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From: Esquire UK.
Ethereal, beguiling, enrapturing, bewitching - we're running out of adjectives now - FKA Twigs performed at Pitchfork Festival in Canada, and everyone loved it.
Alicia Vikander is definitely having a moment right now. She's been cast as the next Lara Croft, as well as taking up a leading role in the new Bourne film. That crosshair's a bit ominous though, isn't it?
Karlie Kloss is the official face of Adidas and Stella McCartney's latest collaboration. Here she is smashing the ground with her extremely powerful and stylish feet.
Michelle Obama continued her reign as the coolest First Lady ever by joining James Corden in the Carpool Karaoke passenger seat (great Beyoncé impression). Can you imagine Cherie Blair doing that? Go on, give it a try.
Emily Ratajkowski here with the classic summer ensemble of white T-shirt, denim shorts, shades and...a bagel?
Taking a cue from Matthew McConaughey's recent renaissance, Winona Ryder has made a great big, critically-acclaimed comeback in the better than excellent Stranger Things on Netflix.
Another week, another Leo love story. This time it's 24-year-old Danish supermodel (colour us shocked) Nina Agdal who is the alledged lucky lady. They'll be riding bikes around New York and lounging on superyachts together any minute now.
It feels like the Star Trek Beyond promo tour has been going on for decades, but on the plus side: Zoe Saldana's in it. Although you'd think that being able to do the Vulcan sign properly would be a pre-requisite...
The women of Esquire in July.
One of the many emerging talents on Esquire's radar.
Singapore's three-time Paralympic gold medallist takes us underwater to reveal her most powerful and defining form.
Jean Danker typifies the good girl that you hear about, the studious, “by-the-books” kind that you can take home to mother.
This is a story of how an 11-year-old American girl became a Korean music sensation who is worshipped around the world. This is a story of betrayal and liberty in an industry that values one over the other. This is the story of how a queen is made.
She won the crown, but can Rathi
Menon make something of her reign?