Inside Esquire Weekly Issue 44

Seven things we learned making the new Esquire Weekly

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Esquire Weekly is available to download on your iPhone. That’s right, we’ve converted our award winning digital magazine into a great read for your mobile. Designed specifically with the device in mind, you’ll get the style, advice and cultural commentary that Esquire is famous for, all in your pocket. To see what we’re talking about, download the Esquire UK app from iTunes and either buy this week’s issue for 99p or take out a three-month subscription package for just £4.99 (in which we’ll give you a month’s free trial to decide whether you like it. We think you will).

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1 | To make great drinks you need good ice

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So simple it’s often overlooked, but, as our cast of award winning bartenders, mixologists and brand ambassadors explain, in our comprehensive guide to great summer cocktails, you can’t make a good dram without it.

2 | Our Legacy’s new collection is ace

The Swedish brand’s new range lands in stores this week and it’s well worth checking out, as is our Crunch List, a guide to the week’s stylish movings and shakings.

3 | It’s all kicking off over electronic cigarettes

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As our correspondent, Will Nicoll explains, the rush by major tobacco firms to dominate the market share of this supposedly safe alternative to smoking, has left some pretty big questions unanswered. Are we on the brink of a new addiction? Very possibly.


4 | Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys is not the only summer album

Indeed, as we explain, in our guide to the records you need when the mercury rises, you can chose from a selection as diverse as New York’s Hercules and Love Affair to the British psych soul of Lewis Taylor. This is the soundtrack to your summer taken care of.

5 | Great aftershave can smell of vegetables

Well, that and lots of other complex things as well. In our round up of scents worth wearing, for every type of man, you’ll find this, plus Sicilian orange, juniper, lime and even basil. Don’t spritz anything until you’ve consulted this piece.

6 | Espadrilles have been worn by some of Hollywood’s most stylish men

And Salvador Dali. In fact, the shoe, created by Spanish peasants, has a bit of a cult following amongst the world’s cultural elite. We select the ten best available to buy right now and source expert advice on how to avoid looking like a berk with them on.

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