Issue: 19950901

Friday, September 1, 1995
September
3
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Articles
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Esquire
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0001.xml
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Woolmark
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WOOLMARK
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0002.xml
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2,3
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Ralph Lauren
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RALPH LAUREN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0003.xml
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4
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Countess Mara, Inc.
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COUNTESS MARA, INC.
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0004.xml
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Canali
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CANALI
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0005.xml
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6,7
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Tommy Hilfiger
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TOMMY HILFIGER
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0006.xml
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8,9
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Greg Norman
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GREG NORMAN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0007.xml
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London Fog
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LONDON FOG
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0008.xml
tableOfContents
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Esquire
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0009.xml
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Guess
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GUESS
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0010.xml
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Polo Ralph Lauren
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0011.xml
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Wilke-rodriguez
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WILKE-RODRIGUEZ
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0012.xml
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New Boxer
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NEW BOXER
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0013.xml
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Kenneth Cole
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0014.xml
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Advertisement: Esquire Gentleman
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Esquire GENTLEMAN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0015.xml
masthead
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Esquire
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0016.xml
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Giorgio Armani
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GIORGIO ARMANI
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0017.xml
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Prada
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PRADA
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0018.xml
article
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Letters
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The Sound and the Fury
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<p>CONGRATULATIONS to Esquire for tackling the question of love between the sexes in “Do Women Love Men?” (June). I also commend the group of semifamous, egotistical, loudmouthed, manipulative, and somewhat narrow-minded women who sat through the male-bashing dinner party and demonstrated just how little women know about the fragile male ego.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0019.xml
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Nautica
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nautica
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0020.xml
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Advertisement
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0021.xml
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Cable & Co.
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CABLE & Co.
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0022.xml
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Bloomingdale's: Canali
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bloomingdale's
canali
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0023.xml
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32,33
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Gerani
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GERANI
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0024.xml
article
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Contributors
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Backstage with Esquire
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<p>FROM THE MOMENT he saluted his father’s coffin in 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. has been guarded by what senior writer Michael Gross calls the “cordon Kennedy.” Relatives, friends, even the strangers he Rollerblades past on the streets of New York, all want to protect America’s putative crown prince.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0025.xml
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Gianfranco Ferre
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GIANFRANCO
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0026.xml
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Lanvin
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LANVIN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0027.xml
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37
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Cöu·turé
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cöu·tůré
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0028.xml
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38,39
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Cole·haan
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Cole·Haan
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0029.xml
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40,41
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John Paul Mitchell Systems
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JOHN PAUL MITCHELL SYSTEMS
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0030.xml
article
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Reality Check
Career Moves
People Who Need Journalists
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Jeannette Walls
SURE, she can carry a tune, but can Barbra Streisand edit? The singer-director-unofficial-Clinton-adviser may get the chance to find out: A source says she is interested in buying The New Republic. Although the magazine is not officially for sale, editor in chief and owner Martin Peretz occasionally gets fed up with the headaches brought on by the weekly, which has recently endured several controversies, including the Bell Curve debate, Michael Lewis&rsquo;s ode to his wife&rsquo;s butt, and associate editor Ruth Shalit&rsquo;s being accused of plagiarism in two of her New Republic pieces.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0031.xml
article
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Reality Check
Strategy
Powell Power
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Jeannette Walls
HE WASN&rsquo;T afraid of Saddam Hussein, but Colin Powell gets downright weak-kneed when it comes to his wife, Alma. Powell decided months ago to run for president on the Republican ticket, says a Washington insider, but Alma did not want her husband to run.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0032.xml
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Reality Check
Pharmaceuticals
Courtney in Nirvana
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Jeannette Walls
IT&rsquo;S NOT Courtney Love&rsquo;s fault that she&rsquo;s a druggie&mdash;it&#39;s her therapist&rsquo;s. The grungy dowager has told friends that she is suing a former psychiatrist for getting her hooked on prescription drugs. Love&rsquo;s spokeswoman says she knows nothing of the story.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0033.xml
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Reality Check
Payback
Poor Bill Gates
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Jeannette Walls
BEING the richest human on the planet just isn&rsquo;t enough to make some guys happy. Microsoft chairman Bill Gates was so upset by Time magazine&rsquo;s recent profile of him that he called to interface with Time editor in chief Norman Pearlstine. Gates came across as hot-tempered in a short Q&amp;A segment the magazine ran from a lengthy interview.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0034.xml
article
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Reality Check
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And Barry Williams Recommends . . .
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Jeannette Walls
WHAT KIND of guy not only admits to having read The Bridges of Madison County but lists it as one of the most influential books he&rsquo;s ever read? According to Books That Shaped Successful People (Fairview Press), edited by Kevin H. Kelly, singer Clint Black is man enough to name the Robert James Waller classic.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0035.xml
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Reality Check
Old Tricks
Somewhere, Richard Nixon Is Laughing
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Jeannette Walls
IT&#39;S A good thing actor Ron Silver didn&rsquo;t negotiate for the United States during the cold war. Silver, who has been cast as Henry Kissinger in an upcoming TNT film based on Walter Issacson&rsquo;s 1992 biography, wanted to meet with the former secretary of state to study his character.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0036.xml
article
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Reality Check
Moonlighting
Prez Paid for Sax!
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Jeannette Walls
THAT saxophone playing is finally paying off for Bill Clinton. The president, who is trying to raise $1 million for his Whitewater-defense bills, has received a few $1,000 contributions from such notables as Garrison Keillor and Sean Penn.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0037.xml
article
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Reality Check
Virtual Reality Check
Nice Baud!
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Jeannette Walls
As Senator James Exon will be happy to mention, finding pornography on-line is simple. But where can you go to find a nice girl on the World Wide Web?
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0038.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: Benson & Hedges 100’s
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Philip Morris Inc.
BENSON & HEDGES 100’s
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0039.xml
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Abercrombie & Fitch
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Abercrombie & Fitch
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0040.xml
article
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RELICS
Man at His Best
Rock's Resting Place
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PHIL PATTON
<p>SMASHING guitars onstage was once a sign of rock 'n' roll’s insurgency; saving them signals its institutionalization. That’s why a museum full of guitars and costumes and personal effects is a dangerous proposition. Which may be why the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has had such a difficult gestation: It risks mummifying a living and rebellious art—and making a lot of us feel old.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0041.xml
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NEW WRITING
Man at His Best
Madmen and Martyrs
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JAMIE MALANOWSKI
<p>IT ISN’T PRETTY to think that the lines separating madman and liberator, murderer and martyr, are so liquid that they ebb and flow with the currents of history—but, of course, they do. Historical reputation is all in the timing. The bombing in Oklahoma City was greeted with horror, but in other times and places, such acts have served as the first step toward becoming prime minister.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0042.xml
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Ralph Lauren: Chaps
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RALPH LAUREN
CHAPS
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0043.xml
article
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MOVIES
Man at His Best
Irish Guys Are Smiling
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JOSEPH HOOPER
<p>THE SMALL art movie is not a friend to the average Joe. It wouldn’t be too much to say that the bohemian intelligentsia and the cultural elite who, in the main, make these movies are not drawn to stories about young, straight, middle-class white men.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0044.xml
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MEDIA
Man at His Best
Toe-to-toe with Regis
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<p>“IF I COULD be half what he is,” David Letterman once told Bill Zehme, with all the sincerity he could muster, “I wouldn’t have a care in the world.” He was speaking of Regis Philbin, the man behind these remarkable feet. For a year, our man Zehme has faithfully sat at these feet, like a rapt Boswell.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0045.xml
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Reebok
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Reebok
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0046.xml
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LEGACY
Man at His Best
Our New Jazz Age
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JOSEPH HOOPER
<p>YOU CAN look it up. In 1934, Esquire published the first article about jazz in a mainstream American magazine. Guided by the jazz enthusiasms of founding editor Arnold Gingrich, Esquire in the 1940s conducted all-star jazz polls, then produced the concerts and the records to give the artists voice.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0047.xml
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Yves Saint Laurent
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YVES SAINT LAURENT
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0048.xml
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RESTAURANTS
Man at His Best
The Next Tex-Mex
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John Mariani
<p>A CENTURY AGO, Stephen Crane wrote about Americans’ “profound affection” for San Antonio, which seemed to symbolize “the poetry of life in Texas”—a poetry that’s still palpable in the echoing ruins of the Alamo, the mazy course of the Paseo del Rio, the Mayan-inspired art-deco architecture, and the pastelcolored cantinas and tacquerías that dot the town.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0049.xml
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Nestlé: Contadina
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Nestlé
Contadina
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0050.xml
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Lady Stetson
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LADY STETSON
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0051.xml
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Advertisement: Aspen
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ASPEN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0052.xml
article
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TRAVEL
Man at His Best
The New Dubliners
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SUZANNE KELLEHER
<p>IN EUROPE, bohemianism is fast acquiring an Irish brogue. The hometown of Beckett, Behan, and Bono is swelling with cultural pride. Young Dubliners, with a rekindled interest in all things Irish, are the style setters, and their home turf is the neighborhood known as Temple Bar.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0053.xml
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B·d Baggies
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B·D BAGGIES
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0054.xml
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Thompson Cigar Co.: Baccarat
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THOMPSON CIGAR CO.
BACCARAT
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0055.xml
article
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66,68,70
OUR MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE
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The Anti-Dole
In the race to capture the hearts and minds of Republicans, Pat Buchanan has all the right moves
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Walter Shapiro
<p>NEW HAMPSHIRE IS the American version of Brigadoon, a semimythical place that springs into existence every four years for the sole purpose of holding a presidential primary. On a dazzling Fourth of July morning, the self-consciously quaint town of Amherst, New Hampshire, was transformed into a rock-ribbed Republican theme park with virtually every tree proclaiming its political allegiance with a Dole, Gramm, or Buchanan poster.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0056.xml
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Paul Stuart
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Paul Stuart
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0057.xml
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Bally
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BALLY
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0058.xml
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Gibson Guitar Corp.
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Gibson Guitar Corp.
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0059.xml
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71
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Escort: Passport 5000
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ESCORT
Passport 5000
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0060.xml
article
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72,74,77
THE SPORTING LIFE
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Nomo, Mr. Nice Guy
With few words and many strikeouts, Japanese pitcher Hideo Nomo has turned America into the land of the sinking fastball
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Mike Lupica
BASEBALL CAME TO a stop again at the Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, but this time the world cheered, because for this moment, the game was in Hideo Nomo&rsquo;s right hand. Baseball ceased at the top of Nomo&rsquo;s windup in the bottom of the first inning of the All-Star game, when he thrust his right hand and his glove hand straight up in the air as if in prayer.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0061.xml
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Giorgio Beverly Hills: Wings
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GIORGIO BEVERLY HILLS
WINGS
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0062.xml
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73B
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Advertisement: Esquire
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Esquire
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0063.xml
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Dkny
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DKNY
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0064.xml
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Lubiam
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LUBIAM
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0065.xml
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77
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Advertisement: the Macallan
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THE MACALLAN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0066.xml
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78,79
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B&W T Co.: Kool
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B&W T Co.
KOOL
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0067.xml
article
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80,82
MONEY TALKS
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Saved by the Bell Curve
If you’ve been sitting out the current bull market, here’s how you can climb back into the ring
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Christopher Byron
<p>IF YOU’RE AN INVESTOR, chances are you’re feeling slightly terrific this year, what with the stock market having rocketed so high that you can’t see it even with the Hubble space telescope. Of course, if you’re one of those folks who’ve been standing on the sidelines, grousing, “Nah, it’ll never last,” you’re probably experiencing a little altitude sickness by now.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0068.xml
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81
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Advertisement: Acuvue
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Acuvue
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0069.xml
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82
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Just for Men
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JUST FOR MEN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0070.xml
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83
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Belk and Leggett
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Belk and Leggett
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0071.xml
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84,85
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Nike
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0072.xml
article
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86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95
Features
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Citizen Kennedy
On the run from the press all his life, John F. Kennedy Jr. joins the media pack
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Michael Gross
IT IS AN OVERCAST, chilly Friday, but the crowd in the ballroom of Detroit&rsquo;s Westin Hotel is feverish. In the Adcraft Club&rsquo;s ninety-year history, only Lee Iacocca has drawn more people to a speech. But today&rsquo;s guest has set pulses revving faster than even Iacocca ever could.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0073.xml
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96,97
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Swatch
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swatch
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0074.xml
article
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98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111,112,114,116
Features
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The Black Badge of Courage
IN FULL GEAR, THE SOLDIERS WADED INTO A DARK SWAMP, THE WATER HIGH AND RISING, THE NIGHT APPROACHING. THEY WERE ALL DYING TO BE U. S. ARMY RANGERS, BUT BY THE NEXT DAY, SOME OF THEM WOULD JUST BE DEAD.
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Philip Caputo
<p>The Yellow River begins in southern Alabama, near a country crossroads called Rose Hill, and flows into the Florida panhandle, that westering arm of the Sunshine State where Bible Belt hymns crowd the radio bands and the Latin ballads of Miami stations, if you pick them up at all, seem like music from another world. </p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0075.xml
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113
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Austin, Nichols & Co., Inc.: Wild Turkey
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Austin, Nichols & Co., Inc.
WILD TURKEY
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0076.xml
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115
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Brioni
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0077.xml
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117
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Ford
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Ford
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0078.xml
article
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118,119
Features
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The New Varga Girl: Manon
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<p>"YOU'VE AGREED TO baby-sit how many nieces?" asked our friend Manon. The supermodel, fondly remembered from the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, found "six, all between three and nine," to be a shock-provoking response. "What will you do with them?" she asked.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0079.xml
article
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120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128,130
Features
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The Long, Hard Days of Dr. Dick
Dr. Melvyn Rosenstein believes that in America every man should have the penis of his choice. A true tale of Southern California’s fat shooters and phallic cults and the ultimate act of self-invention.
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JOHN TAYLOR
SHORTLY AFTER eight one morning this past April, Dr. Melvyn Rosenstein, who likes to describe himself as the world&rsquo;s foremost practitioner of penis enlargement, motioned me into his operating room. His first patient of the day lay faceup on a stretcher, flanked by a young nurse and a bearded anesthesiologist.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0080.xml
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129
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Versace: V2
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VERSACE
V2
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0081.xml
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131
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Advertisement: Remy Martin
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REMY MARTIN
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0082.xml
article
132
132,133,134,135,136,137,138,139,140
Features
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Brother, Can You Spare a Billion?
Hollywood may seem like a business, but it's really a soup kitchen to the stars
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Neal Gabler
Even in the midst of a record-breaking summer at the box office, you can feel the gloom in their offices and hear it in their voices. &ldquo;There is a crumbling of the underpinning foundations of Hollywood right now,&rdquo; one executive said in a variation on what has become a litany around the town.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0083.xml
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141
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Johnston & Murphy
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JOHNSTON & MURPHY
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0084.xml
article
142
142,143,144,145,146,147,148
Features
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Jersey Guy
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MARK KRAM
<p>THEY SAY BILL PARCELLS runs his New England Patriots like an emperor. And why not? Emperor Bill? He’d complement a toga. You can see him moving with a plot in his head through the shadowed inclines of that bare, mined dump up in Foxboro. And he certainly has enough rings to kiss—two from Super Bowls with the Giants in 1987 and 1991.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0085.xml
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149
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Joseph Abboud
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JOSEPH ABBOUD
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0086.xml
article
150
150,151,152,153,154,155,156
FICTION
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The Bonkus Mirabilis
Who cares if you’re old enough to know better? You’re going home with her anyway.
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NICK HORNBY
<p>Fact: Over three million men in England have slept with ten or more women. And do they all look like Richard Gere? Are they all as rich as Croesus, as charming as Clark Gable, as preposterously endowed as Errol Flynn, as witty as Oscar Wilde? Nope.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0087.xml
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152A
152A,152B
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Warner Music Service
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WARNER MUSIC SERVICE
[no value]
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0088.xml
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157
157
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Philip Morris Inc.: Merit
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Philip Morris Inc.
MERIT
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0089.xml
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158
158,159
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Brioni
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0090.xml
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160
160
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Gucci
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GUCCI
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0091.xml
article
161
161,162
GENTLEMAN
On Fashion
The Outer Man
Fall Fashion ’95: Focus on outerwear, from city streets to ski slopes
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Woody Hochswender
<p>NOT SO LONG AGO, casual outerwear for men consisted of leather jackets, mackinaws, heavy sweaters, and your dad's old fur-collared coat. But with the emergence of technical clothing for skiing and mountaineering, as well as the ever-increasing informality of contemporary life, outerwear has taken the spotlight in men's fashion.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0092.xml
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163
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Dolce & Gabbana
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DOLCE & GABBANA
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0093.xml
article
164
164,165,166,167,168,169,170,171
GENTLEMAN
FALL FASHION ’95
Urban Armor
Evolution can’t protect us against the forces of nature—Mother or human. Fashion and technology to the rescue.
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0094.xml
article
172
172,173,174,175
GENTLEMAN
FALL FASHION ’95
Short Takes
The new midlength coats, here on actor Peter Berg, recall the classic car coats of an earlier era
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OBSERVED OVER TIME, men's coat lengths go up and down with the same inevitability as women’s skirts, although the cycles are longer. After several years of almost maxi-lengths, men’s wear is returning to a late-fifties, early-sixties look, falling to the knee or just above.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0095.xml
article
176
176,177,178,179,180,181
GENTLEMAN
FALL FASHION ’95
Techno Ski
Between the coat hanger and the Cliff hanger, skiwear encounters a lot of derring-do. Today’s handsome and rugged gear is scientifically constructed to meet the dangers head-on.
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0096.xml
article
182
182,183,184,185,186,187
GENTLEMAN
FALL FASHION ’95
Second Skin
The sleek leather jacket, that perennial favorite, just got better for fall
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0097.xml
article
188
188
CARS
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Korea Goes Cross-Country
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Phil Patton
<p>SOMEONE HAD PAINTED a warning skull on the rock at the turnoff for Broken Arrow Road, beneath the metal sign with its cicatrix of welded letters. It was a western Mojave road as hard as the iron sign—just the place to test the new Korean-made Kia Sportage sports-utility vehicle.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0098.xml
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189
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Saab
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SAAB
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0099.xml
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190
190,191
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Advertisement: Esquire Magazine Catalog Portfolio
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Esquire Magazine
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0100.xml
article
192
192
MUSIC
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Wacko Jacko: Unhappy Again
[no value]
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Mark Jacobson
<p>BLAME STEVEN SPIELBERG. He could have saved Michael Jackson. One of the three Jews (Jeffrey Katzenberg and Michael Milken are the others) described by MJ as his “best friends,” Spielberg could have made Peter Pan with Michael in the Mary Martin role, as he talked of doing back in the early 1980s, before things got terminally strange.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0101.xml
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193
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Esquire Style Agenda
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0102.xml
article
194
194,196
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Credits
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Urban Armor, p. 165: Gerani jacket ($615) at Barneys New York, New York; Wilkes Bashford, San Francisco. Iceberg turtleneck ($225) at Iceberg boutique, Beverly Hills; Syd Jerome, Chicago. Pants ($135) at Metropolis Man, Bal Harbour, FL; Oliver, Beverly Hills.
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0103.xml
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194
[no value]
[no value]
Bosca
[no value]
BOSCA
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[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0104.xml
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195
195
[no value]
[no value]
The Bradford Exchange
[no value]
The Bradford Exchange
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[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0105.xml
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196
196
[no value]
[no value]
Datastorm: Procomm Plus
[no value]
DATASTORM
PROCOMM PLUS
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0106.xml
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197
197
[no value]
[no value]
The Townsend Institute: the Better Sex Video Series
[no value]
The Townsend Institute
THE Better Sex Video SERIES
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0107.xml
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198
198
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Four Seasons Hotels
[no value]
FOUR SEASONS HOTELS
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[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0108.xml
article
199
199,200
MR. PEEPERS, ESQ.
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The Daily Grind
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Julie Baumgold
<p>AS DEEP-PURPLE DAWN slid over the palm fronds, I was the last one into the Raleigh Hotel. A 5:00 A.M. entrance two nights running earned me a certain respect from the night manager. The final pulses of the Glam Slam’s music were still a phantom sensation.</p>
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0109.xml
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199
199
[no value]
[no value]
The Xandria Collection
[no value]
The Xandria Collection
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0110.xml
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201
201
[no value]
[no value]
Diamond Information Center
[no value]
Diamond Information Center
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0111.xml
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202
202
[no value]
[no value]
Marlboro
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[no value]
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Esquire_19950901_0124_003_0112.xml