaton pour la représenter. Vous avez certainement aperçu l’acteur anglais dans la série à succès Stranger Things, où il interprète le weirdo de la ville, photographe un peu voyeur mais bourré de charme.

Pour la série The Performers, le magazine GQ a demandé à différents artistes de faire découvrir un endroit qui leur tenait à coeur. Pour Heaton, la ville de New-York fait ressortir son côté romantique, rêveur. “Ça me donne envie d’être plus créatif. La beauté de la ville change constamment, c’est progressif.”

Découvrez la vidéo ci-dessus. 

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Psyche offers an online shopping experience like no other, with its hand-picked selection of over 200 established brands and emerging designers, including the likes of Moncler, Dries Van Noten, Paul Smith, Armani and many more. 

Their selection of luxury pieces have gained many an accolade, like that of FHM Magazine's Retailer of the Year and GQ Magazine's Best Menswear Shop! 

Shop their new season arrivals from Ted Baker, Michael Kors and more! Plus, enjoy FREE delivery on all SS17 products. Win win! 

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Get ready for some (more) Kardashian drama.


Kylie Jenner and her cosmetic brand are getting some serious competition from no other than her brother-in-law Kanye West. It seems like the music and fashion industry just aren’t enough for Kanye, who just filed legal documents to launch DONDA makeup. 

The brand, named after his late mother, will include perfumes, lotions and cosmetics. We wonder why the cosmetics market seems so appealing to him given that Kylie’s company earned only a modest $18 million in 2016… 

Now this only question is, who are we buying our next lip gloss from? We’re getting both of course!

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Tom Hiddleston has finally broken his silence on his relationship with Taylor Swift, in a candid interview with GQ. Read the following extract, and prepare to fall in love with Tom *even* more... 

“Taylor is an amazing woman,” reads the prepared statement Tom Hiddleston has memorized and is now giving me at The Bull & Last, where his voice has gone low. “She’s generous and kind and lovely, and we had the best time.” But I didn’t ask that, I say. I asked something else. 

So I wait, and he says, “Of course it was real.” 

“The truth is, it was the Fourth of July and a public holiday and we were playing a game and I slipped and hurt my back. And I wanted to protect the graze from the sun and said, ’Does anyone have a T-shirt?’ And one of her friends said, ’I’ve got this.’ ” 

The friend pulled out the "I ♥ T.S." tank top that Taylor’s friends are contractually obligated to own. “And we all laughed about it. It was a joke.” So that’s his statement on the entire relationship: an explanation of the tank top. “It was a joke,” he repeats. “Among friends.” 

“I have to be so psychologically strong about not letting other people’s interpretations about my life affect my life. A relationship exists between two people. We will always know what it was. The narratives that are out there altogether have been extrapolated from pictures that were taken without consent or permission, with no context. Nobody had the context for that story. And I’m still trying to work out a way of having a personal life and protecting it, but also without hiding. So the hardest thing is that that was a joke among friends on the Fourth of July.” 

He still isn’t looking at me. The last piece of my steak is now poised on his fork in mid-air. He is so sad, and I can’t take it anymore, so I put my hand on his and I say, “Tom, Tom, it’s okay. You don’t have to talk about the tank top anymore. I got it. I understand. I’ll tell the world.” 

But he can’t stop talking about it. He literally cannot stop talking about it. “I don’t know,” he says. “I just, I was surprised. I was just surprised that it got so much attention. The tank top became an emblem of this thing.” It’s hard to tell me this, he says. He wants to trust me. He wants to trust that the world won’t use this to embarrass him again, but he doesn’t know. He just knows it will follow him until he talks about it. And anyway, none of this has anything to do with the person he fell in love with. 

“I only know the woman I met. She’s incredible.” But, man, all those cameras. “A relationship in the limelight… A relationship always takes work. A relationship in the limelight takes work. And it’s not just the limelight. It’s everything else.” He wanted a regular relationship. So did she, he says she said. “So we decided to go out for dinner, we decided to travel.”   

See the photos from his GQ interview in the gallery above, and shop his look below...

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Khloe Kardashian has just killed another cover shoot, this time for GQ Germany. Seriously, that body tho. 


Khloe took to instagram to humblebrag captioning a picture from the shoot with "I really don't know what I did in my life to constantly be surrounded by such beautiful and talented people every single day! I'm blessed to call you all my friends!! @mrmikerosenthal your talent and vision always amazes me! How can someone be so kind, considerate, patient, creative and still have talent seeping out of his pores! We always create the best shoots when we are together because you make everybody feel so comfortable in front of your camera. Love you Mike". 

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Ryan Reynolds has just been made GQ's 'Man of the Year' and we couldn't be happier about it. His wit, sarcasm, intelligence and love for Blake means he has a very special place in our hearts. Read our highlights from his GQ interview below, and LOL at him interviewing himself as his 'twin brother' above...

"Why did it take Deadpool so long to happen? 

I've been on the train for 11 years trying to get it made. We did every iteration of that script we could to allow them to make the movie that looked vaguely like the movie we wanted to make.
  
You Trojan-horsed your Deadpool in through a regular superhero script. 

We thought, "Okay, if they let us do this, we'll actually shoot this and hopefully they won't notice." Once the test footage leaked, that created a groundswell of support. And the studio responded to that groundswell by saying, "Okay, here's the absolute bare minimum amount of money that we will give this character. Let us know when the movie's done." 

You played Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but it seemed like no one was happy with how that went. 

It was during a writers' strike, so all my dialogue in that movie I wrote. I mean, in the stage directions it just said, "Deadpool shows up, talks really fast, and makes a lot of jokes." At the beginning of that movie, that's pretty close to Deadpool's Wade Wilson—we're in the ballpark with that guy. But it completely departed all canon and reason, and he wound up being this abomination of Deadpool that was like Barakapool, with his mouth sewn shut and weird blades that came out of his hands and these strange tattoos and stuff like that. If you watch the movie, I'm actually playing only a small section, and another actor, this gifted stunt performer, is doing the lion's share of that work. The conversation at the time was "If you want to play Deadpool, this is your chance to introduce him. And if you don't want to introduce him in this fashion, we'll have someone else play him." 

That movie leaked online a month and a half before it was supposed to be released, and all these people saw it and were so upset about Deadpool. 

I was in Mexico with some friends, and I was called by the chief of the studio, who said, "You have to get on a plane right now. We need to re-shoot the very end of the movie." I was such a douche, because I was like, "I told you so." I still get angry, because I remember saying, "You know, there are more Deadpool fans out there than you realize, and they're not gonna be happy with this." I was met with a plausible reason, which was "We don't have enough time to develop a proper Deadpool suit and make him the fully realized version of the comic, so we're going with this." But I was like, "Then don't do it at all!" 

You've been obsessed with Deadpool for forever. You were literally talking about it when you were doing press for Green Lantern. 

It's like when your husband or wife is out there doing interviews and constantly batting their eyes about some other actor or actress—like, that's a problem. Right before I took Green Lantern, I wrote a letter to my executive at Fox saying, "I'm gonna take this movie Green Lantern if you guys aren't gonna make Deadpool. I'm at the altar, about to say 'I do' to somebody else, but tell me you want to spend the rest of your life with me, because I want to spend the rest of my life with you." And they said, "Unfortunately, we can't green-light that movie, and I don't think it's gonna ever get green-lit." So I was like, *Okay, I'm gonna go move on with my life, then, I guess.

It must have been unbelievably gratifying when Deadpool was a hit. When did you know? 

When the Thursday midnight numbers were so excessive that I just went, "Whoa." We made our production budget back on Friday. There's a certain vindication that comes with that, especially because the studio—granted, under different regimes—for years just kept telling us to go fuck ourselves sterile. 

Is Fox shoving money at you now? 

Are you insane? It's not like, "We really want to shoot this on $70 million," and they're like, "We insist: It's 150." That never happens, trust me. And the first time, it was almost like the more Fox took away from us, the stronger we got. There's two moments of the movie where I forget my ammo bag. That's not because Deadpool's forgetful. That's because we couldn't afford the guns that we were about to use in the scene. 

It sounds relentless. 

I felt like I was on some schooner in the middle of a white squall the whole time. It just never stopped. When it finally ended, I had a little bit of a nervous breakdown. I literally had the shakes. I went to go see a doctor because I felt like I was suffering from a neurological problem or something. And every doctor I saw said, "You have anxiety." 

But you are the film. 

It is genuinely like an alter ego I can turn on and off. 

Your life seems so good right now. Are you content, or are you like, "It's all downhill from here"? 

The needle doesn't move as much as you think it does—I really think that people just come down the chute a certain way. There's this idea that when somebody's just a miserable son of a bitch and they win the lottery, they're ecstatic for like six months, but when you catch up to them a year down the line, they're still a pessimistic person. And when a super-happy optimist loses everything in life, they just sort of figure it out and go back to their baseline. My baseline's pretty good, I think, aside from a few pretty intense anxiety hiccups over my life. I wouldn't say I'm quantifiably happier now than I was when I lived in my shithole studio apartment on Wilcox in Hollywood. I'm also old enough to understand what's an illusion and what's real, and that it's foolish to try to think that I can control anything from here on out. 

Very Zen. 

Undercut the Zen part with the same fears that everyone else has. But I wasn't a miserable fuck before I did this for a living, and I would hope that I would never turn into one, because I'm lucky. That's a Man of the Year quote right there. Jesus Christ. "

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There is not much about Donald Trump, the president-elect of the United States as of 9th November 2016, that is not well known in the public. But a lot of people don’t know much about his wife Melania, the First Lady to-be. 


Her background 
Born in Slovenia in 1970, Melania Trump used to be a model. She started her career at the young age of 16, after which she frequented the United States for modelling jobs. She has been on the cover of some of our favourite fashion magazines, including Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Vogue, GQ, and Sports Illustrated. 

How she met and married Donald Trump 
It is Melania's fashion career that led her to cross paths with Donald Trump. The two met at a New York Fashion Week party in 1998, and started dating soon after, and gathered media attention in the following year. In 2005, after getting engaged the previous year, the famous couple tied the knot. In 2006, Melania gave birth to their son, Barron Trump. 

Fun facts about her 
Melania is fluent in six languages—Slovene, English, Serbian, French, Italian, and German. 

Another interesting fact is that she will be the first First Lady of the US since the 1800s who was not born an American citizen. She only became an American citizen in 2006, a year after she married Trump. 

As for her personal style, Melania hugely favours the colour white, and is almost always seen in a white outfit whether formal or casual. Even her footwear is usually neutral in colour. She loves pointy-toed stilettos, which make her already miles-long legs look even longer! 

Shop her style below.

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Moustaches and beards have been a rage for the past several months, but it is November when this rage is at an all-time high, for it is not just November—its is Movember! 


Movember, or No-Shave November, is a movement that originated in 2004, and it involves men growing their facial hair throughout the month of November in order to raise awareness about various men's health issues, such as prostate cancer. 

So, to celebrate the start of the month of beards, here is a gallery of our favourite bearded Hollywood celebrities—Ben Affleck, Chris Evans, George Clooney, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Momoa, Jon Hamm, Kit Harington, and Tom Hardy. Who is your fave?

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