GQ Magazine

GQ Magazine

Published Seasonally 10 issues per year

GQ is a men's interests magazine that provides reliable coverage on all things culture and style for the sophisticated gentleman.

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About GQ

Considered the authority on men, GQ has thrived for decades thanks to its definitive reporting on culture and style for modern males. First named Gentlemen's Quarterly, this publication features award-winning writers, stunning photography and unique design. Every sophisticated, stylish, intelligent gentleman looks to GQ as a trusted resource for fashion advice and everything else to keep him on top of his game.

GQ includes articles on a wide variety of men's interests, including fashion, food, sex, sports, grooming, movies, women, travel, technology, music, fitness, politics, books and more. Often, fashionable male celebrities are featured both on the cover and in in-depth articles based on candid interviews.

Popular topics have included: How to Upgrade Your Life & Your Look; The Modern Man's Guide to Working at Home; Buying the Right Bathing Suit; Fall Fashion Tips; The Best New Restaurants in America; How to Worship the Sun, Safely; The Sexiest Women of the Year; Top Grooming Mistakes; Winning Looks for Spring; and The NFL Season Kickoff. GQ's Men of the Year edition, which was first published in 1996, is quite popular with readers as well.

Modern, stylish men who want to present themselves well and stay in the know will enjoy a subscription to GQ magazine. GQ publishes monthly, except the combined issues in Dec/Jan, June/July and other combined issues that count as two, as indicated on the issue's cover.

Issues Per Year: 10
Estimated Delivery: 6-12 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Seasonally
Publisher Name: Conde Nast Publications

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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