Inside the Social World of Shift-Scheduling Apps

Zoom fatigue, layoffs in Slack chat, reply-all meltdowns and the general destruction of work-life boundaries: The digitized plight of the white-collar office employee, 9-to-5-ing remotely, has been documented extensively.

In non-white-collar industries, hit even harder by the pandemic — small businesses like restaurants, bars and independent retailers — managers have spent much of this year dealing with more immediate and brutal dilemmas, making major staff cuts and furloughs, navigating complicated loan applications and weighing closures both temporary and permanent. Their employees, many unable to collect unemployment benefits that are now running out anyway, are not only eager for work but also

Collina Strada 2020: Finally, Someone Made a Fashion Week Video That Feels Like a Ketamine Trip on a Farm!

We’re decidedly not digital Fashion Week haters over at GQ, but many of the video presentations have been a little…tasteful. You know: the camera caressing a beige knit while a totally intense part of a Bach partita plays… Some guy talking about pinch pots and craftsmanship… It’s all very beautiful, but it gets a little stale.

So imagine my excitement when Collina Strada, creators of downtown environmentalist-club-kid clothes, headed by Hillary Taymour, released a video for New York Fashion Week designed to disturb. Finally! A brand made a fashion video that feels like a ketamine trip on a …

The Hosts of ‘Back Issue’ Want to Throw It Back

Remember when watching the sitcoms “Martin” and “Living Single” or the variety show “In Living Color” meant that it was the end of the day and it was time to have a laugh? Or when Tyra Banks gave her now iconic “We were rooting for you!” rant on “America’s Next Top Model?”

On “Back Issue,” a podcast produced by Pineapple Street Studios, Tracy Clayton, 38, and Josh Gwynn, 32, rewind to some of the pop culture moments they have always wanted to know more about, with an authority on the episode at their side.

During the first episode, which premiered

Getting to Know Model, Influencer and Brand Ambassador VM the Model: His Smart-Casual Style, Acting in ‘Fast and Furious 6’ and More!

When the global pandemic known as COVID-19 began, many was drastically affected by it business wise. However, model and influencer VM The Model took the time in “quarantine” to boost his growing Instagram account and secure more collaborations with brands.

It’s time to get acquainted with VM The Model, London’s award-winning model, social media influencer, brand ambassador, and actor who happens to be one of the top growing social media entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom. With over 17,000 followers on his Instagram account, VM the Model utilizes his social media presence to boost his various brand partnerships along with raising …

Fashion Month Is Happening! Really. Probably? Maybe.

Here’s a very opinionated guide for what to watch, where to watch it, where to buy and what the heck is going on.

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This is a season like no other. If the last set of digital shows/music videos/perfume ads/lookbooks, in July, was a kind of bookmark — a place holder for an industry during a pandemic — it has dawned on all of us that rather than an interregnum, this may be the normal, at least for the foreseeable future.

Now the whole idea of

The Best Fall Boots for Under $200

Fall boots are a hell of a drug. The right pair can turn you into a fashion guy in the blink of an eye. They can establish your rockstar cred or beef up your corner office ensembles. Problem is, like most drugs, they can also be pretty dang expensive. But not always. We took the liberty of rounding up the finest bang-for-your-buck fall boots for all tastes and needs—from slick weekday brogues to beefy weekend work boots.

All products featured on GQ are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn

Auction Prices That Take Your Breath Away

Sale prices that wildly exceed expectations give a jolt of excitement to art auctions. In the prepandemic days of live audiences, a gasp from the crowd might be heard. Though much of the action has moved online, those moments can still send ripples through the art world.

In the last few years, a wave of energy has emanated from a group of 40-and-under contemporary artists whose work has rocketed to enormous prices soon after their first appearance in sales at the big auction houses — in some cases before they have had solo museum shows or passed other milestones on

The 10 Best-Dressed Men of the Week

Whether 2020 is bringing out your minimalist side or your wildest fashion instincts, we’re all in this—and our face masks—together. Here are the biggest fits of the week coming to you from Venice Film Festival, the NBA bubble, and a house party in Texas. 

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Jacob Elordi

What we sincerely hope we look like when we roll out of the house in a truly haphazard combination of athletic wear and vintage.

Dev Hynes

Wearing a shirt, tie, and slacks on a Citi Bike in the late summer heat? That’s a big fit. 

Justin Bieber

When your accessories are a …

Yes, Yohji Yamamoto x Supreme Is Actually Happening

In late August, rumors began spinning through the voluble Supreme social media rumor mill that the streetwear powerhouse would soon release a collection with the legendary Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto. Now, after weeks of speculation, it is confirmed: Yohji Yamamoto is Supreme’s latest collaborator.

“A master craftsman with a rebellious spirit, Yohji’s transformative impact is felt far beyond the runway,” an announcement on Supreme’s website states, describing his “masterful draping and playful androgyny.” The collection, which will be available on Thursday, September 17 (and the 19th in Japan), is heavy on outerwear, with a leather jacket, work jacket, and parka, …

You Ask, We Answer! Naturi Naughton Rocked a $3,950 Balmain Dress on Sunday Night’s Episode of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’

Everyday, our inbox is flooded with wardrobe queries on celebrities from regular street style to television shows. For our latest “You ask, We answer”, a reader expressed, “Hello Fashion Bomb, I need your held finding this dress. My bday is approaching, please help!”

No problem! Naturi Naughton was spotted on last night’s episode of Power Book II: Ghost as her character Tasha St. Patrick in a $3,950 Balmain draped crepe and polka dot tulle dress while attending the funeral of the character known as Ghost. This look was styled by show’s costume designer, Frank Fleming.

Shop the dress on Balmain’s …