Noah Mills Covers GQ Style Mexico in Dolce & Gabbana

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Published April 4, 2013

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Updated June 26, 2016

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Lesson of Style–Leading model Noah Mills fronts the April 2013 cover of GQ Style Mexico showing off his more polished facet in a sartorial Dolce & Gabbana two-piece suit, matched with a crisp cotton shirt and a silk tie. The WhyNot model poses for John Russo’s lens, with styling by Heidi Meek, for a simple covers that focuses the attention on Noah’s impeccable style. / Grooming by Laly Zambrana. Production by Alfonso Parra and Daniel Argüelles.


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