GQ Recap: February 2012

In direct contrast of its’ cover, this issue served to be quite modest. Though Academy Award nominee Michelle Williams graces the cover, for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in My Week With Marilyn, Williams seems to be the co-focal point. Former Pro Bowl wide receiver, Terrell Owens, is also highlighted in an extensive editorial documenting the sluggardly 180 his life has taken of late.

Fascinating as always was The Punch List, in which the staff lobbies that ‘There Should Be a Trophy for Best Sports Trophy’. GQ ranks the Stanley Cup as most iconic.

In noting a few women to keep an eye out for in 2012, the issue presents The Lust List. A few of the highlighted were Joan Smalls, Victoria’s Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel, and Liu Wen, a noted Louboutin addict.

The issue — which is already available on newsstands — rounded out selecting the 50 Most Powerful People in Washington. Eric Cantor was tabbed #1.

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