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Gerst, now entering the home stretch of the SVA Fashion MPS program in New York, shot a short promotional video to accompany the story (watch below), and is beginning work on his first volume of an over-sized limited edition magazine with tentative publication date December 2013 by Baron & Finch.
Paul Walker (looks HOT in his glasses) shows you how to bring some life to your business wardrobe in the latest issue of GQ magazine and briefly touches on "the undeniable glories of blowing-shit-up-good."
"There's a certain genre that I tapped into when I started, one that combined action and pop culture," he says. "I love that audience, because they love movies. They get so fired up. They're not critics. They just enjoy it. They just enjoy what I do."
Star Trek's Chris Pine takes one of GQ's five covers for December 2009. Leading men, athletes, and news-makers headline GQ's annual Men of the Year issue, honoring Pine as "Breakout of the Year".
The four other covers go to: Barack Obama - "Leader of the Year", Clint Eastwood - "Icon of the Year", Tom Brady - "Comeback of the Year", and The Hangover Guys, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zack Galifiankis for "Funnymen of the Year".
Visit GQ.com for more...including tomorrow's sexy photos of their "Obsession of the Year", as well as exclusive videos, photos, and blog dispatches from the 2009 Men of the Year bash in Hollywood.
Jon Gosselin's bff, fashion designer Christian Audigier, is the 'Emperor du Fromage' in the October 2009 issue of GQ magazine. The anti-fashion week piece by Devin Friedman shines a sharp, funny and focused light on fashion's head 'cheese' and the glittery, tattoo-y, over-the-top "schlock" he's schlepping to his countless 'followers' (including infamous reality stars who are only famous because of people continually complaining that they shouldn't be famous).
Here's a few choice words from one of the most successful men in fashion (and from one of the least respected):
On marketing his schlock: “The marketing is more important than the product. People are followers. They want to be attributed to a certain style. Is not me making the rules, is reality. Is the reality.”
On his clothes being '“too L.A.” in that kind of off-duty-stripper way.': “That’s good. The strip club is full of people! I know all of them when I go over there. Who don’t go to strip club when they are in L.A. or in whatever city? Las Vegas. I believe there’s no bad people.”
On being 'different' than other designers: “My demo is tabloid magazine. Because what they say they hate, I love. They say they hate it but they always looking at it. We all look at OK! magazine. We pretend to don’t be. But we all want to see.”
Josh Hartnett covers the Autumn/Winter issue of Germany's GQ Style mag. Why on earth they covered up that beautiful face with all that text is beyond me. I never realized he had such a cute little freckled nose. CLICK HERE for the larger images.
True Blood's Ryan Kwanten is "Rough, Tough, Rugged" - and shirtless - in the September 09 issue of GQ. Ryan also sports Fall's durable pieces for the cold, wet months ahead.
In season one of HBO's True Blood, Ryan had sex by a Dumpster, suffered a drug-induced perma-erection, was accused of murdering four women, and got swept up by a religious cult. Oh, and he was naked (at least partially) in eleven of twelve episodes. 'I led the way in the sexual-shenanigans department in the first season," says the 32-year-old Australian native.' However, Kwanten says, 'This season, Anna Paquin is far more naked than I am."
Brand-spankin-newly-married Channing Tatum is GQ's cover hottie for August 2009. The construction worker-turned-perfume spritzer-turned-model-turned-actor is being called the 'next big thing,' Step(ping) Up and out of the tween zone and in to grown-up movies.
On Step Up and Coach Carter: He calls them “tweeners—you know, those midlevel-budget movies that just kinda do good.”
And on On G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (releasing August 7th): “This is, like, my first step out into the whole commercial realm. I hope it does okay.”
Sacha Baron Cohen (a.k.a. BRÜNO) is A MAN AMONG MEN for GQ's July issue. Posing completely nude, BRÜNO answers today's burning questions: Is it okay for a guy to manscape?; Should a gentlemen ever go “commando?”; And what about nostril hair. Should one continue to trim, or is there a better solution? The gayest Austrian fashion journalist answers frankly, humorously, and in his gay German accent of course. MORE PICS on the next page.
New NY Jets quarterback, Mark Sanchez, is featured in the current edition of GQ mag - trying on 'timelessly cool beachwear of the '70s...swim trunks, So-Cal-style tanks, and zip-front windbreakers. In a short interview with GQ's Daniel Riley, Sanchez discusses leaving USC for the NFL, his new teammates, and his day at the beach with supermodel Hilary Rhoda. MORE PHOTOS after the jump.