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There comes a time in any Harry Potter star’s life when they wish to shed their magic-wand yielding, evil-defeating persona. For Emma Watson it’s evident in her latest turn as a pole-dancing bad girl in Sophia Coppola’s The Bling Ring. GQ got Watson into character for their May 2013 cover, on which she wears a cutaway dress, hoop earrings and Ben Amun neon rubber bangles.
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British GQ gave Lana Del Rey their high honor of ‘Woman of the Year’ for 2012. As for their reasoning, well they said it best: “Having provoked equal amounts of debate and outrage throughout an incredible year, she fufills one of the key requirements for any good pop star: she gets talked about.” The title is celebrated in true GQ fashion: with a cover and…
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So popular has the high slit dress been for spring that it’s set to make more than a mark on fall 2012 fashion as well. A draped, Grecian-inspired interpretation has an undying appeal – a fact GQ UK played to with their latest cover of Claire Danes.
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A smokey-eyed, bikini-clad Mila Kunis covers the August 2012 issue of GQ Russia. The styling difference between this and her Elle UK cover for the same month is quite vast – both striking, but one aimed at a female market, one at male. It’s not hard to tell which is which.
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There’s another side to the controversial story of GQ photoshopping Irina Shayk naked: the magazine’s. Their take? She was naked, posed willingly, that no contract stated she had final say on the pictures used, and that any suggestion to the contrary is both a lie and slander. The crux of GQ Spain’s retort is after the jump.
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