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CM Punk Is Back

Nearly a decade ago, CM Punk walked away from pro wrestling and swore he’d never return. Now he’s back, headlining a new league that’s challenging the mighty WWE for dominance. How did he get here? An unlikely story about multiple concussions, endless lawsuits, ratings wars, a car-bumper czar, the simple power of T-shirts, and the unexpected grace of second chances.

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Esquire Singapore
April 2022

Genius At Play

Derrick Tan speaks to chillwave pioneer Toro y Moi on melding heritage into his newest album Mahal and reviving his rock roots for it.

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April 2022

Mercedes SL Is Ready To Take You To The Good Life

The latest-generation Mercedes SL is ready to take you to the good life.

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April 2022

Lift Foils - Most Affordable And User Friendly Board

Take flight with Lift Foils’ most affordable and user friendly board, Lift3 F.

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April 2022

The Joy Of Kendrick

The actor and activist is a serious guy. He speaks with ease about liberation from police violence and the scourge of capitalism. But he also knows how to act a damn fool sometimes.

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April 2022

The Great Beyond

Eduardo Enrique has always been an artist, and made his foray into the field two years ago with his own exhibition New Painting. Fast forward to 2022, Enrique is moving on…

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April 2022

Under The Radar

As the tortured creator of the atomic bomb in Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, the unassuming Irish actor Cillian Murphy is shortly to embark on his starriest film role to date. But first, there is the bruising business of bidding farewell—perhaps forever (perhaps, tantalisingly, not?)—to another tormented man of violence: the terrifying Tommy Shelby, of Peaky Blinders. At home in Dublin, on the eve of the final series, Murphy reflects on his years as one of TV’s greatest-ever gangsters and the tragic loss of his co-star, the ‘magnificent’ Helen McCrory.

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Esquire Singapore
April 2022

War, What Is It Good For? Comedy!

As the world struggles with international catastrophe, Neil Humphreys champions the security blanket of humour in bleak times.

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April 2022

hindsight 200

Age may just be a number for the living. But if you’re the late founder of a storiedluxury maison, 200 years old is certainly a cause for a massive celebration.

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April 2022

NEXT UP… ZEN TEH

This environmental artist has a thing for scientists.

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April 2022

IN THE MIX

After 40 years on the road, no one feels a room like Carl Cox.

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April 2022

Next Up...Alif Aircho

This dance veteran thinks BTS is no big deal. Sort of.

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March 2022

An Electric Land Rover For The Cowshed And A Cowshed

An electric Land Rover for the cowshed and a Cowshed.

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March 2022

Songs And Lyrics Come From A Place Of Real Emotion And Introspection

Eric Nam starts anew as an indie artist and takes creative control of his sophomore English album There and Back Again.

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March 2022

Rooks, Files And Ranks

An evening spent uncovering the raw and DIY warmth that is the Aliwal Chess Club.

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March 2022

Something In The Way

Director Matt Reeves’s Batman reboot is inspired by 1970s cinema, 1980s comic books and… Nirvana.

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March 2022

Ronny Chieng - On The Path To Perfection

Ronny Chieng may never attain it, but it’s all about that grind.

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March 2022

Who's The Boss?

The Boss we’re all familiar with is undergoing an uplift, with a decidedly younger demographic.

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March 2022

Spring's awakenings

Fashion is kicking off2022 with a host of new (and sometimes unexpected) ideas bound to revive some of that youthful energy and positivity.

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March 2022

death of a lobsterman

On a remote island in Maine, a group of friends thought they witnessed one man killing another with an axe. But no one was ever arrested. In a small town far out at sea, justice sometimes works a little differently.

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Esquire Singapore
March 2022

Virgil Abloh Proved That Fashion Could Change, Has Changed, And Will Continue To Change

In less than a decade, the late Virgil Abloh proved that fashion could change, has changed, and will continue to change.

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February 2022

Jacob Elordi - Young & Restless

Australian-born actor Jacob Elordi takes a break from filming season two of HBO’s Euphoria to head into the woods in this winter’s boldest outdoor styles. Along the way, he reflects on his rising fame—including what it’s like when millions of teenagers fall in love with you.

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February 2022

Who Do You Want To Be?

Meet Mr Brainwash, the famous artist that you think you’d know.

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February 2022

Achieving Strength, Both Physically And Mentally, During Their Twilight Years

The physical limitations associated with ageing certainly don’t faze Team Strong Silvers. How exactly are these individuals so adamant about achieving strength, both physically and mentally, during their twilight years?

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Esquire Singapore
February 2022

Next Up...Cherin Tan

This award-winning interior designer just wants to restore the human balance in brands.

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February 2022

Fashion In The Metaverse

Where the fashion industry is in the digital world and what’s next for it.

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February 2022

Clocking In With Ryan Gosling

We talk with TAG Heuer's @ latest ambassador on his roles, the inspiration 3 119 of automobiles and his interest in watches.

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February 2022

21 Lessons From 2021

Not everything from the year before should be left in the dust. Some fashion trends, though, should—like the pandemic—remain in 2021.

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February 2022

GIGANTIC

What happens when your work becomes bigger than you? For Brian Donnelly, aka Kaws, it means that he’s on the right track.

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February 2022

Benedict Cumberbatch needs to work on his banjo game

But he does know how to whittle. And stack hay. And paint cats. And if you ask nicely, he might make a shoe for your horse. With four new films ready for release, from Marvel spectaculars to intense dramas, cinema’s most distinctive—and best prepared—leading man has had a productive pandemic.

10+ mins read
Esquire Singapore
February 2022

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