Today marks the beginning of an exciting new era for Esquire. Download the new Esquire iPad App today and have a look around our stylish new storefront. The first thing you will see is the first edition of Esquire Weekly, your essential edit of the next seven days.
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In the launch issue of Esquire Weekly, you can enjoy exclusive videos, interactive features, brilliant writing and the very best in style advice – including an essential wardrobe update in three easy steps.
Esquire Contributing Editor Andrew Harrison waxes lyrical about the sublime new Arctic Monkeys album AM, and curates a superb playlist of tracks that have influenced Alex Turner’s finest work to date.
Also, read the legendary music writer Jon Savage on why The Clash (who release a lavish box-set this week) still matter.
Elsewhere, England midfielder Jack Wilshire shows off his tattoos in an Esquire Weekly video, while TV writer Louie Barfe previews Peaky Blinders, the new BBC gangster drama that’s being described as ‘the British Boardwalk Empire’, supported by a host of exclusive clips and video interviews.
And still there’s still more: Ned Beauman, the youngest author ever to be Booker long-listed, lists five winning novels every man should download; there’s a sexy camera from Leica you’ll want right now, and a tongue-in-cheek screen history of ‘White Vest Man’ to mark the opening of Channing Tatum’s White House Down.
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