“…the collar was crucial (one should always sport a collar when kicking the crap out of another person… it’s just dignified).”
-Jake Gallagher, “Dropping Knowledge: The Rugby Shirt”
Fun fact about me, I happen to love GQ (an affection that existed even before I was a Condé Nast intern…). “The GQ Eye,” their style blog, always has great clothes, witty writing, and of course the occasional piece about the necessaries — in this case rugby shirts.
“In March 1962, John F. Kennedy appeared on the cover, though it came to light that either he didn’t realize he was being photographed for GQ or he pretended not to.” - ”When JFK (Accidentally) Graced the Cover of GQ”
Coyly pretending to not know you’re being photographed? Classic move John, classic move.