It’s a déjà vu moment as Sean O’Pry and Ollie Edwards star in a story entitled Business Class for GQ Germany. The editorial brings to mind a similar one of the same title, which ran in a 2005 L’Uomo Vogue. Bringing fashion full circle, photographer Giampaolo Sgura offers a fresh spin as he collaborates with… [Read More]
Tobias Frericks - Stylist
Tobias Frericks is a stylist and the fashion director of GQ Germany. The stylist is known for his clean, classic approach to styling menswear. Frericks has styled everything from covers to editorials. The stylist's work includes cover shoots with actors such as Daniel Radcliffe, Ethan Hawke, Tobey Maguire, and Ashton Kutcher.
GQ Style Germany taps Beauty and the Beast star Luke Evans as its latest cover subject. Boo George photographs the actor in a dapper tuxedo look for the new cover. Meanwhile, stylist Tobias Frericks pulls together contemporary fashions from the likes of Prada and Sunspel for the accompanying story. Related: Luke Evans Covers Essential Homme,… [Read More]
GQ Style Germany enjoys a moment of nostalgia with its fall-winter 2016 issue. Clément Chabernaud returns to the pages of the magazine after a prior editorial. Channeling the grace, poise, and humor of 1920s film stars, Clément dons this season’s best suiting. Related: Clément Chabernaud Embraces Tranquil Mood for Missoni’s Fall Campaign Photographer Daniel Riera… [Read More]
Ashton Kutcher is the man of the season as he covers the fall-winter 2016 edition of GQ Style Germany. The American actor and entrepreneur is photographed by Cedric Buchet for the outing. Bringing his cheeky charm to the cover image, Kutcher is pictured in a sharp smoking jacket, with a black kitten resting on his… [Read More]
Model Caspar Oechsler stars in a memorable editorial for the pages of GQ Germany’s December 2015 issue. Caspar is photographed alongside a variety of animals in a story entitled Wild Things. Captured by the lens of photographer Philippe Vogelenzang, Caspar is styled by Tobias Frericks. Closing out the year in formal ensembles, Caspar puts his… [Read More]