Harry Styles Channels Lloyd Christmas on His First Solo Magazine Cover
Harry Styles graces a few different covers for Another Man magazine's Autumn/Winter 2016 issue, and the photos will definitely make you feel . . . things. The former One Direction star, who has been keeping busy filming his new movie, Dunkirk, in England, shows off the different sides of his personality and opens up about the fate of the popular boy band in his interview with Paul McCartney and Chelsea Handler. In addition to relaxing in a field of flowers, Harry also rocks long hair; cries while smiling into the camera; visits his hometown, Holmes Chapel; and looks eerily similar to Jim Carrey's famous character from Dumb & Dumber, Lloyd Christmas, while making a funny face for the camera in a festive sweater.
- On whether or not One Direction is over for good: "I would never say we'll never do anything again, but it's good for us to be exploring different things. Maybe at some point everyone will want to do something again, but it's better if it happens naturally. Like, 'Hey, we all really want to do something again.' If that were to happen it would be amazing. I would never rule that out. It's the most important, greatest thing that's ever happened to me, being in that band."
- On trying to savor every moment while performing: "Playing these big venues when you just see a sea of people, that view . . . You stop for a second and wish you could bring all your friends to just stand these with you for a second and see it. It's unlike anything else. There's no drug you can take that gives you that same high. It's pretty amazing that it's a natural thing. The feelings come back to you — the view, the people. It's cool to have such specific moments in your mind to look back on."
- On having no regrets about being in One Direction: "The nice thing for me is that I'm not coming away from the band feeling like I wasn't able to do what I wanted to do. I loved it and it was what I wanted but I'm enjoying writing at the moment; trying new things. I've been asking myself, 'What do I want to say?' I'm enjoying working right now, and if you're working you should make the most of it. I'm enjoying being in the studio and doing this movie and I'm not too bothered about going on vacation. I feel pretty lucky right now. I feel good about everything that happened with the band. I have no complaints or regrets."