Keep an eye out this week as the bigger March issues start hitting newsstands. This is one of the best covers I’ve seen from GQ. It’s a refreshing, colorful and bold entrance into spring. Featuring the always genuine Paul Rudd, and a reinvented Jennifer Aniston, who’s foul-mouthed, Betty White-like role in last year’s “Horrible Bosses” finally snapped her out of a decade of horrible romantic comedies. Look out for their new upcoming film “Wanderlust,” releasing February 24th.


Putting out a superstar magazine each month takes incredible talent and GQ has been doing it for decades. Led by Jim Nelson, Michael Hainey, Fred Woodward and Jim Moore – perhaps the 4 best editorial minds in publishing. I think one of the biggest compliments you can pay a magazine is that it is relevant, no matter the subject, time or place, and GQ is always part of, or leading the conversation. And just like the cover, it has a ton of personality.

Category: Covers, Magazines, Media.

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