Serena Williams has officially been named GQ’s Woman of the Year for 2018. She is one of four honorees to be featured on the cover. Some of the people also on the cover include: Director of the Year, Jonah Hill, actors Henry Golding (Star of the Year) and Michael B. Jordan (Leader of the Year).
“No matter how you cut it, Serena Williams had a remarkable year. Jeanne-Marie Laskas visits the G.O.A.T. at her Florida home to hear about the U.S. Open moment heard around the world, along with Serena’s plans for the future, her thoughts on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court appointment, and what it’s like to be a black woman in America in 2018. All that, plus GQ worked up a special surprise cover collaboration with Virgil Abloh—the Off-White designer behind her coolest on-court looks in 2018—featuring his signature quotation marks in his own handwriting.” GQ state on their website.
The first cover story features Michael B. Jordan, followed by Golding’s on Tuesday, Hill’s on Wednesday and Serena’s on Thursday.
Announcing GQ’s Men (and Woman) of the Year 2018: @michaelb4jordan, @henrygolding, @jonahhill, and @serenawilliams (featuring handwriting by @virgilabloh) https://t.co/EpG3lKCJ3r #GQMOTY pic.twitter.com/6MgczSxSpq
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) November 12, 2018