GQ has revealed its 2018 Men (and Woman) of the Year winners for its 23rd-annual Men of the Year issue, featuring Michael B. Jordan, Jonah Hill, Henry Golding and Serena Williams as the sole woman of the year.

Each featured cover star has had an eventful year with 2018 coming to a close, and the publication has appointed each individual with a certain recognition. Michael B. Jordan is crowned as Leader of the Year, thanks to his dominance in the box office with his roles in Black Panther and Creed II, while also explaining his goals to take over Hollywood.

Henry Golding has been named Star of the Year, breaking out in the successful Crazy Rich Asians film, and deeming himself as one of the industry’s must-hire new actors, while Jonah Hill is appointed Director of the Year, for his amazing work on the coming-of-age skater flick Mid90s. Lastly, Serena Williams is Champion of the Year, who returned to compete in tennis tournaments after giving birth to her daughter.

Additionally, each cover star is accompanied with a cover story that details their eventful 2018, while flaunting their signature and dapper looks. Furthermore, the most interesting cover is directed at Serena Williams, which features Virgil Abloh’s signature quotation marks in his own handwriting, by eliminating “Men” and replacing it with “WOMAN” of the Year.

For more details, head on over to GQ.

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Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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