Esquire Magazine is a magazine for men owned by the Hearst Corporation.

The magazine was founded in 1933 and became famous for contributions by literary writers, such as Ernest Hemingway and F Scott Fitzgerald.

In the 1940s, it increased in popularity, partly because of the famous Varga Girls. In the 1960s, Esquire published writers such as Tom Wolfe, Norman Mailer and Gay Talese. Esquire took part in the so-called new journalism trend.

Each year, Esquire gives a Dubious Achievement Award.

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