As thje curtain begins to close on 2018, a bona fide fashion icon and an openly gay Hollywood star are ready to lead us into the new year.
In a world exclusive interview with Jodie Harsh, Donatella speaks candidly about carrying on the legacy of her late brother Gianni since the designer's murder in 1997 with a diverse and open-minded approach to fashion.
Donatella Versace, shot by Vijat Mohindra exclusively for the January issue of Attitude. All clothing by Atelier Versace.
As Donatella declares that the Versace man is "gender-free", the vice president of the Versace Group discusses her life-long relationship with the gay community, working with Lady Gaga and why w'ere living in a "very scary moment for freedom".
Meanwhile, as we bid adieu to another season of American Horror Story, Cheyenne Jackson pulls back the curtain on being out in Hollywood his struggles with addiction, and the jous of being a father.
In an open an honest interview, the screen star discusses everything from Botox, ageing in Hollywood and being a gold star gay.
Cheyenne Jackson, shot by Taylor Miller exclusivley for the January issue of Attitude. Tank top by Sunspel, jogging bottoms by Moschino.
Elsewhere in the January issue of Attitude, British stage and screen star Simon Callow talks his new BBC Four Christmas show, drag 'terrorist' Christeene takes aim at the far right, and find out what life is like in India following the decriminalisation of homosexuality earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Strictly Come Dancing's Charles Venn gets physical in our fitness pages, we explore the frontiers of male sexuality with the straight guys experimenting with same-sex experience and we hear from the 'Two Spirit' people who form part of Canada's First Nations communities.
That's alongside all your usual news, reviews, fashion, travel and opinion.
Read Donatella Versace and Cheyenne Jackson's world exclusive interviews in the January issue of Attitude, out now.