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Esquire

Esquire

March 2020

Esquire is a funny, informative, connected magazine that covers the interests of American men—all the interests of the American man: Politics, style, advice, women, health, eating and drinking, the most interesting people of our time. All that and it’s the most-honored monthly magazine in history.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Hearst
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1 min.
rule no. 854

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s the mentality Dior Homme brought to its newly imagined cologne, leaning into a modern iteration with more of the woody and gutsy elements. A few spritzes and you’re diving into a deep, sophisticated feeling—without losing the sort of freshness you need in an everyday fragrance. Need an endorsement? Just ask Robert Pattinson: “You don’t really notice you’re wearing a fragrance at all.” For more from him on his personal style, turn to page 38.…

2 min.
esquire

MICHAEL SEBASTIAN EDITOR IN CHIEF NICK SULLIVAN Creative Director BEN BOSKOVICH Deputy Editor ROCKWELL HARWOOD Design Director JOHN KENNEY Managing Editor KELLY STOUT Articles Director KEVIN SINTUMUANG Culture and Lifestyle Director JONATHAN EVANS Style Director RANDI PECK Executive Director of Talent JEFF GORDINIER Food and Drinks Editor ERIC SULLIVAN Senior Editor KATE STOREY Senior Staff Writer AMY GRACE LOYD Literary Editor MATT MILLER Culture Editor JACK HOLMES Politics Editor ADRIENNE WESTENFELD, BRADY LANGMANN Assistant Editors SARAH RENSE Associate Lifestyle Editor MADISON VAIN Associate Editor, Social Media JUSTIN KIRKLAND Staff Writer DOMINICK NERO Video Editor LAUREN KRANC Editorial Assistant ART DRAGOS LEMNEI Consulting Design Director MICHAEL HOUTZ Consulting Art Director MIKE KIM Senior Designer CAMERON SHERRILL Lead Motion Designer REBECCA IOVAN Digital Imaging Specialist FASHION TED STAFFORD Market Director ALFONSO FERNÁNDEZ NAVAS Fashion Assistant HEARST VISUAL GROUP ALIX CAMPBELL Chief Visual Content Director, Hearst Magazines JUSTIN O’NEILL Visual Director • SALLY BERMAN Deputy Visual Director KELLY SHERIN Visual Editor • DEIRDRE READ Senior Visual Researcher GIANCARLOS…

3 min.
this way in a letter from the editor

“Fame, fame, fatal fame It can play hideous tricks on the brain. But still I’d rather be famous Than righteous or holy Any day Any day Any day.”—The Smiths, “Frankly, Mr. Shankly” RECENTLY, WHILE HUNGOVER, I CAUGHT UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS. MY young children were down for a nap, befuddled by why helping them put together a Hello Kitty puzzle had nearly made Dad’s eyeballs explode. I was nestled up beside my wife on the couch; she was watching an Easter episode of Keeping Up with… in which Kris Jenner, the matriarch of reality TV, hosts a Sunday-afternoon party for the family’s mostly famous friends. Somewhere around the egg hunt, it dawned on me: A decade ago, many halfway-respectable people—including a few in the pages of this magazine—dismissed the Kardashians as famous…

6 min.
john krasinski isn’t trying to be your red-state hero

ON MARCH 9, 2018, JOHN KRASINSKI AND HIS WIFE, Emily Blunt, were in the back of a car in Austin heading to the world premiere of A Quiet Place, at SXSW. Krasinski was terrified, and Blunt could tell. He had been working on the final sound mix of the movie (which he cowrote, directed, and starred in alongside his wife) until 5:30 that morning. He left the studio and flew directly to Texas. “Emily was holding my hand, and she was like, ‘You should eat something,’” Krasinski remembers. “And I said, ‘What do you mean? We just had lunch.’ And she goes, ‘John, you didn’t eat lunch.’ I totally didn’t realize how the nerves were coming out.” Blunt told him to focus on one thing. And he said he’d be…

1 min.
wings is better than the beatles

I want you to try something after a stressful day. Pour yourself a drink and put on the Beatles. It’s … fine. A perfectly good collection of songs you’ve heard three million times that are now mostly background. But the Beatles don’t quiet your brain. Then cue up Wings, the band Paul McCartney formed with his wife Linda after the Fab Four broke up. It’s pure, uncut Paul: buoyant pop that’s often saccharine and occasionally weird. Wings is what happens when John Lennon isn’t there to raise an eye-brow. McCartney without Lennon transports you. (“Haaands across the water …”) Wings is what it feels like when you come home to your wife and kids after a couple happy-hour drinks. (“Love doesn’t come in a minute!”) Wings lights up the part…

2 min.
stay gold, ponyboy

I don’t want to completely blow your mind [extended bong rip], but have you ever really considered the nature of the self? Are we born with immutable characteristics that define us throughout our days on this planet, or do we reinvent ourselves constantly—sometimes so totally that the “you” you are now isn’t the same you as, say, last year? What I’m really trying to ask here is: Am I the kind of guy who can wear a gold chain? Sure, I’m physically capable of draping one around my neck. But that’s not the challenge. A necklace is a necklace, but I’d never been able to get past the idea that a string of precious-metal links is more than that. It’s a statement. Of wealth. Or confidence. A desire to let the world…