Esquire Essentials: A Day at the Beach

Make sure you hit the sand in style.

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The Great Esquire Sex Study

Esquire.com readers open up about monogamy, consent, sexual health and other intimate issues of our time.

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Check Out This Letter Hemingway Wrote to His Old Boss at Esquire

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The ‘Esquire Man’ Is Dead. Long Live the ‘Esquire Man.’

Esquire magazine, long the man’s bible, looks to chart a new course in an era of transgender bathrooms and pink hats.
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Esquire Teams With Macy’s on Men’s Jewelry Collection

Esquire is trying out additional revenue streams.
The Hearst-owned magazine has launched a men’s jewelry line that’s available exclusively at more than 500 Macy’s stores nationwide and at macys.com.
The line, which was developed in partnership with SHR Jewelry Group, includes more than 70 pieces that are divided into four categories: day, evening, work and sport and adventure. The assortment retails from $ 50 to $ 1,500.
To bring an editorial touch to the collection, each piece will come with a style guide from Esquire editors explaining what the piece is made of and offering styling suggestions.
“Esquire’s reputation as a known fashion authority enables us to bring a unique and stylish point of view to men’s jewelry,” notes Glen Ellen Brown, vice president of Hearst Brand Development. “The collection’s accessibility and versatility help men look good without looking like they’re trying. SHR and Macy’s are fantastic partners who understand the Esquire sensibility and its appeal.”
This isn’t Esquire’s first foray into product. In September, the brand partnered with Farouk Systems Inc. on The Esquire Ultimate Grooming Collection, which is available in professional salons. In 2013 it introduced a shirt and tie collection at Men’s Wearhouse, which still exists, and there’s the Manhattan barrel-finished cocktail the brand created

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‘Esquire’ the Rules – A Man’s Guide to Life

‘Esquire’ the Rules – A Man’s Guide to Life


Just being a man was never more fraught with confusion and peril. Derived from Esquire’s popular feature, this men’s manual to life in the 21st century offers more than 500 rules that make for lightearted reading and manly musings. Accompanied by wry black and white illustrations on each page, the rules are guaranteed to set a man straight. Here is entertainment to live by: Rule number 28: If there is danger involved, it is fun. Rule number 288: ‘Irregardless’ is not a word, irregardless of what you say. Rule number 71: The best blind dates are with girls named Kelly or Samantha. Rule number 112: You cut the fat, you cut the flavour. Rule number 117: No movie should have its title incorporated into the dialogue. Rule number 198: When it comes to luggage, men don’t pull. Rule number 243: Slow-motion violence goes best with Mahler. Rule number 289: The people who elect to perform karaoke are never the people you wish to perform karaoke. Rule number 311: A man should avoid using the phrase ‘assume the position’ on the first date. Rule number 317: No straws.

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