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Five things that happened this week that everyone should read about.
Seriously though, it probably wasn't very good for that tuxedo.
The man who was Tywin Lannister talks legacies, British tailoring and whether he still watches Game of Thrones.
From Royale with cheese to killing Bill.
Adidas is looking to push another classic this summer, with the Gazelle — first released in 1966.
17 hacks and secrets of your iPhone that you will want to know about.
The inaugural Esquire Talks took place at Kilo Lounge as acclaimed restaurateurs weighed in on the art of creating an exceptional culinary experience.
How do you explain that to a Facebook friend?
Bell & Ross launches into outerspace with the BR-X1 Hyperstellar.
World records were smashed, and one pocket watch sold for more than USD3 million.
It's a Korean ice-cream known as Gyeondyo-bar, which literally translates to "hang in there."
From a single mother just above the poverty line to a real-estate millionaire.
Fin Carew wonders if he's sick of stupid films because he's grown up, or because they suck.
Street-style photographer Karl-Edwin Guerre (pronounced gear) is just as stylish as the people he photographs.
The Singapore government is taking a new holistic approach to its education system. Kirsten Han investigates why the country is unlearning from its success and how this fits the children of the system—with some playtime in between.
I narrowed everything down to two suitcases.
People love H&M's designer collaborations—maybe a little too much.
This season's trends are all looks your old man has been rocking for years.
Paul Smith used wool, cotton and silk to design an elegant ensemble for the Red Devils.
You probably won't want to skate in these, though