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Imagine going to work for four days and making 3 MILLION DOLLARS.
All products featured on GQ are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. When it comes to movie premiere dress codes, it would seem that—contrary to popular belief—Jon Snow actually knows everything. Opting for an autumnal-hued Percival polo and a pair of pressed tailored trousers, Kit Harington embodied an image of laidback luxury as he celebrated with cast and crew at the premiere party of his latest film Baby Ruby following the 2022 The Toronto International Film Festival.
The phrase “Six seasons and a movie” has long been a bittersweet one for fans of the cult sitcom Community. Sure, the show managed the six-seasons part of Abed’s prophecy (originally meant for the NBC superhero drama The Cape, which managed one season and zero movies), but the idea of an actual Community film always seemed remote. But more than seven years after the final episode aired, most of the study group is coming back to Greendale Community College.
Last night’s 74th Emmy awards opened with host Kenan Thompson declaring TV “the greatest invention of all time,” a medium that’s made books and even sex irrelevant by its greatness. That upbeat spirit carried over into the ceremony itself, from the intros to the speeches to the (sometimes endless-seeming) bits that padded the evening out. But it was hard to ignore some ominous, if sometimes unspoken, undercurrents to the night, even for its winners.
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Ross Lynch first gained notice for his roles on Disney Channel’s Austin & Ally and Teen Beach Movie, and is arguably best well-known for his portrayal of Harvey Kinkle, the heartthrob boyfriend to Sabrina Spellman in Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. But these days, Lynch has been making headlines for jumping on stage sans shirt while touring with his band The Driver Era. The pop group, which is comprised of Ross and his older brother, Rocky Lynch, is currently on tour across the United States and Canada, and their third studio album, Summer Mixtape, is out on September 16th.
In his daydreams, Snoopy took on many personas, almost all of them world-famous: the greatest living surgeon, a skilled WW1 fighter pilot, an arm wrestling champion, and the coolest most sunglasses-pulling-off creature on earth. Last year, watch designer George Bamford, along with the limited-edition team at watch publication and retailer Hodinkee, received an interesting Snoopy-related assignment: comb through the catalog of the famous cartoon dog’s alter egos, pitch their favorites, and decide which one belonged on the dial of an almost-$2,000 mechanical watch.
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Nowadays, new artists often try to flood fans with music, attempting to acquire an audience through pure saturation. But singer and songwriter Jesse Jo Stark has employed the opposite approach, meting out an EP and a slow string of singles over the last five years with the intentionality and precision of someone rationing water in a desert.
It’s hard to imagine Björk doing the mundane things the rest of us do. But like many people, the artist spent portions of the last two years working on a podcast with two longtime friends—a pandemic project, you might say. This being Björk though, the pandemic project...
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Big news in luggage: Ryan Gosling is the face of Gucci's new Valigeria campaign, which is centered around its travel gear, and will be seen on billboards popping up across the planet as you read this. Shot by photographer Glen Luchford, Gosling is seen with different pieces from the brand's “Gucci Savoy” collection. In one image he's pushing a Gucci luggage-stacked bell boy trolley, The Darjeeling Limited-style, while sporting a '70s-style, waist-cinched suit; in another, he's seen in a Hawaiian shirt from Gucci's Spring 2022 collection (worn by Macaulay Culkin on the catwalk, and already seen on Gosling on the red carpet) surrounded by GG monogrammed suitcases and carry-on bags (all of which will be available to shop in due course). Elsewhere he can be seen sitting on the back of a Chevy in a striped suit and a retro-infused skinny tie.
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