GQ heads for India

Men’s monthly GQ is to launch in India – following its Conde Nast stablemate Vogue. Sanjiv Bhattacharya, a British journalist who was features editor of GQ in the UK, will be editor with most of the material generated locally.

Dylan Jones, the editor of British GQ, is a consultant. Jones uses the Observer story to take a swipe at his competition – weekly freebie ShortList as well at National Magazines’ Esquire: He claims Esquire‘s relaunch under Jeremy Langmead has been ‘a total failure’, because ‘they are selling 10 per cent less at news-stands. They’ll be giving it away at tube stations next.’

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