Inside Esquire Weekly: Issue 21

Smart drugs, casual style and Bloody Mary making, from our weekly iPad edition

The new issue of Esquire Weekly, our completely original iPad magazine is now available to download from appstore.com/esquireuk. Want to be instantly better without doing any work? Read on:

1 | There's a new breed of smart drugs emerging. Want to be able to control more than just your mood? No Problem. Learn about the drugs that can make you a better man: more attractive to the opposite sex, more successful at work, slimmer, they can even curb your booze intake. Will they work? What are the implications and do we really want them? Find out in the issue.

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2 | The highest grossing actor in Hollywood? Mr Gary Oldman. With Robocop just around the corner, one of England's greatest (and well loved) actors gives it to us straight on everything from Oscar nominations to remote controls.

| Wearing a suit is a wonderful thing, but every now and then, it pays to mix things up a little. In this week's issue we bring you five ways to dress down but look smart. Warning: You may never wear a whistle again.

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4 | Dry January's almost up which means that sooner or later, you'll be in need of a fast remedy the next morning. Whilst we wouldn't suggest this on a weekday, the Heston Blumenthal of cocktails, Tony Conigliaro, gives us a masterclass on the Bloody Mary. It is a sight to behold. Bottom's up.

5 | One of the most exciting but brutal films we've seen for a long time, Lone Survivor starring Mark Wahlberg, retells the story of a navy SEAL team trapped in enemy country and hugely outgunned. Marcus Luttrell, the only man to make it out alive tells us what really happened.

6 | 10 years ago this week, a young man called Mark Zuckerberg dreamed up The Facebook. Skip forward to today and, well, you know the rest. But as Facebook turns ten and stories of its demise abound, Sam Parker comes out in its defence.

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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)