Chris Evans, a nation of nerds turns its lonely eyes to you because Captain America is coming out and Ryan Reynolds ruined our childhoods with that Green Lantern crapfest. You better get this one right, or we can’t predict what will happen in nerdvana if you disappoint them.
We showed you the cover the other day, but the Mario Testino-lensed pictures on the inside of the latest GQ were just too delicious not to feature. In them, Chris portrays a gorgeous, rich douchebag who hangs around his mansion all day in tight, multi-thousand-dollar outfits, completely alone except for his loyal canine companion. No one wants to have a Bud with him or work out in his private gym or watch him get undressed, it seems. It’s a lonely life, being a rich, good-looking douchebag. But Chris, if you’re lonely, we’ll be happy to stop by and watch you model clothes.
Turtleneck, $895 by Giorgio Armani. Jeans, $215 by Armani Jeans. Loafers, $1,390 by Tom Ford. Sunglasses by Dolce & Gabbana.
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