Esquire in March

In the March issue, Esquire presents 12 new apostles of our time for the third year running. The yearly almanac includes young people from film and theater, modern and academic music, literature and business, media and cuisine, and science and art who impressed editors.

Also in this issue: the Shortparis group, the new heroes of the St. Petersburg underground, give an interview at a shopping mall food court; actress Yulia Khlynina eats pizza and explains how she manages to make the Earth spin on its axis; and the writer Anton Chekhov masters Tinder.

The issue is already on sale.

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