Esquire in March: 12 New Apostles

The cover of the March issue of Esquire features Konstantin Ernst. The CEO of Channel One, who largely shaped the image of post-Soviet television (and the culture of the country that watched it), spoke with Esquire Editor-in-Chief Sergey Minaev about how the search for new sincerity led to the era of global lies. 

Also in this issue: 

  • The 12 Apostles of Esquire Award
  • A project by Italian photographer Luca Locatelli devoted to eco-technology.
  • A story about the Cartier exhibition in St. Petersburg.

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