Wed 5 Mar, AT 13:17
Murder, drug trafficking, lesbianism, an undisclosed brain tumour – can any of this really stick?
Tue 12 Feb, AT 09:26
He killed the terrorist leader with three bullets, but former sniper has no pension or health insurance
Thu 17 Jan, AT 16:22
Esquire's profile of Hollywood actress sets new benchmark for awful celebrity interviews, say critics
Mon 7 Jun, AT 16:13
Esquire plumped for Mad Men star after Johansson pulled out of cover shoot
Wed 6 Jan, AT 18:26
Sadly, her most recent
film is not one most
critics want to see again
It began in 1933 as a lad's mag of sorts, but Esquire soon had more serious aspirations. It was publishing the likes of Truman Capote and Dorothy Parker, and needed covers to match its content. So, advertising whiz-kid George Lois obliged with a run of 92 trailblazing covers dating from 1962 to 1972.