Edi­tor’s Let­ter

GQ (Australia) - - INSIDE - Matthew Drum­mond EDI­TOR

you came from one). Sim­ply share a photo in your shirt with the cap­tion “I wear a white shirt be­cause...” fol­lowed by a mes­sage that en­cour­ages sup­port and tag #WHITESHIRTCAMPAIGN, @ocrf and @witch­ery­fash­ion For more in­for­ma­tion, go to ocrf.com.au. Then set­tle in for Will Storr’s jour­ney into the bizarre world of ‘hacker hos­tels’ – the run-down mo­tels across San Fran­cisco and Sil­i­con Val­ley where wannabe Mark Zucker­bergs and Elon Musks cram into over­priced rooms as they code and pitch their way to great­ness. They’re young and, when they’re not stoned, wildly am­bi­tious – one Tas­ma­nian un­cov­ered by GQ in San Fran­cisco is plan­ning to mine me­te­ors. For real. They’re not just writ­ing the com­puter code in which the fu­ture web will be writ­ten. They may very well be lay­ing down the codes by which we all one day will live. By that point, you may want to reach for an an­ti­dote. For all the end­less ex­cite­ment about the fu­ture, the past never gets old. So GQ’S fash­ion edi­tor Brad Homes touched down in Paris to show­case the retro-in­spired looks once again grab­bing fash­ion’s spot­light. We might be end­lessly in­no­vat­ing, but clas­sics will re­main clas­sics, and for good rea­son. En­joy the is­sue.

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