ICYMI: Actor Wes Studi Featured in August Issue of ‘GQ’ Magazine

Cherokee actor Wes Studi (Dances With Wolves and The Last of the Mohicans) recently shared with fellow Native writer Tommy Orange about his journey in acting and experience as a Native actor who changed the way Indigenous people are portrayed on the big screen for the August issue of GQ.

In the feature, Wes wears a mixture of new and vintage high-end pieces along with his own hats.

Read the full story here. This story appears in the August 2021 issue with the title “Wes Studi’s Untold Stories.”

Suit, $6,750, and shirt, $775, by Brioni. Tie, $225, by Turnbull & Asser. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $350, by Christian Roth.
Jacket, $975, by Schott NYC. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $1,170, by Chrome Hearts.
Suit, $6,750, and shirt, $775, by Brioni. Tie, $225, by Turnbull & Asser. Hat, his own. Sunglasses, $350, by Christian Roth.

Photographs by Michael Schmelling
Styled by Jon Tietz
Grooming by Lauren Chemin
Tailoring by Amelia Fugee
Produced by Kyra Kennedy
Location: El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe, NM.

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