GQ featured Kim Kardashian on the cover of their "2023 Men of the Year" issue, a choice that has sparked a lot of discussion.
This decision raises questions about the criteria for selecting cover personalities for such issues. While Kim Kardashian is undoubtedly a significant figure in the entertainment and business world, some may wonder if there could have been a male figure more traditionally aligned with the title's theme who could have represented the "Men of the Year" issue effectively.
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Kim Kardashian, known for her reality TV fame and as the founder of SKIMS, appeared on the cover of a magazine in a striking suit and tie ensemble, playfully enjoying Cheetos Puffs. This choice of attire, traditionally associated with men's fashion, reflects the evolving trends and gender fluidity in fashion in 2023.
Despite the unconventional choice for a female celebrity, Kardashian expressed her excitement and pride about the feature by sharing the cover image on her social media platforms.
“Hi! I’m the GQ Man of the Year!” Kardashian wrote Tuesday on Instagram.
GQ acknowledged several notable male figures in their special edition issue, aligning with the theme of "Men of the Year." Among those celebrated were actor Jacob Elordi, musician Travis Scott, and Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin. This inclusion helped to reinforce the magazine's traditional focus on recognizing the achievements of men in various fields.
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