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GQ profiled Harrison Ford for its 60th anniversary issue.
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Ford is such an icon that he wore his own clothes to the photo shoot.
The magazine's style director says he can't remember a time anyone's done that for a cover story.
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Getting profiled in GQ is the fashionable man's dream. You get dressed up in expensive suits and get really nice pictures taken of you for a glossy magazine read by millions of people.
But if you're Harrison Ford, the clothes you own are nicer than whatever GQ can come up with. At the end of a long and rich profile of the icon in the magazine's October issue, commemorating its 60th anniversary, there's a note from GQ's creative director Jim Moore.
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Moore said he looked through Ford's closet and picked out clothes from there for the shoot. All of Ford's suits are custom made, Moore wrote, and he's "a legend" who's "earned the right" to wear his own clothes for a cover story.
"When he pulled out [an] overcoat, I loved how modern it looked — only later did he reach into the pocket and fish out the original receipt from the '80s," Moore wrote.
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Ford even skipped wearing a suit for the cover portrait, opting for a T-shirt and jeans instead.
The profile is worth reading in full. Ford said that he hasn't read Carrie Fisher's memoir "The Princess Diarist," where she talks about their affair. He also suggested that he's open to more "Star Wars" movies even though...
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