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Our April Issue Is All About The Working Man

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Big business takes charge in our April 2017 issue, featuring Kevin Tan on the cover. This month, the heir to Megaworld and Emperador talks about rising to the helm of his father’s empire and claiming his birthright in our Work Issue.


Inside, we explore the meaning and dignity of the most universal source of purpose: good, honest work. Six men give us a glimpse into their vastly different jobs by keeping a journal of a day in their lives; we explore the virtue of work from both blue- and white-collar sides of the same fields by speaking to five pairs of professionals; and Sir Paul Smith, tailor, thinker, and knight, talks about bearing the flag of British style.

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Plus: A primer on the burgeoning local craft beer scene; the Lexus experience off the coast of Miami; a thorough examination of the influencer phenomenon; four fine footwear options for getting down to business. Also in this issue: Marlon Stockinger dons the finest of Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2017 collection, and Phoebe Walker is a Woman We Love. In this month’s Notes & Essays: celebrity sightings, from the points of view of Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta, Leah Puyat, Tim Tomlinson, and Francisco Guerrero.

Read all these and more in the April 2017 issue of Esquire Philippines. A digital edition is available at http://bit.ly/esquirephapple.

On the cover: Kevin Tan photographed exclusively for Esquire by Artu Nepomuceno, with grooming by Muriel Vega Perez.

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