• Captain Sir Tom Moore Is GQ's Oldest – And Most Dapper – Cover Star

    The second world war veteran and charity hero looks the boss in a Hugo Boss suit.

  • Serena Williams' GQ Woman of the Year cover called 'weird AF' by Twitter users

    "Okay but why is woman in quotation marks."

  • GQ's idea of 'stocky' riles up Twitter users

    A GQ photo accompanying an article recommending swim shorts to men of 'stocky' builds is receiving the brunt of Twitter ridicule.

  • GQ pokes fun at Vanity Fair’s photoshop fail with latest cover

    The magazine's annual comedy issue teases the rival publication for its embarrassing photoshop mishap.

  • Matt Smith, Brooklyn Beckham and Harry Styles make GQ's best dressed men of 2018 list

    Yes, it’s that time of year again. British men’s magazine GQ has revealed its list of the best dressed men of 2018.And it’s bound to strike debate.Matt Smith has taken the crown this year as he garnered the top spot for his sharp tailored suits and innate ability to tackle red carpet appearances with ease.While rapper ASAP Rocky came in second for his love of high fashion labels (note: he’s a walking Gucci advert) and renowned sports-luxe aesthetic.But our favourite nominee? Harry Styles gained third place and we’re hardly surprised, as his seventies wardrobe received as many handclap emojis of praise as his debut solo album. Seriously, nobody can rock a floral suit/pussybow blouse combo quite like him…But the publication also took the opportunity to name and shame the worst dressed men of 2018 with Kit Harington taking home the prize for the most uninspiring wardrobe.Take a look at the top ten male fashion muses of 2018 above.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The most memorable red carpet looks of 2017The most popular fashion trends of 2017From the Beckhams to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: The best dressed celebrity couples of 2017

  • Bella Thorne tells GQ not to Photoshop her racy new shoot

    Bella Thorne's not the first celebrity to call out the retouching practice.

  • Cara Delevingne almost reveals all for futuristic GQ cover

    The ex-model has left the fashion industry behind.

  • Brad Pitt poses up a storm for GQ Style in first interview since Angelina Jolie split

    The 53-year-old actor opens up about his battle with alcohol and losing his family.

  • Salma Hayek, 50, looks seriously sexy in nothing but a lace bralette on the cover of GQ Mexico

    With her hair falling suggestively in loose waves over one of her eyes and clad in nothing but a sexy, sheer lace bralette, Salma Hayek is proving that age certainly doesn’t have to be a barrier to beauty as she appears looking absolutely smokin’ on the cover of GQ Mexico. Obviously proud of being chosen to front the 10th birthday anniversary issue of the fashion mag, Salma recently shared an image of the sensational cover shot with her 2.1m followers on Instagram.

  • Kim Kardashian Covers ‘GQ’ in Just a Coat

    She’s one part pin-up, one part film-noir femme fatale, and utterly jaw-dropping in this video shot by photographers Mert & Marcus. On her first cover for GQ, the reality star’s naked save for a carefully placed leather jacket.

  • Just Taylor Swift Being Sexy on a Beach Somewhere

    Taylor Swift is cute — she loves cats, enjoys knitting, and quite nights at home cooking for her friends and boyfriend — but for GQ’s November issue, the magazine tried to get the singer to break out of that shell (one made of rainbows and love) by dressing her in bathing suits and asking her to writhe around in the sand.  While the 1989 star strips down, she’s still the same through and through and as the feature story notes, there is a perpetual sense that nothing about her career is accidental and that nothing about her life is unmediated.  Taylor Swift in high-waisted shorts and a sheer shirt. Photography by Michael Thompson “I would see these bands that were doing so well, and I’d wonder what went wrong. So self-awareness has been such a huge part of what I try to achieve on a daily basis.

  • New MINI Clubman revealed on Carnaby Street

    Since the marque's rebrand in 2001, MINI has been positioned as a style icon – and the launch of the new Clubman has taken that one step further. MINI chose to unveil the latest model in its range during the GQ Style Night Out, at

  • GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2015: Sharp Suits And Plunging Necklaces Steal The Spotlight

    GQ’s annual awards bash is always a favourite for keen fashion followers, offering up plenty of snapshots of dapper dudes and dazzling dresses. And this year didn’t disappoint. The likes of Daisy Lowe, Erin O’Connor, Emilia Clarke and Jodie Kidd wowed onlookers in their evening attire, as they took to the red carpet at the Royal Opera House in London. Let us know your favourite look by tweeting @YahooStyleUK.

  • How Our Favorite Magazines Have Evolved With the Times

    Decades ago — and for some, over a century ago — magazines like Cosmopolitan, Vanity Fair, Seventeen, Vogue, and GQ were already on newsstands, but you wouldn’t recognize them. Blogger Karen X. Cheng and graphic designer Jerry Gabra recently compiled magazine covers across each decade — as far back as the 1900s — giving us a succinct summary of how some of our favorite periodicals have evolved over time. Cosmopolitan was actually founded as a family magazine in 1866, re-emerged as a literary journal in the 1900s, and became a women’s magazine in the 1960s.

  • Philanthropist of the Year award given to Tony Blair: why?

    The GQ Men of the Year award ceremony is usually largely about the man crowned Legend of the Year. However, last night's Legend, Van Morrison, will have to learn to live with the fact that his achievement was entirely overshadowed by an

  • Hamilton raises eyebrows with 'garish' outfits

    According to some sections of the media, Lewis Hamilton has kicked off 2012 on the wrong foot. The former world champion had a tumultuous 2011 season both on and off the circuit but has vowed to return at full speed this

  • Osborne hits a new low at GQ awards

    George Osborne certainly made an impression at last night's GQ magazine awards. Picking up the award for Politician of the Year – of which more later ­ – he cracked a crude gag which misread his hosts an audience