Victoria’s Secret cover February 2011 British GQ Magazine

The hottest models behind the world’s sexiest lingerie brand: welcome to the GQ Annual Victoria’s Secret Collector’s Edition. Photographed by Vincent Peters (who was last seen shooting Jon Hammfor our Men Of The Year portfolio), we present Candice Swanepoel, Lindsay Ellington, Erin Heatherton and Lily Aldridge in the merest hint of clothing. To more cerebral matters, Andrew Hankinson investigates the phenomenon football hooliganism across the Atlantic, Chris Ayres pays tribute to the sharply suited Sixties pop icon Herb Albert and tough-talking shadow Lord Chancellor Sadiq Khan is shot by David Bailey.

We give you everything you need to get fit in 2011 including how to improve your health by drinking beer and how to lose weight by eating junk food. We select the best-sounding headphones and stereos that do justice to your music collection – and explain why you will be hearing a lot more about Clare Maguire in 2011.

Elsewhere, we find out from Francis Ford Coppola and Andy Garcia how close we came to The Godfather: Part IV, before asking everyone from Oliver Stone to Mad Men’s Matt Weiner how they would come up with the next chapter in the canonical series. In addition, Paul Wilson speaks to Robert Duvall about playing connoisseur’s consigliere Tom Hagen, Apocalypse Now’s napalm-smelling Lieutenant Colonel Bill Kilgore and his latest role as a hermit who fakes his own funeral in Get Low.

Bill Prince checks out why W London is the most talked-about new opening of 2011, Matthew Williamson talks about his new menswear collection and new Tatler Editor Kate Reardon fires the world’s most powerful handgun.