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GQ Celebrates Jim Nelson’s 10 Years as Editor

Jim Nelson has been the editor-in-chief of GQ for a decade now, and that honor called for a celebration. So on Saturday, during Milan Fashion Week, the magazine threw a party. A few of the fashion heavyweights who made an appearance include Domenico Dolce and Stefano GabbanaAnna ZegnaGiorgio Armani and John Varvatos.

That’s an impressive list. The closest this FishbowlNY editor has come to having a fashion icon at a birthday party is by wearing Calvin Klein boxer briefs.

And now that we’ve made everyone uncomfortable, below are some photos from Nelson’s shindig. There’s a lot more here. Congrats to Nelson.

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GQ Names Fashion Editor

Kelly McCabe is joining GQ as fashion editor. She most recently worked as a senior men’s stylist for Gilt Groupe. McCabe has also served as fashion and market editor for Complex.

According to a release, McCabe will be tasked with “covering the American designer collections, active sportswear, and sneakers markets, as well as styling photo shoots for the magazine.”

“We are thrilled to have Kelly join the GQ fashion team,” said Jim Moore, GQ’s creative director, in a statement. “Her previous magazine market experience combined with her strong styling skill set make her a robust and stylish addition to the magazine.”

McCabe will report to Moore.

Horrible, Terrible, Bad Celtic Rajon Rondo Joins GQ as Intern

Rajon Rondo — the horrible, terrible, bad, evil point guard for the vile Boston Celtics — has a new gig as a fashion intern for GQ.

Rondo will be working closely with Jim Moore, GQ’s creative director, during his time at the magazine. He will also attend fashion shows with GQ’s editors and then write about the events for the glossy’s website.

“I love the set-up so far and I’m having fun,” Rondo said in a statement. “I’m still a rookie at this; I’m humble. Anything GQ needs me to do — getting coffee — I’ll do.”

Maybe GQ could have Rondo not torch the Knicks almost every single time they play the Celtics? How about that? Maybe Rondo could stop making our point guards — who are now collectively 321 years old — look like idiots? We think that’s a good place to start. Just in case GQ’s editors needed any help.

 

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GQ Names New Fashion Editor

Jim Nelson, Editor-in-Chief of GQ, has named Justin Doss the magazine’s new Fashion Editor. Doss was most recently a menswear buyer for Barney’s.

At GQ he will be responsible for tailored clothing. Doss will report to Jim Moore, GQ’s Creative Director.

GQ Hires New Fashion Editor

GQ has named Lance Lin as its new Fashion Editor, effective April 4th. Lin will report directly to Jim Moore, the magazine’s Creative Director.

Lin most recently worked as Public Relations Director for Polo Ralph Lauren. At GQ he’ll focus on American sportswear.

YouTube Nabs Chilling Effects Prof.: Coincidence or Deep Chill?

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In the rush to nab video pirates, YouTube purged user-content that had nothing to do with Viacom, except sharing some key words. Harvard’s Jim Moore complained this weekend that Viacom removed a video of him having dinner with friends (Laszlo Kovacks, he’s not). He ate at Redbone’s in Somerville, MA, and most likely Leon Redbone was the search term that nabbed his video. He got off with a warning:

Repeat incidents of copyright infringement will result in the deletion of your account and all videos uploaded to that account.

But Moore’s not some naif–he’s a Chilling Effects partisan, argues Donna Bogatin in her ZDNet blog. She points out the YouTube’s parent Google has funded the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, a Chilling Effect collaborator. Moore doesn’t blame YouTube or Google, but rather Viacom.

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