The Association of Magazine Media


New York, N.Y.—David Stuckey has been named Vice President of Revenue at GQ and GQ Style, it was announced today. Stuckey will be responsible for driving all revenue across all platforms for both brands, including licensing, products, and experiential partnerships.

“David brings with him a wealth of experience in the fashion and luxury space from his successful career at Vogue,” says Kelleher. “He is a tenured manager and leader who will help guide two of the premier brands in our portfolio to continued success while building on new platforms and revenue streams. I look forward to having him on the team.”

GQ and GQ Style core fashion issues showed +4% growth year over year. In 2017 GQ Style has seen +147% revenue growth in the watch & jewelry category. Additionally, GQ has successfully diversified its revenue streams over the last year, showing an +82% growth in licensing and custom products including the first-ever GQ Grooming Box and a capsule collection with Steve Madden. Other partnerships include GQ x Gap’s signature Best New Menswear Designers program which will feature international designers for the first time in September, and additional brand collaborations surrounding GQ’s 60thAnniversary throughout fall 2017. GQ’s total digital audience has grown +13% YoY, with a +64% growth in time spent on the site. GQ's video series including ‘The Resistance with Keith Olbermann’ and ‘Most Expensivest Shit’, broke records onsite and off this month with 53 million views on all platforms.

Stuckey joined Vogue in 2010 as Associate Publisher. During his tenure at flagship brand he’s led the successful sales efforts on the launch of, Vogue Runway, social, branded content and video platforms. He will report to Kim Kelleher, effective September 5th.


Thursday, August 3, 2017