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Our June Issue Is All About Modern Fatherhood

Four dads star on our cover this month. Plus, Train to Busan's Gong Yoo in Louis Vuitton, Amando Tetangco Jr. on the best thing he's done with money, and more.
IMAGE Joseph Pascual
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THIS ONE’S FOR THE DADS. To celebrate Father’s Day, we shine the spotlight on four famous new fathers and their super-famous kids, with four different covers for our June 2017 issue. They speak to us about the weight of their roles and responsibilities in light of the changing times: What new challenges do fathers face in the age of social media? What does it mean to be a dad today

Inside, examine modern fatherhood from fresh perspectives: Learn how El Union’s Kiddo Cosio and his wife Amy packed up their lives in Metro Manila to live by the sea, raising their three children unschooled and free from the conventions of urban child-rearing; and how one other man opted out of fatherhood altogether (and is totally okay with that).

Also: we follow the map that proves our sovereignty over Scarborough Shoal throughout its journey from Hogwarts to the Hague, and then finally, back to the Philippines; and speak to outgoing Bangko Sentral Governor Amando Tetangco Jr. on patience, preparation, and the best thing he’s ever done with money.

Plus: Gong Yoo—the man behind your woman’s K-Drama obsession—in Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2017; “Papa” Ernest Hemingway’s inescapable legacy; new fiction by Sasha Martinez with exclusive images by Edric Chen; and Justin Theroux in the season’s best bomber jackets. Also, in this month’s Notes & Essays: Chuck D. Smith on being and not being the son of a dead ‘80s bold star, and Leloy Claudio on his liberal heritage, with images by Cru Camara.

Read all these and more in the June 2017 issue of ESQUIRE. A Digital Edition is available at http://bit.ly/esquirephapple.

On the cover (1 of 4): Zia Rivera-Dantes with her dad, Dingdong, photographed exclusively for Esquire Philippines by Joseph Pascual; styled by Noel Manapat; with grooming by Steven Doloso of The Master Beauty L’Atelier, and hairstyling by Nelson Cruz of Stylux Salon, assisted by Zaldie Junio. Shot on location at SkyVillas at One Balete.

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On the cover (2 of 4): Scarlet Snow Belo with her dad, Hayden, photographed exclusively for Esquire Philippines by Joseph Pascual; styled by Clifford Olanday; with grooming by Muriel Vega Perez for Clinique, assisted by Grace Salvador.


On the cover (3 of 4): Zion Gutierrez with his dad, Richard, photographed exclusively for Esquire Philippines by Joseph Pascual; styled by Clifford Olanday; with grooming by Muriel Vega Perez for Clinique, assisted by Grace Salvador.


On the cover (4 of 4): Kendra, Scarlett, and Gavin Kramer with their dad, Doug, photographed exclusively for Esquire Philippines by Joseph Pascual; styled by Clifford Olanday; with grooming by Muriel Vega Perez for Clinique, assisted by Grace Salvador. Shot on location at Mozaic Living.


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