Keeping abreast of what’s going on at New York Fashion Week can be a daunting task, even if you’re actually there. To make everyone’s lives easier, we’ve picked out our favorite fashion week sources so you’ll be guaranteed the best coverage first thing. More
While I’m not sure how I feel about doughnut orgies, I think I will take them over profiles filled to the brim with words only used to describe women any day. More
The always delightful GQ has invented eyebrow plucking. Today. More
When we heard Damien Hirst was going to be shooting Rihanna for the cover of GQ for the magazine’s 25th anniversary, we suspected she would wind up naked and covered in prescription pills or polka dots or something. The truth is so much worse. More
We have covered so many Robyn Lawley goings on over the last few years–we first saw her on Vogue Italia’s landmark plus size cover (which still draws groans and gushing praise in equal measure), then she started nabbing solo covers left and right. A straight size lingerie campaign followed and an even landmark-ier campaign spot as the first plus-sized face of Ralph Lauren. Through it all, she’s handled the bullshit with grace and poise.
But as famous as she is among fashion bloggers and people who follow the modeling industry, Lawley has been completely ignored by men’s media. More
Russell Brand is the type of guy that you give an award to and then he calls out your past Nazi ties, and I f*cking love him for it. More
I guess I kind of gave the game away with that title, but what the eff is Anna Kendrick wearing on her cover spread for GQ Magazine? I’m no fashion expert (said the grown woman wearing jeans and Converse at her office), but I have yet to come up with any true use for studded underoos other than the one Anna is presenting here, which is studied wall-lounging. More
In the latest issue of GQ, Elisabeth Moss (a.k.a. Peggy Olsen from Mad Men) is profiled in the typical GQ way. They describe her as their “favorite workplace vixen,” which makes me think they’ve never actually watched an episode of Mad Men. She poses in her underwear, talks about a sex scene on her excellent-sounding new show Top Of The Lake (they had me at “Twin Peaks“), and…plays a nice little game of “Fuck, Marry, Kill” with the men of Sterling Cooper. More
Look, personally, I don’t think male shopaholics deserve to be objects of ridicule. I think that is something reserved exclusively for Buzz Bissinger. I think that largely because his GQ piece on his penchant for buying leather jackets reads like the parts of American Psycho that Bret Easton Ellis must have written when he was most hungover. I mean, look at this stuff. Just look. You cannot tell them apart. In fact, I challenge you to tell them apart. Now. Go. To try to keep them as anonymous as possible, I’m just going to put American Psycho screengrabs with all the quotes, but if you prefer to imagine Buzz Bissinger looking hilarious and pointing at the screen, you can. And answers are at the end! More
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As you already know, Beyonce has been dubbed ‘sexiest woman of the century’ by the sentient penis that controls GQ. But did you know there are 99 runners-up who are worthy of the male gaze as well? It’s true! More
Yesterday, a crummy cell phone shot of an alleged upcoming GQ cover leaked, starring Beyonce, or perhaps more accurately, Beyonce’s hips and “underboob.” Turns out it’s the February issue and we can have a better look now. More
2013 feels like an odd time to pick the “Sexiest Women of the Century,” doesn’t it? More
Charles put his fine-lipped crystal whiskey glass down on his mirrored side table and sighed. The Vermont-milled whiskey stones sat slowly defrosting in the empty glass, staring accusingly up at him.
How many personal leather-bound shaving kits did a man with only one face need, he wondered. Was thirty enough? Forty? More
What kind of event is it when even Diane Kruger disappoints? More