Joe Jonas GQ interview on his fashion forward style: ‘I’m kind of now friends with Italo Zucchelli.. I love a good fitted suit. England is known for men who can wear good suits. Savile Row is unbelievable. Simon Spurr makes some great stuff; he is one of my favourite designers at the moment.’ Worst outfit you’ve worn?
A lot of people look back ten years ago and go, ‘Why was I wearing that!?’ I look back a year ago and say the same thing. The craziest outfit I ever wore was this white suit that I wore to an awards show in LA that I teamed with yellow shoes. It was interesting. It popped. I think I styled myself that day..
Worst haircut? I had a faux-hawk for a while and I used to buzz the sides and design it. It was really bad. I had everything. I let the lady who did my hair go to town. Back then it seemed really cool. It always does at the time. I didn’t put my name in the back of my head though at least..
Workout regime? I do 30 minutes on the bike, 30 minutes on the treadmill, 30 minutes on the elliptical cross trainer and 30 minutes in the sauna so two hours of just sweating, all while wearing two T-shirts, a sweat suit, which is like this garbage bag-type thing that just makes you sweat like crazy, then a hoodie.
Your karaoke song? Anything from Grease, ‘You’re the one that I want’ is usually the go-to. A lot of my friends are singers but there are always a few people who aren’t and they don’t want to embarrass themselves so we flip-flop so that I take the girl part and they take the guy part. It’s really high for me..
Favorite drinks? I love good red wine with dinner and a vodka tonic if I’m out. Patrón tequilla is my shot of choice. What’s your best hangover cure? Pedialyte. It’s pretty much like Gatorade to the max. Coke is apparently the new thing for hangovers too but usually I’d just say eating a massive breakfast.
I go to this place in LA called King’s Road Cafe and have their huevos rancheros which is an amazing fried Mexican dish filled with eggs, beans and guacamole. It’s everything you need to get over a hangover.
Music you’re into that might surprise people? I love Swedish House Mafia, Dead Mau5, Tiesto and I like dubstep too. I try to get into what people are getting into out [in the UK] here because I feel like you’re just so up to date with music.
Dream collaboration? Adele’s amazing, I think the world of her and her music and I think Tinie Tempah is cool. To work with someone like Kanye West would be of her and her music and I think Tinie Tempah is cool. To work with someone like Kanye West would be awesome. He’s a very fashionable guy.