Jim Moore is GQ magazine's creative director at large after forty years at the men's publication.
GQ superfans and, indeed, anyone who cares about the progress of men's style during Moore's record-breaking, four-decade run now can revel in Hunks & Heroes (Rizzoli, $75), a 375-page feast of clothes, celebrities and heartfelt commentary from the veteran fashion editor. --HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
Jim made the fantasy real, and the reality fantastic. He brought the world of fashion into the mainstream. He styled models, movie stars, world-famous musicians, and U.S. presidents, but he managed, no matter the wattage, to keep the reader foremost in mind, which is why the work stands up forty years later. Moore's legendary career is celebrated in his new book, HUNKS & HEROES: FOUR DECADES OF FASHION AT GQ, which illustrates for the first time the pivotal role he played in reshaping men's style. --FORBES.COM Legendary creative director Jim Moore has been part of the GQ family for some 40 years, and he's just released a book, Hunks and Heroes: Four Decades of Fashion at GQ, that highlights his influential body of work at the magazine. --FAST COMPANY In his 40 years at GQ, Creative Director at Large Jim Moore has seen it all. He's worked with legends of every sort, from Academy Award winners to Presidents. Along the way, he's left an indelible mark on men's style, teaching entire generations of guys how to dress.His new book, Hunks and Heroes, chronicles his influence by collecting his most memorable photo shoots for GQ. --GQ His new book, Hunks & Heroes: Four Decades of Fashion at GQ (Rizzoli) traces and celebrates Moore's 40 year career through 250 archival images of his most important collaborations with photographers such as Inez and Vinoodh, Peggy Sirota, and Craig McDean. --INTERVIEW