To celebrate GQ’s 60th birthday, we teamed up with the ultimate men’s style magazine for a collection of exclusives you aren’t going to find anywhere else: sixty utterly unique, one-of-a-kind finds, handpicked by our Fashion Office and GQ’s elite editorial squad.
It’s the fine points that set this suit apart. The exclusive shadow plaid pattern is a subtle break from traditional stripes and solids, the fit is spot-on—it’s modern but not too narrow—and the new stretch fabric is ideal for business-class travel.
In New York with GQ
You don’t need a nomination to party like a rock star during the GRAMMY® Awards in NYC next year. GQ created an exclusive weekend getaway that includes hotel accommodations for two in New York, a VIP shopping spree at Bloomingdale’s with the magazine’s executive stylist and two tickets to GQ’s GRAMMY® After-Party. Just don’t forget to thank us in your acceptance speech.
A Canada Goose coat is always going to be the warmest thing you own, but with a custom gray coyote-fur trim added to the hood of a weather-busting parka, this exclusive could also be the coolest thing in your closet.
This is a very big deal: GQ’s special-edition L.L. Bean tote is highly coveted among fashion insiders and has never been available to the public. Until now. Recast in a tonal camo—with six different archival GQ logo options—and coated with a water-resistant layer inside, this version is sturdier, more durable and totally exclusive to Bloomingdale’s.
The prepster-in-chief goes double black diamond on fall’s retro-ski trend with this impressive set of exclusives, featuring a Fair Isle zip-front sweater and matching skull cap, tapered cargo cords and even a cool collegiate stripe rally scarf.
Ace Low-Top Sneakers
Gucci doesn’t hold anything back on these head-turning court sneakers embellished with beaded arrows, the brand’s trademark Web stripe and shiny snakeskin heel tabs in an exclusive-to-Bloomingdale’s color.
Camouflage Field Jacket
Camo field jackets may have originally been for blending into your surroundings, but a modern geometric spin on the pattern makes this exclusive version better for subtly standing out.
The upside-down “A” on this sweatshirt may look irreverent, but it actually refers to vente par correspondance—that means “sell by mail” in French, a reference to A.P.C.’s origins as a mail-order company.
Wool & Cashmere Sweatpants
The master of laid-back luxury strikes again with this supremely comfy design in an exclusive charcoal that’s tapered for a fit you can actually wear outside of the house.
Summer Rider’s Jacket
The designer that GQ dubbed a “streetwear savant,” for his ability to make go-to basics feel utterly brand new with editorial fits and elevated fabrics, added an exclusive sherpa collar to one of his sought-after leather jackets.
Athletic Propulsion Labs
TechLoom Pro Sneakers
The NBA banned these sneaks because their extra-springy soles gave players an added boost, but that’s all the more reason to snag a pair—especially since you won’t see this olive green knit color anywhere else.
Reversible Down Car Coat
With its famous flair for modern designs informed by a rich brand heritage, the iconic luxury house created this exclusive coat in a sporty nylon that reverses to cotton twill.
These ribbed skull caps—in two exclusive colors—that feature a dinosaur mascot are a perfect example of how head designer Stuart Vevers has brought a fresh, unexpected spirit to the approachable but luxe American label.
GQ Creative Director Jim Moore is famous for his sharp eye, his fashion expertise and for wearing black Lacoste polos. So, as a special homage, the French brand created this one-of-a-kind shirt in his honor featuring an all-white embroidered croc at the left chest.
Lacque Puffer Vest
The undisputed down outerwear experts at Moncler gave their Lacque vest a new coat of paint in robin’s-egg blue—a color you’ll find only here.
Larose Plaid Ball Cap
This baller ball cap comes in an exclusive color of plaid from the Italian maestros at Missoni on a sharp silhouette from the famous French hatmakers at Larose.
The upstart brand that shook up the sneaker world with its ultracool but approachable kicks has now expanded into boots with this sherpa-lined style in an exclusive navy nubuck suede.
The Men’s Store at Bloomingdale’s
Merino Turtleneck Sweater
Turtlenecks are a must-have this fall, which is why we took it upon ourselves to create the best possible version of this refined sweater in lightweight, super 120s merino wool.
With “GQ” printed on the left pocket, Velva Sheen’s tees give a big shout-out to the guest of honor. It’s all about extras—an extra-wide collar and extra-thick cotton for extra comfort.
Leave it to always-edgy designer Neil Barrett to give the leather jacket even more badass attitude with this exclusive motocross-inspired design.
Our top picks for winning fall looks. Scroll down for exclusive styles that make the MVP list all season long.
Polo Ralph Lauren Coat, Shirt & Jeans
Polo Ralph Lauren Sport Coat, Hoodie & Pants
Polo Ralph Lauren Jacket & Pants
Burberry Jacket, Sweatshirt & Jeans
John Varvatos Star USA Jacket, Shirt & Jeans
John Varvatos Star USA Jacket
Effortless equations for wearing and pairing fall’s top trends.
The season’s must-have layering piece—a refined turtleneck—elevates black jeans and a leather jacket from motocross to major player for a look that revs up any night out.
Rugged chambray grounds a sharply tailored plaid suit and streetwise Chelsea boots for a slick look that mixes business with pleasure.
Make a sport of mixing fall’s essential prints—camo and buffalo. Dark denim and the jacket’s subtle motif let the bold check shirt take the lead so they don’t compete against each other.
Whether you’re park- or couch-bound, lazy Sundays still appear luxe when spent in tapered sweatpants. A slim quilted nylon jacket tops a cashmere crewneck sweater to add a comfy polish to the athleisure ensemble.