Posted: Thursday, October 31, 2013 | By: Esquire Philippines | no comments yet

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In the November issue:

 

COVER STORY: The actress Cherie Gil on her past, what it means to be an Eigenmann, and celebrating all the woman that she is. By PATRICIA EVANGELISTA

 

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE IT GIRL?
She used to possess that certain je ne sais quoi, but now we know everything about her. VANNI DE SEQUERA laments the latest incarnation of the It Girl.

 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY

Ten of the country’s most exciting photographers, from fashion to journalism
to fine art, shoot each other. Produced by JEROME GOMEZ

 

EVE, AND WHAT HAPPENED AFTER An excerpt from the upcoming novel Kissing Yellow Dogs Goodnight by CHARLENE SAWIT ESGUERRA. Photos by JAKE VERZOSA.

 

THE FLIGHT FROM DALLAS CHRIS JONES tells the story of the historical November 22, 1963, from noon to dusk, locked inside the closed and crowded cabin of Air Force One.

 

A WOMAN WE LOVE: JENNY ROCKETT Jenny Rockett is the girl next door that everyone falls for. But knock on her door and she isn’t home. KARA ORTIGA finds out why.

 

Man at His Best:

MAN AT HIS BEST: DRINKING WITH ERWAN HEUSSAFF teaches you how to make the Junior: a tart classic that’s not really a classic.

 

MAHB: FILM

Yan Yuzon, King Palisoc and Ely Buendia talk about their debut films in the action-packed anthology Bang Bang Alley. By KARA ORTIGA

 

MAHB: BOOKS

SASHA MARTINEZ reviews Gun Dealers’ Daughter, Gina Apostol’s latest novel full of Marcos cronies, bursts of resistance, and the unreliability of memory.

 

MAHB: MUSIC

LUIS KATIGBAK on new albums from old musical heroes.

 

MAHB: ENDORSEMENT

AUDREY CARPIO on the chewy, holey breads of L.E.S. Bagels, from the same chef who brought you Borough and Nolita, Cuit Kaufman.

 

MAHB: ART

AUDREY CARPIO on Nikki Luna’s art, the only Filipino entry at the Aichi Triennale 2013.

 

STYLE

Guides on: how to wear the sport coat, how to take care of your shoes, and how to groom your most prominent facial feature—your beard.

 

JUST ANOTHER DAY IN KICKASS CITY
Any man can take small steps toward a more distinctive personal atyle. But if you want to take a giant leap, there is no end to the suprising colors, patterns and textures arriving in stores right now.

 

STYLE: DESIGNER PROFILE An interview with Louis Vuitton style director Kim Jones.

 

NOTES & ESSAYS

AUDREY N. CARPIO on breeding, KRISTINE FONACIER on feeding, MOOKIE KATIGBAK- LACUESTA on fronting a band, JENNY ORTUOSTE on horse facts, and CRISELDA YABES on artifacts. Illustrations by JO AGUILAR

 

WHAT I’VE LEARNED

“I think they are [afraid of me]. I’ve been told they are. Can’t imagine why. I think I’m nice.” An interview of Pauline Suaco-Juan by PATRICIA EVANGELISTA.

 

ESQ&A

Derrick Rose talks to JONTY CRUZ about fear, staying competitive, and winning a championship as soon as possible.

 

THIS WAY OUT

Previously on Esquire, February 2001.
By LUIS KATIGBAK

 

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