Esquire's Big Black Book Is Back

It's back! The second issue of The Big Black Book, our new biannual style manual for successful men, goes on sale from today. From the makers of Esquire, the luxuriously-produced hard-backed edition covers everything you need to know for the autumn/ winter 2013 fashion season; and plenty more besides.

We go behind the scenes at Aston Martin, celebrate 125 years of the National Geographic Society, follow the trail of the world's finest wool from New South Wales to Trivero, Italy and  have Louis Vuitton boss Kim Jones explain how he finds inspiration from Bhutan and the furthest corners of the globe. (It turns out travel is a bit of a theme this time.)

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All this is bought to you by the best writers, photographers and designers in the business. 

The Big Black Book – Issue No. 2 is on sale from all good newsagents, better bookshops and the Apple Newsstand, priced £6.

Don't even think about getting dressed without it.

Check out the digital edition of Esquire's Big Black Book on iTunes.

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