FQ Magazine

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

FQ Magazine was launched in 2003 and was the second ‘dad’ magazine to hit the UK news stands[1] aimed at new dads and single fathers. The first issue featured David Beckham.

FQ Magazine targets men whose lifestyles have changed due to having children, but are still interested in fashion, cars and gadgets. Celebrity parents have created an image of cool dads that like to lavish themselves, and families, with consumer products like designer pushchairs and designer clothes. Famous fathers including José Mourinho, Ewan McGregor, Will Smith, Johnny Depp, Frank Lampard and Jamie Oliver are amongst some of the fathers interviewed by the magazine.

Damion Queva, FQ Magazine's UK publisher, has made appearances on a number of television and radio stations/shows, including BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 5 Live, Sky News, Living TV and The Baby Channel.

References[edit]

  1. ^ BBC News Online (2003-05-30). "From babes to babies". Retrieved 2010-01-04. 

External links[edit]