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Watch Every Episode of the GQ Recommends Show Right Here

Perhaps you’ve heard: we’ve officially gone big time. (Okay, not quite.) But we do have a hit series on our hands, and you better believe it’s making the IP-starved execs in Tinseltown quake in their Allbirds. The source of their hand-wringing? Our very own GQ Recommends Show, the hottest debut since M*A*S*H hit the silver screen in ‘72. Critics are calling it “pretty helpful, I guess”; “kinda cool”; and “damn, GQ be wilding.” And that’s just the YouTube comments! (They’re uniformly positive, FYI. Don’t even bother checking.)

Where can you find all this galaxy-brain content? On our channel, of course. And, as of today: right here. Starting now, we’re compiling each episode—three so far, with plenty more on the way—in one place, so you can stream ‘em on repeat until every off-kilter ad lib, practical how-to, and juicy tidbit of menswear arcana is seared into your brain in perpetuity. (We’re also cherry-picking a few of the choicest products from each video for you to browse as you go). 

So the next time you’re in a wardrobe jam, don’t settle for the same old button-up-and-chinos combo you wear to all your weddings/job interviews/first dates. Turn here instead. (Hell, bookmark this page in your browser and save yourself the headache.) The only thing better than a pal you can frantically text when you’re in dire need of some sage outfit-related wisdom? A pal whose wisdom is generous in offer, cheerful in implementation, and entirely judgment-free every step of the way.

Netflix, eat your heart out. We’re coming for you—and your deeply cursed footwear—after this. 

Episode 3: Suits

J. Crew “Kenmare” suit jacket

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J. Crew “Kenmare” suit pant

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Tom Ford “Shelton” Prince of Wales wool and silk-blend suit jacket

Tom Ford Prince of Wales wool and silk-blend suit trousers

Episode 2: Shoes

Clarks Wallabee shoes

Does the Clarks Wallabee work great in every season? Yes. Does every season include spring? Yes, it does.

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Converse Chuck 70 sneakers

What’s even more classic than classic Chucks? Chucks that take their design cues from the ones Converse made in the ‘70s.

Dr Martens 1461 oxford

When you’re tired of sneakers, a go-with-everything black derby shoe will carry you and your outfit, well, everywhere.

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G.H. Bass & Co. “Larson” Weejuns loafers

Think of loafers like the magical in-between shoe. It’s dressier than a sneaker, but not as stuffy as a proper dress shoe. It’s the Swiss Army knife of shoes, it does everything and you definitely need a pair. Specifically, the Weejun loafer. It’s the best penny for your dollar and will solve any sartorial problem you come across.

Episode 1: Jeans

Levi’s 501 original fit jeans

The jeans that invented jeans are every bit as stylish, dependable, and versatile now as they were in 1890.

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A.P.C. Petit Standard jeans

Menswear heads have long considered A.P.C.’s jeans the ideal introduction to raw denim for a reason: it’s reasonably priced, perfectly cut, and built to last.

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Celine Homme “Dylan” jeans

A subtle flare and cut-off hems boost these straight to elite grail status.

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Rag & Bone RB21 “Mick” jeans

Comfortable relaxed cut, gorgeous natural wash.

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