I used to really be into GQ, and some of the stuff they have is still ok, but I haven't really been into what they've become. A few months ago they ran a piece on how to effectively wear sneakers with a suit. I'll pass on that-- too many bad flashbacks to the eighties (I remember an episode of "Full House" where Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier all had suits with sneakers on. And Stamos's was one of those eighties, thick shoulder pad, double-breasted power suits.). Last month there was a piece on making black tie less formal for the holidays. Isn't there one bastion of style that should be left alone, without tampering with it? Then there are the articles about Johnny Knoxville, Kutcher, etc. Not the crowd I want to be a part of. I've liked Esquire a lot. Good, if sometimes minimal fashion coverage. I especially like the articles though. "What I've Learned" is always pretty good, and you get a better feeling about who these people actually are. Also, related to the fashion end, there are the articles that show how a piece of clothing is made, what to look for, quality-wise, in that piece, and different variations. Very interesting.