Monday, 19 August 2013

Inside - Esquire September 2013

For the September 'Made in Britain' issue, Esquire have chosen Kate Moss as their cover girl. It is a dramatic and eye catching image - Kate photographed by Craig McDean wearing a Marios Schwab bodysuit and Henry Rose for Stella McCartney tailcoat, looks exactly as we have come the iconic model to look with her suggestive and smouldering, enigmatic face. 


This edition is Esquire at its best - full of great fashion showcasing the best of the new season. Jeremy Langmead waxes lyrical on the best of eccentric british fashion. The Mens Collection, styled by Olie Arnold and snapped by Benni Valsson  is superb. You will be rushing out to buy a Zegna overcoat and Hugo Boss camel crew neck. 

Elsewhere, Dan Davies meets writer David Peace, and Andrew Hankinson goes back to the roots of the English Premier League. Tom Barber also visits St Petersburg, a personal top travel destination. 

This issue does exactly what it sets out to do - showcase the best of British fashion (suits by Thom Sweeney), culture, holidays (a weekend in the Lake District) and food (the best fish and chips), all neatly condensed for the Esquire gent. 

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