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Exclusive | Tommy Lee Winkworth smoulders in stars & stripes for All-American Issue

By Nick Byam

We’ve gone All-American in Attitude’s May Issue, which is in shops and available to download now.

Models 1’s Tommy-Lee Winkworth gets into the American spirit with a special stars and stripes themed editorial, exclusive to this month’s iPad edition.

Titled ‘Been waiting on that sunshine boy, I think I need that back’ the spread was shot by  photographer Jamie Kendrick and styled by our Junior Fashion Editor Nick Byam.

Tommy is seen wearing clothing from new British designers Lou Dalton and Agi & Sam, as well as Attitude favourites Calvin Klein Collection, Lacoste and Givenchy.

Check out some of the highlights below (click for Instagram tags) – and be sure to check out the full shoot in Attitude’s digital May Issue.


Tommy wears jacket and jeans by Calvin Klein Collection, windbreaker by Champion.


Tommy wears jumper by Lou Dalton.


Tommy wears vest by Gosha Rubchinskiy, shorts by Cottweiler.


Tommy wears coat, tank top and white denim trousers in Cuban Fit all by Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.


Tommy wears trousers by Adidas Originals at Foot Locker.


Tommy wears jacket and trousers by Lacoste.


Portia Ferrari using MAC Cosmetics
Hair: Portia Ferrari using Bumble & Bumble
Fashion: assited by Maximiliano Kattwinkel and Freya Monro Morrison

The new issue of Attitude is now available as a digital download from, is in shops now, and to order from


Also in Attitude’s May Issue, alongside all your usual news, reviews, fitness & travel:

  • Cover star Michael Sam on being the first gay man drafted in the NFL, and on experiencing racism in the gay community.
  • In honour of our All-American theme, Attitude presents our Gay USA Special, taking you on a tour of the places, pin-ups and pioneers of gay life across the pond.
  • Lukas Graham, the chart-topping Danish band behind 2016 pop smash ‘7 Years’, talk to Attitude about their overnight success, the death of a father figure and whether gay men are “manly”…
  • We meet Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato, the RuPaul’s Drag Race producers who’ve turned their cinematic hands to a new documentary about notirious photographer Robert Mapplethorpe.
  • We exclusively unveil the first chapter of Garth Greenwell’s What Belongs to You, which critics are already heralding as the “great gay novel of our times”.
  • Comedian Sara Pascoe sees whether she can pass for a ‘mo in How Gay Are You?

The new issue of Attitude is now available as a digital download from, is in shops now, and to order from

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