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is the original and leading men's lifestyle magazine. Esquire
's award winning editorial covers everything a man needs to know each month including the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters.
Who Reads Esquire?
Esquire is a magazine for affluent and successful men. It is a magazine geared toward men who dress themselves, have the means and knowledge to invest, can order at a fine restaurant, have a healthy respect and admiration for women, enjoy enriching vacations, and have mastered life's basics.
What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Esquire surveys the landscape to unearth the smart edge of the culture: the people, places, things and trends that intelligent, sophisticated men want, need, and ought to know.
Magazine Layout: Esquire
- Style: Seasonal menswear forecasts identify the best options for men covering the gamut of menswear, furnishings, and accessories for the spring season.
- Women: Everything you want to know about women is answered by Esquire’s esteemed group of editors and resident experts.
- Trends: Focused on the stylish options and Esquire’s editors guide readers through all the best the seasons have to offer.
- Women We Love: Esquire’s most enduring franchise and a celebration of man’s favorite vice, saluting women whose beauty extends far beyond the physical, revealing Esquire’s pick of the Sexiest Woman Alive.
- People: Esquire celebrates and identifies the next generation of cultural influencers destined to impact our lives and shape the destiny of our countries national dialogue.
- Feature Articles: In each issue of Esquire, the talented editorial bring you the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters. You will find monthly features such as Esquire's Man at His Best, Style Tips, Ten Things You Don't Know about Women, Answer Fella, Funny Joke from a Beautiful Woman, What I've Learned, and Women We Love.
's design is witty and clean. Articles are displayed in easy to follow formats and feature vibrant images that detail items featured in the magazine. Contributors: Esquire
's contributors are some of the most world renowned journalists, TV personalities, musicians, authors and military strategists in the world, including Ted Allen, George Foreman, and Thomas P. M. Barnett. Past Issues: Comparisons to Other Magazines: Esquire
is a magazine that resonates with the modern man. It is a magazine that speaks to the multi-faceted, successful man, who is culturally in tune. The unique blend of intelligent service, stories, and ability to entertain and inspire makes it a must-read for tastemakers and influencers alike. Advertising: Esquire
has a wide variety of advertisers, from fashion to accessories and cars to spirits, and everything in between. Awards:
In 2007, Esquire
won a National Magazine Award in the reporting category. Since editor-in-chief, David Granger, took over in 1997, Esquire
has been nominated for 41 National Magazine Awards, with 10 wins.
Esquire is the original and leading men's lifestyle magazine. Esquire's award winning editorial covers everything a man needs to know each month including the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters.
- too many adds
I know these fashion mags have a lot of adds, but it seems like I flip through over 20 pages before I find anything to read. If you took the adds out, you problaby wouldn't have much more then a flyer left....more info
- A Deal at $3.00 a year!
Entertaining Magazine and good waiting room material! You don't mind waiting if they have this magazine on hand. ...more info
- The Best Men's Magazine Out There
I've been a regular reader of Esquire for just about 15 years. I'll probably be a reader for another 15. No other men's magazine compares: "GQ" might be twice as thick-full of ads, maybe an interesting article once in a while. "Men's Vogue" just doesn't have any personality that I can determine, where "Esquire" has a very definitive voice, full of character. "Details" is a whole lot of nothing-Maybe a page or two on something that might be interesting if it were developed. I'll not even mention "Maxim". Esquire's got, and has had, the most interesting writers. I consistently read it cover to cover....more info
- For rich secret agents that like really cheap magazines
Each issue of Esquire is like this: 30 pages of ads for expensive clothing, cars, cologne, and stuff like that before you even get to the table of contents. Then, in no particular order, you have an article about a celebrity you have absolutely no interest in, a feature about some clothing company or gadgets or something like that that you think is a really long ad (but isn't. Well, not officially.), a pictorial of some female celebrity you have never heard of, and one or two readable articles (these usually come in the form of short fiction or humor). Oh, and a lot more ads.
If you're thinking about subscribing to this because it's cheap and you just want something to read on the toilet or whatever, don't do that to yourself. Just subscribe to Mental Floss. If you want to have forgettable pop culture rammed down your throat and ads for all the latest gadgets and clothing so you can buy all that stuff so then when people come over to your swingin' secret agent pad they can look at your stuff and go "Damn, this guy's as cool as the people in magazine ads," then you should totally subscribe to this....more info
This is a great magazine for guys like myself that want to find ways to constintly look great....more info
- Awesome magazine
This is a really well-written magazine, with very interesting articles and great information on style. I would recommend it for the articles alone though!...more info
- Esquire - as good as ever
I hadn't read Esquire for a few years, but remembered it as being a great mixture of satire, fashion, and just interesting articles. When the opportunity to subscribe for a year for $2 presented itself, I couldn't resist. The magazine has changed somewhat, but the features that have not been continued have been replaced with other interesting things. It's a great read. I'm very happy with it. ...more info
- Best MEN's magazine out there
I first picked up a copy of Esquire a few years back at an airport, read it cover to cover to the flight, and haven't looked back since. It is a great magazine for men who are past the frat boy humor stage of their lives and are looking for something with more substance. The magazine's writers are top notch and regular segments like Answer Fella, Funny* Joke From A Beautiful Woman, and a sex column written by Stacy Grenrock Woods are always fun to read. The magazine regularly contains interesting articles on cocktails and recipes, restaurants and bars, movies and entertainment, sports and US and world news. And of course interviews with gorgeous and intelligent women, including a highly creative interview of Halle Berry by Tom Chiarella where Miss Berry writes the article and Mr. Chiarella annotates it. This is just one example of Esquire's creative approach to journalism. Sure, The Sexiest Woman Alive (where the woman so annointed is revealed piece by piece in different issues) may be tired (and to some, sexist), and some of the writing gets a little too tongue-in-cheek at times, but I have not yet found another men's magazine for which I would pay for a subscription....more info
- Great Mag
I've been a reader for 10 years now. It's got a little bit of everything in it. Something every guy can read....more info
- Fine Magzine
Interesting magazine. The page layout is sometimes annoying and difficult to follow. Content is entertaining....more info
- One of the Best
Esquire is the only magazine I subscribe to. The pictures are nice, the articles are even better, covering a range of topics from fashion, women, politics, to current events, social issues, and more! It definitely tries to target a more sophisticated audience than its rival magazines, GQ & Details. Plus, you can never go wrong with Chuck Klosterman, whose almost-monthly contributions alone make this magazine a worthy subscription....more info
- Pleasent Surprise
I bought this as a substitiute for a Vanity Fair & GQ subscriptions that had ended. I like the editorial aspects much better. I also look forward to certin sections each month. I will resuscribe when the time comes....more info
- My review
I was a little disappointed on how long it took for me to recieve my first issue. Now with another magazine that ordered at the same time Ive recieved 3 issues to your one...more info
- Ordering from Amazon....
For Christmas, I ordered my hubby a subscription to Esquire through Amazon and got a years subscription for only $3 because of the magazine special that was being featured at the time. What a deal!...more info
- Among My Favorite Magazines...
I recently "trimmed" my magazine purchases...down to two: Esquire and GQ. I put them both in a similar category: interesting articles, often irreverent...informative and entertaining. Of the half dozen magazines that were delivered to me in the past year, only these two were opened as soon as they arrived...the others would just lie there for days or more. I highly recommend Esquire...to any man with an interest in all things masculine....more info
- Not bad for value, but...
The content can be a little lacking and buried behind pages and pages of ads. But for the price, what can you expect?...more info
- 75 years old now, and still going strong
In their memorable October 2008 issue, Esquire celebrated their 75th anniversary. To commemorate the event they published an experimental limited-edition of the issue that featured something called electronic ink, with moving words and flashing images. My copy wasn't one of the lucky ones, but it was proof that this venerable publication wasn't behind the times.
This had been a magazine that I had previously bought the occasional issue to read in airport terminals while traveling, or in lobbies while waiting to keep an appointment. Had often thought about subscribing, but for one reason or another hadn't done it. I subscribed during one of those opportunities here on Amazon when the price was too good to pass up, and am glad that I did.
The magazine: their 200-page December 2008 issue had the expected plethora of ads, but also had some excellent recipes for chili, of all things, along with an amazingly creative gift guide. There was an interesting article about how Jaguar had been sold by Ford to India's Tata Motors and the effect that it would have on that carmaker. The issue also celebrated the innovators who are leading the way to a better world for all of us.
The March 2009 issue listed the top fifty songs that we should be listening to, and the diversity of their choices was surprising. No spoilers here; just look it up, even online, as they have a great Web presence to compliment their written articles. They offered suggestions on how we could create and maintain a better, greener environment, not just in a philosophical sense but with some innovative product suggestions as well. From that article I now know about Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap, a 100% organic product that has been around since WW II. We learn something new every day.
I have no problem with their ads, as here in this digital age they contribute to keeping the cost of this publication down. Their articles are tight and concise, often filled with more humor than one might expect from a magazine that's been around for so long.
Check the deals here. It's as good as it was in your father's or grandfather's day, only far more up to date... and actually even better.
- Esquire should be Required
I'm unsure why I had not found out about Esquire earlier. It's a great magazine all around. From fantastic articles about things you normally wouldn't see in stuff like People, or even Time. Also included are stories about some of the best actors and icons in American entertainment. They may not be responsible for world changes, but they're important in their own respect. Much like Playboy, some of the best fiction writen can be found between the covers of Esquire. This magazine has tidbits of information to help the normal man survive in the real world. It gives tips on how to make first impressions on the most improtant people you may encounter. Overall, it's a great magazine whether you're looking for helpful hints, interesting reads, great stories, or just plain fun....more info
- Great magazine
This is a magazine I never thought of picking up. Well since it was a great deal, I gave it a try. This is an excellent one not only for myself, but my husband. All articles are excellent for both men and women. Highly recommend!...more info
- where is it?
It must be VERY difficult to put a name on a list and put something in the mail. I got two subscriptions via Amazon and neither has arrived yet. Very frustrating....more info
- To smelly 4 me..
I have sensitivities to perfumes and such. They always have a sample of some kind of cologne or something like that. They should be more considerate than to bomb you with these disgusting smells when you have allergies to them. Even when you tear out the mess, the whole magazine smells and it gets all over everything. Have an unscented version. But it's too late anyway. They burned this bridge by NOT thinking of it before I got sick from it....more info
- From a woman's POV-LOVE ESQUIRE
Funny, witty, relevant. And I am a female. I'm not sure my demographic was their intended target but I am always happy with the articles in Esquire. I read it cover to cover. ...more info
- Fantastic Magazine
One of my favorite mags! Esquire is great - it is one of the few magazines that I always read cover to cover. It is extremely funny and I always enjoy it. I got the 2 year subscription on Amazon - which is an amazing price!...more info
- I have enjoyed this magazine for years
I first subscribed to Esquire five years ago as part of a package subscription that got me Esquire, FHM, Maxim, and Stuff for a ONE LOW PRICE!!!. After a few issues of the other magazines, they became nothing more than an annoyance, and I would frequently throw them in the recycling bin before even reading through them. Esquire, however, made a subscriber out of me. The magazine is funny throughout. They do a great job of writing in a very specific, dryly amusing tone that permeates all the articles and makes everything a joy to read. They have many regular features I look forward to, but I also am consistently impressed with the top notch choice of topics their feature articles cover, and the writing within them. My only complaint would be that I would like to see more fiction. When they do publish fiction, it is always of quality, and it makes the dry spells that much harder to endure.
As another endorsement, I would also like to mention that I literally have never had someone over at my house who has not enjoyed reading Esquire. Friends, girlfriends, party-goers, parents, siblings, and even one time a cable internet installation guy. Everyone loves Esquire. I highly recommend this publication....more info
- Only for the obnoxiously vain
I really hate magazines like this that have more advertisements for 800.00 shoes than they do actual articles on anything remotely interesting. I subscribed for a year but I hardly even crack the pages open when it comes in the mail now. Is anybody really as vain as the editors seem to assume that we are? I think you might like this magazine if you are a money hungry elitist who abandoned your kids in the pursuit of a bigger office and a nicer car. IF you are interseted in which 10,000 dollar watch best fits your summer wardrobe then this magazine is for you. ...more info
- A good read
Esquire is usually the magazine I pick up and read when I am waiting to get my hair cut or sitting at an airport. The articles are interesting and often humorous. I enjoy the sections on men's fashion. Esquire is definitely the best of the men's magazines....more info
- Enjoyed first issue of subscription
One issue into my subscription, I really did enjoy my first issue of Esquire. I look forward to my future issues. I am not sure I would pay the normal cost of a subscription, though. The magazine makes enough money on the ads they sell, I see no reason why I should pay to read them. The articles were entertaining, informative and influenced me to investigate certain issues for myself. ...more info
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