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Esquire (1-year)

3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)

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Esquire is the original and leading men's lifestyle magazine. Esquire's award winning editorial covers everything a man needs to know each month including the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters.

Who Reads Esquire?
Esquire is a magazine for affluent and successful men. It is a magazine geared toward men who dress themselves, have the means and knowledge to invest, can order at a fine restaurant, have a healthy respect and admiration for women, enjoy enriching vacations, and have mastered life's basics.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Esquire surveys the landscape to unearth the smart edge of the culture: the people, places, things and trends that intelligent, sophisticated men want, need, and ought to know.

  • Style: Seasonal menswear forecasts identify the best options for men covering the gamut of menswear, furnishings, and accessories for the spring season.
  • Women: Everything you want to know about women is answered by Esquire’s esteemed group of editors and resident experts.
  • Trends: Focused on the stylish options and Esquire’s editors guide readers through all the best the seasons have to offer.
  • Women We Love: Esquire’s most enduring franchise and a celebration of man’s favorite vice, saluting women whose beauty extends far beyond the physical, revealing Esquire’s pick of the Sexiest Woman Alive.
  • People: Esquire celebrates and identifies the next generation of cultural influencers destined to impact our lives and shape the destiny of our countries national dialogue.
  • Feature Articles: In each issue of Esquire, the talented editorial bring you the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters. You will find monthly features such as Esquire's Man at His Best, Style Tips, Ten Things You Don't Know about Women, Answer Fella, Funny Joke from a Beautiful Woman, What I've Learned, and Women We Love.

Magazine Layout:
Esquire's design is witty and clean. Articles are displayed in easy to follow formats and feature vibrant images that detail items featured in the magazine.

Contributors:
Esquire's contributors are some of the most world renowned journalists, TV personalities, musicians, authors and military strategists in the world, including Ted Allen, George Foreman, and Thomas P. M. Barnett.

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Comparisons to Other Magazines:
Esquire is a magazine that resonates with the modern man. It is a magazine that speaks to the multi-faceted, successful man, who is culturally in tune. The unique blend of intelligent service, stories, and ability to entertain and inspire makes it a must-read for tastemakers and influencers alike.

Advertising:
Esquire has a wide variety of advertisers, from fashion to accessories and cars to spirits, and everything in between.

Awards:
In 2007, Esquire won a National Magazine Award in the reporting category. Since editor-in-chief, David Granger, took over in 1997, Esquire has been nominated for 41 National Magazine Awards, with 10 wins.

Product Description

Esquire is the original and leading men's lifestyle magazine. Esquire's award winning editorial covers everything a man needs to know each month including the latest on style and clothes, what's new in cars, culture and entertainment and advice on money matters.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B000M06NP4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • This magazine subscription is provided by Hearst Magazines

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
81 of 89 people found the following review helpful
Subscription Term Name:1-year|Verified Purchase
The cover on my last issue featured Sofia Vergara in Agent Provocateur's black lingerie - and I still didn't bother to renew my subscription. It was too little, too late for a magazine that initially drew my interest as I smarter alternative to Maxim and a more coffee-table friendly alternative to Playboy. Alas, after a one-year subscription, Esquire failed to capture me.

I purchased my Esquire subscription with the same expectations I had for GQ, magazines known more for their abundant advertisements and cologne samples than for an unique, interesting take on men's interests. Esquire pushes well beyond my limits. The April 2012 edition (my last) makes a perfect example. The table of contents appears on page 25; advertisements packed between it and the cover:

Bvlgari
Giorgio Armani
Ermenegildo Zegna
Dolce & Gabbana
Calvin Klein
Woodford Reserve
Lincs DC & Co
Newport Beach Film Festival
Hugo Boss
Luminox
Moontower Comedy & Oddity Fest
Buick

That's 24 pages of advertisements before you reach the first editorial copy. And if you think that's an unfair representation, let me share that the next 20 pages includes ads for JC Penny, Tommy Hilfiger, Triumph, Canali, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ford, Breitling, Hickey Freeman, Gucci and Citibank. Within the next 20 pages, there are two more pages thinly spread with a table of contents, a staff listing, and only four pages of content, one of which carries the staff listing jump.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 75 years old now, and still going strong March 20, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1-year|Verified Purchase
In their memorable October 2008 issue, Esquire celebrated their 75th anniversary. To commemorate the event they published an experimental limited-edition of the issue that featured something called electronic ink, with moving words and flashing images. My copy wasn't one of the lucky ones, but it was proof that this venerable publication wasn't behind the times.

This had been a magazine that I had previously bought the occasional issue to read in airport terminals while traveling, or in lobbies while waiting to keep an appointment. Had often thought about subscribing, but for one reason or another hadn't done it. I subscribed during one of those opportunities here on Amazon when the price was too good to pass up, and am glad that I did.

The magazine: their 200-page December 2008 issue had the expected plethora of ads, but also had some excellent recipes for chili, of all things, along with an amazingly creative gift guide. There was an interesting article about how Jaguar had been sold by Ford to India's Tata Motors and the effect that it would have on that carmaker. The issue also celebrated the innovators who are leading the way to a better world for all of us.

The March 2009 issue listed the top fifty songs that we should be listening to, and the diversity of their choices was surprising. No spoilers here; just look it up, even online, as they have a great Web presence to compliment their written articles. They offered suggestions on how we could create and maintain a better, greener environment, not just in a philosophical sense but with some innovative product suggestions as well.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best MEN's magazine out there June 29, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1-year|Verified Purchase
I first picked up a copy of Esquire a few years back at an airport, read it cover to cover to the flight, and haven't looked back since. It is a great magazine for men who are past the frat boy humor stage of their lives and are looking for something with more substance. The magazine's writers are top notch and regular segments like Answer Fella, Funny* Joke From A Beautiful Woman, and a sex column written by Stacy Grenrock Woods are always fun to read. The magazine regularly contains interesting articles on cocktails and recipes, restaurants and bars, movies and entertainment, sports and US and world news. And of course interviews with gorgeous and intelligent women, including a highly creative interview of Halle Berry by Tom Chiarella where Miss Berry writes the article and Mr. Chiarella annotates it. This is just one example of Esquire's creative approach to journalism. Sure, The Sexiest Woman Alive (where the woman so annointed is revealed piece by piece in different issues) may be tired (and to some, sexist), and some of the writing gets a little too tongue-in-cheek at times, but I have not yet found another men's magazine for which I would pay for a subscription.
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225 of 305 people found the following review helpful
By Andrew
Subscription Term Name:2-year
Each issue of Esquire is like this: 30 pages of ads for expensive clothing, cars, cologne, and stuff like that before you even get to the table of contents. Then, in no particular order, you have an article about a celebrity you have absolutely no interest in, a feature about some clothing company or gadgets or something like that that you think is a really long ad (but isn't. Well, not officially.), a pictorial of some female celebrity you have never heard of, and one or two readable articles (these usually come in the form of short fiction or humor). Oh, and a lot more ads.

If you're thinking about subscribing to this because it's cheap and you just want something to read on the toilet or whatever, don't do that to yourself. Just spend a few extra dollars and subscribe to Mental Floss. If you want to have forgettable pop culture rammed down your throat and ads for all the latest gadgets and clothing so you can buy all that stuff so then when people come over to your swingin' secret agent pad they can look at your stuff and go "Damn, this guy's as cool as the people in magazine ads," then you should totally subscribe to this.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE Esquire!
Bar none, best writing of any current magazine and I'm a girl.
Published 2 days ago by Anita Sinclair
1.0 out of 5 stars Amazon doesn't care about their customers
Worst experience with Amazon. I ordered this magazine for a friend and I thought it was odd that Amazon would only offer it with and auto-renewal clause. Read more
Published 2 days ago by Steven Tkac
3.0 out of 5 stars Great For Self-absorbed Young Men
I guess it's OK, but not for me. In my opinion, this magazine is very petty and is designed to appeal to extremely self-absorbed young men. Read more
Published 5 days ago by mrliberty
1.0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE OF HEARST MAGAZINES
HEARST MAGAZINES stole my money, they took too long to send my subscription, and after I cancelled my subscription, they kept $0.80 of my money.
Published 15 days ago by J
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended Seller
Started faster than expected.
Published 16 days ago by Bruce A. Fichelson
5.0 out of 5 stars Great gift for my husband
I bought this for my husband for Christmas. He loved it! It was a great surprise for him! A good surprise that keeps on give all year round!
Published 17 days ago by Jessika
5.0 out of 5 stars I'll won't stop until they do
Targeted for men but I've adored it for too many years to count. "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." Thank you for a lifetime of information and entertainment.
Published 28 days ago by AM
2.0 out of 5 stars Same old stuff
I've been getting these for a while now and rarely do I find anything interesting in them. I won't be renewing my subscription.
Published 2 months ago by Watchguy
5.0 out of 5 stars Caters to all my Menswear needs.
Esquire provides me with style tips, ideas, and direction when it comes to dressing sharp. I enjoy flipping through the pages finding ways to upgrade my sense of style.
Published 2 months ago by Dkxg843
5.0 out of 5 stars Good variety
Bought this subscription for my boyfriend and he loves it. He says it has a lot of variety and that he enjoys reading and looking at all the ads and pictures in this magazine.
Published 2 months ago by ABAP
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