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Queer Eye’s fab five reveal who they most – and least – want to make over, how they lost their virginity, how they view modern masculinity, and why they struggle to follow their own advice
Jonathan wears polo shirt by Gucci, jeans, by Frame Denim, boots, by Saint Laurent
Antoni wears top, by Cos, trousers and braces, both by Moschino, necklace, Antoni’s own
Bobby wears coat, by J Lindeberg, polo shirt, by Ben Sherman, trousers by Topman
Karamo wears tracksuit top, by The Kooples, jogging bottoms, by Valentino
Tan wears shirt, by Tods at MR PORTER, jeans, by Topman
Photography Leigh Keily Styling Joseph Kocharian

Look, I admit it. If you’d asked me this time last year, I’d have told you that the world needed a Queer Eye reboot about as much as it needed a Sting and Shaggy duets album (in the end, we got both). Despite giving us the explosion of pure joy that is Carson Kressley, the 2003 version was very much a product of its time, something evidenced by its Hi-NRG soundtrack and reliance on the power of a statement collar. At its core, it leaned heavily on the outdated stereotype that gay men are inherently stylish and tasteful — a fallacy that died out sometime during Elton’s tracksuit era. Queer Eye For The Straight Guy just didn’t feel right for a comeback.

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QUEER EYE! Five-cover special issue. Plus: Bette Midler on why ageist and sexist Hollywood won’t bring back the cast of Hocus Pocus for a sequel, Whitney Houston’s secret childhood trauma, Drag Race All Stars Shangela, and the shocking reality behind the Truth Project.