GQ magazine sent Lauren Greenfield to China for a feature on the newly ultra-rich, a project for which she shot photographs and directed a Web series titled “The Bling Dynasty: China’s Wealthiest 1 Percent.” “These people [are] not merely wealthy,” writes Devin Friedman, GQ‘s director of editorial projects. “… We’re talking dislocating, alien, dehumanizing amounts […]
Lauren Greenfield documents “The Bling Dynasty: China’s Wealthiest 1 Percent” in photos and Web series for GQ
Michael Muller photographs “Terminator: Genisys” star Jason Clarke for GQ Australia’s “Men of the Year” issue
GQ has collaborated with the Museo Del Traje in Madrid for an exhibition that looks back on men’s fashion over the past two decades, as well as male identity. The show, “Man in Progress,” features photographs by Guzman, Paolo Roversi, Peggy Sirota, and Inez & Vinoodh, among others. Below, Guzman’s images from the exhibition, which […]
Dove, whom Nadav photographed for the October issue, held the title of Professor of Perfume during his 20 years at Guerlain and was the first perfumer to be asked to open a shop at Harrods, notes the magazine. Read more in “How to Smell Like a God” at gq.com. . . Credits photo director: Krista […]
. Read a preview of the interview with Lineker, which appears in the September issue, here. . .
Jason Statham is known for his tough-guy roles in the Expendables and Fast & Furious franchises, and that attitude definitely comes through in these portraits shot by Jeff Lipsky for French GQ‘s September issue. Of course, Jeff being Jeff, he also got a nice smile out of Statham… . . .
For the new issue of GQ, Art Streiber photographs the cast of “Silicon Valley” playing dodgeball and Kevin Hart in platform shoes. Plus, watch Art’s video Q&A with Hart
The comedy issue of GQ, which spotlights “The 15 Funniest People Alive,” features two shoots by Art Streiber: the cast and creator of the HBO series Silicon Valley in a dodgeball scenario and comedian Kevin Hart in three humorous setups: wearing platforms for the print edition and, for the tablet, wearing a custom grill in […]
The gap between how much time men versus women need to get ready in the morning is about to get a little smaller. The April issue of GQ reports that big brands like Tom Ford and Clinique are targeting males with beauty products traditionally associated with the ladies—concealers, bronzers, and eye gels, for example. Stockland […]