Esquire in January

In the January issue of Esquire: how a Russian soldier ended up in Ukraine and returned home, why government officials should relocate to estates for the nobility and what offended Russians in 2014.

Also: women draw their own chests, Christoph Waltz crawls out of the bushes, Hollywood actors change their names, and the rules of life according to James Franco, Ingeborga Dapkunaite and Lionel Messi.

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Traditional promotion in Coffeemania in support of August issue.
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In St. Petersburg, Russian candidates were selected for the prestigious award.
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