GQ Magazine

GQ Magazine

Published Monthly  12 issues per year
(8 Reviews)
3.5 8.0
GQ magazine is a men's magazine written for young professional men that combines style advice and smart editorial. For more than 50 years, GQ--previously known as Gentleman's Quarterly--has provided definitive coverage of style and culture of interest to the modern man. More Info >>
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About GQ

Content each month covers the many aspects and pursuits of a young man's professional and personal life with its mix of columns and articles on fashion, relationships, fatherhood, sports, entertainment, politics, career, health, technology, and leisurely activities. Style is a prominent subject in the magazine with both features and advice columns addressing it.

One popular section in each issue is "The Style Guy," a column that offers answers to men's fashion and style questions. Throughout the year, GQ publishes several special issues, such as "The How-To Issue," "The NFL Kickoff Issue," "The Comedy Issue," and "The Style Issue."

Modern men who want to look their best and stay informed would enjoy a subscription to GQ magazine!
Issues per Year: 12
Estimated Delivery: 6-8 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Monthly
Publisher Name: Conde Nast Publications

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(based on 8 reviews)

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By Punkin

from San Antonio, TX

About Me Everyday Reader


  • Engaging Articles
  • Insightful Analysis
  • Quality Photos
  • Tru- Dat
  • Up-To-Date Content
  • Well Written Articles


    Best Uses

    • Older Readers
    • Reference
    • Travel Reading
    • Younger Readers


    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)



    By USMC2041

    from Richmond, VA

    About Me Everyday Reader


    • Engaging Articles
    • Quality Photos
    • Up-To-Date Content
    • Well Written Articles


      Best Uses

      • Reference
      • Younger Readers

      I love the Mag., and have been a faithful subscriber for years. The artilces, well written and insightfull, along with the fashion ideas, however some of the tailoring is too tight!

      (9 of 16 customers found this review helpful)


      GQ subscription

      By NC Reader

      from US

      keeps me current on trends, fashion, etc

      (26 of 54 customers found this review helpful)


      Weak Magazine

      By UMHT

      from FL

      GQ magazine has become way too political. If you want a neutral fashion magazine, look elsewhere.

      (25 of 49 customers found this review helpful)


      Great Information

      By Mikail

      from USA

      I am fairly happy with my GQ magazine subscription. I wish that they had more articles on fashion (particularly suits/dress clothes) and less on cooking and other random stuff.

      (40 of 99 customers found this review helpful)


      Junk In/Junk Out

      By Wife/Mother

      from U.S.

      I would never recommend GQ magazine to anyone because it is another trashy magazine trying to sell sex rather than information. Women are not a piece of meat for men to drool over! We are people with feelings. As a wife/mother, I would never want my husband or son looking at magazines and lusting over women like that. Trash like this tears down relationships. Be different....break free!

      (31 of 67 customers found this review helpful)


      Good Magazine

      By CamBam

      from Virginia

      GQ is a good magazine. I actually bought this and Glamour when I moved in with my brother. The magazine is mostly for men.

      (30 of 64 customers found this review helpful)



      By J

      from Massachusetts

      I love GQ magazine! It is interesting and has current content.

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      GQ Magazine Subscription Video Review

      Video Transcript

      Hi. I’m Levi Weaver.

      When I read a magazine, I often begin to equate that magazine to friends of mine. Music magazines bring to mind my musician friends; sports magazines cause me to reminisce about friends who are fans of whatever team I'm reading about; and technology magazines might bring to mind my computer buddies.

      But when I read GQ magazine, there are only a couple of friends I'm reminded of - Those young and affluent guys who somehow bring total class to everything they do. One of them is a high-end antiques dealer with a multi-million dollar home. The other owns a members-only club and I've never seen him in anything but a finely tailored suit.

      They both have excellent taste in fashion and wine, and seem to exude a silent confidence that whatever they do, they are going to be more successful at it than the next guy, just by entering the contest.

      But even for those of us who still struggle to make ends meet (and can't find a good-fitting suit to save our lives) a GQ subscription still has a lot to offer by way of useful tips about fashion, food or technology for "the rest of us". Add to that the great articles, and you've got a winner.

      I don't need to be as driven as Kobe Bryant or date Miranda Kerr to get why those two people are interesting and attractive. I think anyone with a sense of humor or class can read GQ and appreciate the humor of "being middlebrow", or snicker at a list of America's "Douchiest Colleges" or learn a little about the "25 Best Cocktail Bars", but when I read the articles, I can't help but think about the fact that there are some guys who graduated from one of those Universities (or dropped out when they made their first million) and can afford to actually go to all of those bars, just to do it.

      And maybe that's why GQ works: it's the Guy's Guide to the American Dream, right there in print form. GQ is the Frank Sinatra of magazines.

      Thanks for checking out my GQ magazine review today at