GQ Australia is celebrating 15 years and there is plenty to celebrate with the release of the March/April issue this month starring Australian icon Kylie Minogue flanked by the Stenmark twins and the launch of GQ Australia’s first fully enhanced and interactive digital edition.The support from key advertisers including Burberry, Dior, Johnnie Walker and Moet & Chandon has enabled the iPad edition to be available free from the App Store as a birthday present to readers. The all-new iPad edition takes readers even closer to GQ’s features, columnists, sense of style and bonus content.
With engaging and exclusive advertiser executions, the GQ Australia iPad edition features bespoke video content, click to purchase straight from the runway, behind-the-scenes footage of collections and shoots and social sharing features. GQ Australia is also marking the occasion with a special exhibition of 15 iconic images from its archives. With Olympus as a partner this experiential campaign brings the pages of the magazine to life with iconic portraits of Australian male talent from Hugh Jackman, Eric Bana and Chris Hemsworth to Adam Goodes, Keith Urban and Heath Ledger. It is a celebration of not only GQ Australia, but the men who’ve made an indelible mark on the cultural landscape, and the pages of GQ throughout the last 15 years.
The exhibition can be seen at blank_space Gallery in Sydney from February 27 to March 6.