Richard clune


GQ (Australia) - - EDITOR'S LETTER -

Is Jack­man as much of a gent as every­one says?

An­noy­ingly so - his thought­ful­ness and pres­ence have al­ways been wel­come con­stants since the first time speak­ing to him.

He turns 50 this year – give you any tips on han­dling the milestone with grace?

He reck­ons he never looks back - and it’s not a bad way to be given there’s lit­tle you can do to al­ter the past.

You’ve been with GQ for a good few years now – in what ways has the brand changed over the past 20 years?

While GQ’S of­ten up­dated it­self it’s never de­vi­ated from its core, orig­i­nal ethos - to en­ter­tain, en­gage and ed­u­cate via unique and spir­ited con­tent.

What else are you work­ing on?

Be­cause the world needs an­other guide­book on mod­ern mas­culin­ity, I’ve got one com­ing this Septem­ber. There’s also a small TV se­ries in the off­ing and life to be lived away from work, which is why I’ve joined an un­der­ground pé­tanque club.

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