Esquire in October

In the October issue of Esquire magazine: an expedition with Ewan McGregor to an extinct volcano, a walk through an underground parking lot with Bolshoi Theater principal dancer Denis Rodkin, and the rules of life according to Donna Tartt and John Turturro.

Readers will also find an essay by Denis Dragunsky about men’s fashion in the ’70s and Michael Urban’s reflections on the connection between the blues and Russian reality. Also: Lev Danilkin on why it’s no good to have women in government posts, Sukhbat Aflatuni on the death of Islam Karimov, and Omar Souleyman on his favorite bomber jacket.

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