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Men of the Year 20th Anniversary Issue -- Tom Brady Cover

by GQ Magazine

Condition: Very Good

NY: Conde Nast, 2015. Magazine. Very Good. Magazine. December 2015 Issue.. 252 in. Lightly read. "Men of the Year XX" section is highlighted by color cover photo of New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady wearing a $5,000 Prada lambs wool overcoat like a royal robe. Inside are 5 other full page color photos of Brady and a feature about his being chosen "Man of the Year." Other notable features: Interviews with Donald Trump and Barack Obama, features on Navy SEAL transwoman Kristin Beck; NBA star Stephen Curry, comedian Tracy Morgan, Keith Richards, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Keaton. Notable models include bare-chested Rafael Nadal, showing Tommy Hilfiger underwear; Graham Moore in Brooks Brothers attire, and Oliver Martinez for Yves St. Laurent cologne. Kentucky newlweds David Moore and David Ermold recount their legal struggle to get a wedding license from anti-gay town clerk Kim Davis. Size: 4to -- 11 in Tall.


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