This year, we've been handing out a bit of digital hardware here at GQ: the Big Fit of the Day, also known as BigFitoftheDay, bestowed via Instagram post on a celebrity, fashion type, or figure of note for excellence in flexing. So far, we've awarded some Big Fits, and we've gathered them all here. Weep in the face of their bigness.
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Sophia Lillis - A long time ago in a distant fairy tale countryside, a young girl leads her little brother into a dark wood in desperate search of food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil. Mackenzie Davis - A young governess is hired by a man who has become responsible for his young nephew and niece after the deaths of their parents. Michael B. Kristen Stewart - A crew of aquatic researchers work to get to safety after an earthquake devastates their subterranean laboratory. But the crew has more than the ocean seabed to fear.
It might not be the nostalgia fest that our usual Album of the Week features are, but you may still be surprised to learn that it's been a whole six years since Beck dropped his phenomenal ninth album Morning Phase through Capitol Records. Of course, it still feels like it was a matter of months ago Beck - Morning Phase. Morning Phase came after a period of stagnation for Beck, who admitted he struggled in the years following Modern Guilt. And it's no surprise either; the recording of Modern Guilt was plagued by severe pain from a spinal injury. By the time he was healed and Morning Phase came around, it must have felt like an extraordinary relief to be able to put his all into his work again. The album was a commercially and critically acclaimed masterpiece, became his highest charting album within the US in almost a decade, reaching number 3 in the Billboard , and remains his highest charting release in the UK ever. It was marketed as a "companion piece" to his album Sea Change , featuring a number of key musicians from that album including his own father David Campbell; though producer Nigel Godrich was not involved in Morning Phase. The folk-rock genre and general feel of the albums are very similar despite the year difference, and even the cover art was done by the same artist, Autumn de Wilde. Morning Phase featured four singles including the psychedelic Waking Light , the dreamy-folk Heart Is a Drum , the country lilt of Say Goodbye and the bordering-on-iconic Blue Moon which went on to be nominated for two Grammys.