Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 20

The new issue of Esquire Weekly, our completely original iPad magazine is now available to download here. Have a look at what’s in this week’s issue, a football transfer window special.

1 | It’s almost time for football’s silly season. Eye watering transfer fees, backroom deals and an unhealthy amount of sitting in your Range Rover waiting for your phone to ring. Matt Allen attempts to make sense of it all with the help of the Secret Footballer, mister deadline himself Sky Sports’ Jim White and financial experts Deloitte.

Read about the tapping up, the tactics players use, the best and worst January transfers and where all the cash actually goes.

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2 | It’s been a busy few weeks for the world’s fashion press, but what have they learned? we hear you ask, and are they in a position to share it with us? The answer is an emphatic yes, as our round up of the big news from London, Paris and Milan proves. Warning: Big trousers are coming.

3 | Edward Lewis speaks to actor Khalid Abdalla about why he felt he should return to Egypt to take part in the revolution that saw Mubarak step down. His time there was captured in the now Oscar nominated documentary, The Square.

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4 | SIHH, Geneva’s super watch show, which is happening right now, is where the year’s big time pieces are unveiled. The star of this year’s show? The new Jaeger LeCoultre Grand Complication, a white gold, ultra thin, limited edition brought to you here by Anthony Teasdale.

5 | We’ve hijacked another celebrity iPad, and this week it’s meta performance artist and prolific pub-scuffler, Shia LaBeouf. Find out what he (allegedly) thinks about, likes to watch and says when chats with Lars Von Trier.

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Esquire Weekly, our new, iPad-only edition, containing 100 per cent original content, is published every Thursday on the Apple Newsstand. Get your copy today by downloading the Esquire UK app to your iPad and buying an individual copy for 99p or taking out a three-month, six-month or year’s subscription (all of which include digital copies of the monthly magazine)