The editor-in-chief of GQ Magazine is leaving the magazine after 15 years in the role, according to a press release published Thursday from Condé Nast. Jim Nelson—who joined GQ as a senior editor in 1997, according to the New York Post—will step down after the magazine’s Men of the Year Awards in December.
Kate Lanphear had been editor-in-chief of Maxim magazine for only a few weeks in the waning months of 2014, when the discussion finally, and inevitably, turned to sex. There had already been a long string of meetings addressing features, fashion, humor, grooming, celebrities, food, and anything else you might expect…
Following reports that Maxim publisher and millionaire Sardar Biglari had a heavy hand in the creation of the December issue of the magazine—so much so that sources said he demanded being included in a photo spread with cover star Alessandra Ambrosio—the magazine has revealed that Biglari will take over the title of…
Well, there goes the neighborhood, if your neighborhood is magazines being known for the thing they’ve always been known for. Starting in March, after years of circulation struggles, Playboy magazine will no longer include fully nude photos of women, just images of women as naked as you’d see them in any other…
While some celebrity ladies are tormented by the tabloids about being, sad, lonely, or, better yet, "pregnant and alone," Cameron Diaz manages to grin her way through being unmarried and childless without being painted as tragic. And in the new issue of Esquire, she reveals that her attitude towards not having kids is…
The March 2014 edition of Details is "the fashion issue," and instead of the usual celebrity face, male models grace the cover. It's… different. Eye-catching, sure, but also a bit disorienting.
At a panel discussion on advertising, Esquire U.K. editor Alex Bilmes let fly with a whole spiel about how his magazine treats women as "ornamental." And he would like a cookie now, please, for his "honesty."
Just like British GQ ran out of clothes for Lana Del Rey's cover photo, there wasn't a lot provided for Rihanna, in terms of wardrobe, for the "Men Of The Year" issue of American GQ.
Well, this is upsetting. According to a new study, people can't tell the difference between quotes from British "lad mags" and interviews with convicted rapists. And given the choice, men are actually more likely to agree with the rapists.
GQ's December issue features the "Men Of The Year." But to keep things interesting, the editors threw in a "babe" of the year, Scarlett Johansson.
It's not that Ms. Lavigne's arms are too wide for the mag — it's that her torso is not curvy enough. So they scooped out some vital organs over there on the left and created a tiny waist.
A bunch of men's websites have sprung up to teach men how to be "better." They're a step ahead of Maxim — but are they just as bad as ladymags?
Their slogan was "For Who He Is," and apparently that attitude extended to the stunning, apparently unretouched woman on the cover. By the way, this O.J. Simpson guy sounded like he had a bright future ahead of him.
Magazines aimed at twentysomething guys lean heavily toward boobs, beer, and boorishness — will young men pick up a title about "career advancement, finances and family life" instead?