Esquire in September

In the music-themed September issue of Esquire, Dave Gahan experiments on himself and dies three times; Lana Del Rey gets a job with an agency providing social assistance to alcoholics; rapper Pharoah recalls Olga Buzova; musician Dolphin starves at the Kiev airport; model Daria Malygina works in a brothel; Britney Spears tortures prisoners in Guantanamo; and Massimo Bottura drops an ice cream cake.

Readers will also find the rules of life according to Robbie Williams, Artemy Troitsky and Anton Corbijn, the first-ever Russian translation of a story by Pulitzer Prize winner Viet Nguyen, as well as clothing from the latest collections featuring the patriarch’s broken staff and resurrected musicians.

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