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Esquire's Head Writer, Wayne Cheong, reviews things. This time, he delves into some of the most-talked-about looks in Milan and Paris.
Modernity at the cost of identity, history, and culture?
The CD arrives February 24th, with a vinyl edition on April 21.
According to new research, at least.
Following up with a deserving take on originality with two new music videos.
Burberry looks into Henry Moore's artistic creations for its February 2017 collection.
She may come across as distant and private (or misleading, if you recall that social media fiasco), but she has no qualms in baring her heart about being a late bloomer in her career and love life.
Active-wear hits high with brands like Uniqlo and Y-3 SPORT getting in on the action.
Plus a list of special interests to pursue upon touchdown.
Be caution of lust.
The founding principal of Pomeroy Studio, and host of Channel NewsAsia's Smart Cities, opens up on urban planning
And you should be too.
The brooding thespian ferries us through his latest role in See You Tomorrow.
From key colours to essential outerwear, here's what hit the runways.
Casual visitors might be awed by the Tokyo Station Hotel’s grandeur, as they should be, but beneath the glamour is a century-old history worth uncovering.
Street-cred for the tailored one.
Caution: Don't blast this ear-sized boombox.
The only thing missing is the local food. But who cares when there’s beer?
Diplomacy through soft power.
A ray of sartorial sunshine amidst these uncertain times.