GQ Covers Around The World !

Friday, July 20, 2012


Salah satu majalah fashion pria terbesar GQ, emank selalu menjadi sorotan disaat edisi terbaru mereka rilis, setiap edisinya selalu bikin orang penasaran, kira-kira kali ini siapa yang dijadikan cover utama majalah tersebut.
Karena GQ yang "udah punya nama" sering kali memasang figur-figur terkenal sebagai cover dengan pose yang "berani" dan sensasional.
Dan ini ane kasih contoh 5 cover majalah GQ yang terbit di 5 negara berbeda :
Rosie Huntington Whiteley di GQ Jerman Edisi Agustus
Irina Shayk Di GQ Jerman Edisi Juli



Joseph Gordon-Levitt Di GQ Amerika Edisi Agustus
On not going to his high school prom :
"I thought the girls my age were very frustrating. They were, like, looking in their compact mirrors and shit, and I thought that was evil."
On how Hollywood is crumbling :
"The entertainment business as it has been is not going to be around that much longer. The way it's going is, there's going to be artists, and they'll make their shit, and they'll connect to their audience, and you don't need any of the middlemen—the studios or the agents."
On how he hates Americans' fawning over celebrity :
"I really don't like this notion that some people are more important than other people. These stories about these elevated people called 'celebrities' teaches you"—and by "you" he meant regular, nonfamous folks—"that what you have to say doesn't matter. It's degrading."
Keith Urban Di GQ Australia Edisi Agustus
On his marriage to Nicole Kidman:
"Negativity and doubt are always creeping into my life and having to be kept at bay. Thankfully, Nic is great at calling me on it, and our marriage is at the stage where she doesn’t have to say anything. I hear myself prattling on with negative crap and her loaded silence shuts me up."
On mentoring on Australia’s The Voice:
"The best thing about it has been the chance for people in Australia to get to know me. My music doesn’t really get played here despite it having a lot of appeal elsewhere, so I’ve found myself without an outlet for my songs because of various narrow stereotypes and perceptions about me. That’s been a challenge. But The Voice has offered me an opportunity to connect in a different way and I hope now people check out the gigs because that’s the real show for me… and it ain’t played on a planet of 10-gallon hats."
On the future:
"The creative flow is taking me down a new path, past the excruciating blankness of the empty page, to somewhere fresh where singing songs and playing guitar is fun – pure and simple."
Natalia Vodianova Di GQ Rusia Edisi July 2012

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