LOOK: Gary Barlow, Harry Judd, Nick Grimshaw, George Michael, Charlie Condou all on special collectable Attitude magazine covers this month!
Attitude magazine, Europe’s biggest and best-selling gay lifestyle title, celebrated in style this week with the inaugural Attitude Awards, in association with Virgin Holidays, to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
And to commemorate the occasion, Attitude has published its biggest ever issue, complete with no less than eight collectable covers to herald some of its brightest award-winners.
Gary Barlow – Most Stylish Man of the Year (supported by Hugo Boss) Harry Judd – Hottest Man of the Year (supported by Lick Underwear) Nick Grimshaw – Editor’s Special Award Sir Ian McKellen – ICON Award for Outstanding Achievement George Michael – ICON Award for Outstanding Achievement Peter Tatchell – ICON Award for Outstanding Achievement Charlie Condou – Man of the Year (supported by Virgin Holidays) Marina and the Diamonds – Music Award (supported by Viagogo)
A glittering, red-carpet event at the fabulous One Mayfair in London’s West End toasted the great and the good of the LGBT community and its allies, including awards presenters Graham Norton, Julien McDonald, Grace Woodward, Pixie Lott, Little Mix, Louie Spence, Russell Tovey, John Partridge, Matt Jarvis, Sinitta, Matthew Cain, Antony Cotton, the Rt Hon Stephen Gilbert and the Minister for Equality, the Rt Hon Maria Miller.
The remaining winners are listed below.
Attitude Publishing Director, Darren Styles, comments: “It was the biggest night in Attitude’s 18-year history and to support this sensational event we needed the magazine to respond in kind – hence eight collectable covers on our biggest-ever issue to reflect the breadth of talents of our wonderful winners.”
Attitude Editor Matthew Todd comments: “At a time when gay people are taking a bashing from religious extremists we wanted to celebrate the gay community and those who support us. What better way than with eight special covers dedicated to just some of our heroes?”
And the remaining winners were:
Diesel – Fashion Brand of the Year
Christopher Bailey at Burberry – Fashion Designer of the Year Weekend (director and screenwriter Andrew Haigh) – Film Award Diversity Role Models – Community Group Award Will Young – Culture Award (supported by Renault) Clare Balding – TV Personality of the Year Lynne Featherstone – Politician of the Year Team GB – Active Award Lady Gaga – Live Act of the Year (supported by Viagogo) New York – Destination of the Year (supported by Virgin Holidays) Caitlin Moran – Honorary Gay of the Year