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While most of our nurseries featured art along the lines of cutesy mobiles and dancing bear wallpaper, most of us are not one-year-old Harper Seven Beckham, whose bedroom wall now displays the kind of piece that would make most contemporary art galleries green with envy.
This was the week of eyebrows, Tavi, and scary feet. This was also the week we saw the best royal wedding ever and were reintroduced to Derek Zoolander. Plus, Kanye visited Occupy Wall Street in Balmain and Givenchy. Sure.
Rihanna is Esquire‘s sexiest woman alive. But her cover is not sexy, and neither are the other photos, the accompanying video, and the alternately annoying and offensive profile.
Ladies, rejoice! Murky, dishonest, and downright confusing sizes are no longer only your cross to bear. Esquire style blogger Abram Sauer bought a tape measure, put on his investigative reporter hat, and lay his pride on the line for a recent trip down the rabbit hole that is men’s waist sizing.
Dutch scientists have confirmed that women’s brain activity is stimulated when celebrities endorse clothes. And they say they think the same thing happens to men, too.
In their search for the Sexiest Woman Alive, Esquire has finally dug through six rounds, 64 competitors, and an estimated 5 million votes. So who is the Sexiest Woman Alive?
Christina Hendricks might have landed the cover of Esquire’s May “Women We Love” issue, but it turns out she wasn’t the first choice. During a recent conference in Toronto, Esquire editor in chief David Granger let it slip that Scarlett Johansson had actually been the mag’s first choice for cover star — that is, before she “screwed” them.