Deepika Padukone – GQ India (October 2012)

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Deepika Padukone – GQ India (October 2012)
Deepika Padukone – GQ India (October 2012). Deepika Padukone features on the cover of GQ Magazine’s India edition for the month of October 2012.

She is surprised cover girl considering she features just a month back in August. But as she is named GQ Women Of The Year its ok to see her very soon. She features along with fellow GQ Men Of The Year. She dons vintage look for the photoshoot and all the pictures are black and white except cover. Checkout Deepika Padukone GQ Photoshoot.

GQ (formerly Gentlemen’s Quarterly)
GQ (formerly Gentlemen’s Quarterly) is an international monthly men’s magazine based in New York City and founded in 1931. The publication focuses on fashion, style, and culture for men, though articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books are also featured.

GQ (formerly Gentlemen’s Quarterly) history
Gentlemen’s Quarterly was launched in 1931 in the United States as Apparel Arts. It was a men’s fashion magazine for the clothing trade, aimed primarily at wholesale buyers and retail sellers. Initially it had a very limited print run and was aimed solely at industry insiders to enable them to give advice to their customers. The popularity of the magazine among retail customers, who often took the magazine from the retailers, spurred the creation of Esquire magazine in 1933.

Apparel Arts continued until 1957 when it was transformed into a quarterly magazine for men, which was published for many years by Esquire Inc. Apparel was dropped from the logo in 1958 with the spring issue after nine issues, and the name Gentlemen’s Quarterly was established.

Gentlemen’s Quarterly was re-branded as GQ in 1967. The rate of publication was increased from quarterly to monthly in 1970. In 1979 Condé Nast bought the publication, and editor Art Cooper changed the course of the magazine, introducing articles beyond fashion and establishing GQ as a general men’s magazine in competition with Esquire. Subsequently, international editions were launched as regional adaptations of the U.S. editorial formula. Jim Nelson was named editor-in-chief of GQ in February 2003; during his tenure, he worked as both a writer and an editor of several National Magazine Award-nominated pieces, and the magazine became more oriented towards younger readers and those who prefer a more casual style.

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