Category Archives: Politicians
She is France’s Minister of Justice. The cover was photographed by Benni Valsson. (source)
Before we start the recap, we’d like to express out concern to GQ UK: They should never make another cover with a tacky fire thingy like their July issue with Andy Murray. Ever. We loathe it so much.
In 2013, GQ UK has five covers fronted by beautiful females: Academy Award-nominated actress Jessica Chastain who showed her inner vixen in front of Ellen von Unwerth‘s lens, the cool singer Rita Ora, the ever sexy Rihanna (her snake hair was art directed by the acclaimed artist Damian Hirst), and the lovely actress Emma Watson who landed two cover slots (May and October).
The rest of the cover subjects this year were males: politician Boris Johnson, actors Idris Elba, Bradley Cooper, Henry Cavill, Russell Brand, Michael Douglas and James Franco, fashion designer and movie director Tom Ford, band Arctic Monkeys, and last but not least five members of the sensational boyband, One Direction.
The cover line up is quite ok, with majority of first timers on the front pages. They also celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. Our fave are Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Arctic Monkeys, and Rihanna. We are looking forward for next year’s and happy anniversary GQ UK!
Tell us your fave in the comment box below.
Read also our 2012 recap of GQ UK covers!
We know who Bill Clinton is, while Casey Wasserman is an entertainment executive, sports agent executive and owner of the former Arena League football team, the Los Angeles Avengers.
The black and white cover with the current Mayor of New York was photographed by the magazine’s regular photographer Francesco Carrozzini. Fun facts, the April issue of L’Uomo Vogue is billed as the first certified carbon-neutral magazine in Italy.
Image via TFS.
The 49 year old First Lady of America is landed her second cover slot for Vogue US (click here for her first cover), once again photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Michelle Obama wears a sleeveless dark cerulean dress by Reed Krakoff with eggplant panelling. We love how Anna Wintour (congrats on her new position as Condé Nast‘s artistic director) decided to skip the banner on the usual top left and uses less headlines to match the gorgeously bold color palettes.
Image via TFS.