You’re late to the party if you don’t yet know Versace and H&M are doing a joint collection.
The masters of excess and keeping your wallet full — respectively — are putting together something spectacular. It’s available only in select stores (Toronto’s Queen West included, according to reports) on November 19th.
Expect the most beautiful people Toronto has to offer competing for a spot in line. It will be mayhem. And yes, you want this amazing blazer — also available in David Guetta cerise.
It’s an old song, but Renzetti’s right. Illegal immigrants make our society go ‘round, and without them our countries fail. We need to be reminded of this often, or at least until it sticks.
Maybe it’s about time we give these people real and social rights (without holding a grudge!) rather than calling our hardest working fellow human beings “lazy job thieves.” I don’t remember ever encountering an unenterprising person willing to do work others aren’t.
Also see GQ’s feature on America’s immigrant labourers: http://www.gq.com/news-politics/big-issues/201110/illegal-immigration-issue-blueberry-fruit-farmers-gq-october-2011
I think we can all agree the most beautiful in the women in the world have a bit of what us Poles term “ciało,” or “body.” So why does “tiny” continue to be such a high compliment for women? Katrina Onstad wrote a column saying exactly what many of us have been thinking, especially those of us who work in retail selling clothes to women.
Now, it wouldn’t be a bad idea for someone to look at men — our body image is a bit of a complicated matter. We hate being seen as skinny, and today’s masculine ideals pressure us to have mass. But if men get too big, we risk feeling either too jacked or too fat, even if we’re all muscle. What’s the right balance to strike for us guys?
This is a feature I wrote during my MAJ program. Publishers don’t want to take a chance on an unproven writer, so I use it as a work sample. I tweak it a little bit every time the mood strikes me.
There’s something about Brazilian girls that is undeniably sexy. Hell, they have the market cornered on sexy. Even the way they say “sexy” is sexy. So it comes as no surprise that Victoria’s Secret’s angel Izabel Goulart calls São Paulo home. Nor is it surprising that I want a damn job at GQ already, because the lucky bastard that interviewed Ms. Goulart has definitely got it made.