He simply does it again. GQ Editor-In-Chief, Jim Nelson, ignites the issue by stitching together one of his most compelling, thought-provoking Letter from the Editor‘s to date.
In his signature philosophical, yet satirical way — that only Nelson knows how to exhibit — he touches on the ongoing comedy extravaganza touring our nation, otherwise disguised as the GOP Presidential race. Though I cannot dictate, I strongly urge you to go grab a copy of the March issue and read Nelson’s address in its’ entirety.
The issue features Wanderlust co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd on the cover, and chronicles their multi-decade friend[not relation]ship over an eight page spread inside.
And in its’ monthly GQ Endorses: Manual, the staff focuses on retro-inspired ties, declares Louisville, Kentucky the “Manliest Town In America”, and tabs Italian fashion designer, Margherita Missoni, as the monthly Crush.
The Punch List does not disappoint as it includes: John Cusack, B.o.B, Katherine McPhee, and Liev Schreiber to name a few.
Feature spreads on Tim Tebow, Trey Songz, and the Ten Best New Restaurants in America round out the issue that is already available on newsstands.