Kate Moss covers Esquire's September Issue

The September issue of Esquire is your guide to the very best Britain has to offer, including Croydon's most glamorous export Kate Moss, who graces our cover in an exclusive shoot by renowned photographer Craig McDean - her first shoot for a men's mag cover for 17 years.

Elsewhere stylist Olie Arnold edits a mighty 30-page fashion story on the must have Autumn/Winter pieces, whilst travel correspondent Tom Barber gives us the ultimate guide on where to eat, drink and be hazy in Russia's grand capital Saint Petersburg.

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There's also an enlightening report from Esquire's Editor-At-Large and acclaimed novelist Will Self on why he's the happiest when hiking in the Lake District (and he's been up the Alps!).

The September issue of Esquire is out this week. Also available as a digital edition.

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