One of my favorite Magazine, Esquire Philippines casts a spotlight on style this March bycultivating every sense of the word – “Style is deciding who you are and being able to perpetuate it,” quotes editor-in-chief Erwin Romulo in his editorial note for this edition of Esquire. This issue is, as Erwin continues, “[…] all about style rather than just fashion, and the way men express that in manner and dress.”
In light of this, comeback kid Richard Gomez graces this month’s coverlooking as distinguished as ever and putting his most stylish foot forwardabout giving his political dream another go by seeking a public post in Ormoc City. After years of toiling in second-tier projects and playing congressional spouse, Richard Gomez has resurfaced in the major league.
Inside this month’s Ultimate Style Playbook, Esquire offers men essential advice on comporting oneself at the finest events in The Well-Dressed Tippler, The Essential Black-Tie Checklist, How to Navigate a Formal Event and Do’s and Don’ts of a Crowded Bar. To take your personal style the extra mile, artist-of-the-moment Leeroy New shows off the season’s statement-making pieces through a kaleidoscopic fashion feature.
Not to be missed in this issue, learn how to have Fun with Your Clothes and impress a beautiful woman in style. Every man-at-his-best will also enjoy sitting down with the inimitable Celine Lopez for ESQ&A, being told 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Women with designer Boom Sason, laughing at a Funny Joke from a Beautiful Woman as told by Dawn Jimenez, and finding paradise with Jessy Mendiola, this month’s Woman We Love.
Food and Drinks Editor Erwan Heussaf makes his case for the “superior evolution of sliced bread” with The Esquire Guide to Sandwiches,a hefty feature navigating the most sumptuous loafs in the metro and a couple of manly must-do recipes.
In addition, the issue considersThe Best Dressed Men of the Year, the new definition of coolness by Inno Sotto in What I’ve Learned, and how to maneuver the complications of a successful career from job interviews to being a good boss under The Instructions.
The March issue of Esquire Philippines is available in newsstands and bookstores nationwide for P195. A digital edition is available via Summit Newsstand (http://bit.ly/RjqZV5)where all digital subscribers get a chance to have a copy of the Style issue’s alternative cover. For more details, check out Esquire online via www.esquiremagazine.ph, become a fan of Esquire on Facebook via www.facebook.com/EsquirePH, and follow them on Twitter via www.twitter.com/EsquirePH