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The world has gone to shit, we are talking scorched earth. Grab all your valuables and make a run for it.
Photographs by Vanessa Caitlin, Styling by Eugene Lim, Grooming by Alex T.,
Photography Assisted by Chao Fan, Styling Assisted by Derrick Tan, Lestari Hairul and Shawn Wu
Special Thanks to Han Sai Por, Black Forest 2016
Nylon bomber jacket by Balenciaga, cotton jacket and cotton trousers, both by Dior Homme, nylon backpack and leather backpack, both by Berluti.
Cashmere, silk and wool shirt, raffia necklace and lambskin monkey charm, all by Loewe; cotton shirt (worn underneath) by ISSEY MIYAKE MEN; cotton and polyester trousers by Stella McCartney Men; checked print leather sling bag, green camouflage print leather sling bag and nylon backpack, all by Givenchy.
Polyamide coat, cashmere jacket and cotton trousers, all by Moncler Gamme Bleu; silk windbreaker by Prada; leather boots by Balenciaga.
Cotton double-breasted jacket and leather boots, both by Balenciaga; cotton turtleneck pullover, and cotton and elastane trousers, both by Gucci; cotton shirt by Dior Homme; leather Puzzle bag Loewe; straw leather and leather Capacity bag, both by Hermès.
Wool coat and wool trousers, both by Balenciaga, leather shoes by Prada. From left: cotton scarf by Loewe, cotton and silk scarf by Dior Homme, wool and silk scarf by Hermès; cotton scarf by Loewe.
Cotton quilted jacket by Craig Green at Club 21 Mens; nylon trousers by Prada; leather weekender by BOSS (top); leather weekender by Coach (middle); leather and canvas weekender by Berluti (bottom); leather belt by Balenciaga (used to hold the bags together); gold-dipped leather bucket bag by Loewe; canvas and calfskin sneakers by Dior Homme.
Like a moth to a flame.
Esquire speaks to Remo Ruffini as he reveals his plans for the Moncler Genius, the spark for his love of the brand as well as his thoughts on collaboration with other creatives.
Christopher Bailey presents his last collection with British luxury house and takes a final bow.
Moncler removed two only to give us eight.
Set your alarm for 1am this Saturday, 18 February 2018
To celebrate the year of the dog, we rustled up three Singaporeans—decked out in Ermenegildo Zegna—and had them answer our Chinese New Year questions with actions.