New York City Boy: James for British GQ Style

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Published April 15, 2020

Photos by Alexi Lubomirski
Styling by Luke Day

A “New York City Boy” for a day, James Turlington takes a fashion-forward turn for his latest story. Embracing a bold spring wardrobe, James explores the Big Apple for British GQ Style. Alexi Lubomirski photographs James for the magazine’s spring-summer 2020 issue. Meanwhile, Luke Day brings an exciting flair to the GQ with a fun mix of prints from Dior Men. Taking in the sights, James peacocks in statement shirts, jackets, and more. Kim Jones makes quite the splash as Dior logos contribute to in-your-face fashions.

Hair by Matthew Tuozzoli
Makeup by Mariko Arai

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