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The Esquire Edit 2019

Posted 23.10.19  - Style

British luxury men’s magazine brand, Esquire, have released their 2019 edition of The Esquire Edit- a capsule collection of limited edition menswear staples, curated by the Esquire team and managed by IMG, in collaboration with ten of the best brands in menswear.



Expanded in 2019, the collection now features some of the best leather lace-ups, denim, outerwear and shirting that money can buy. In addition to Lock & Co and Alice Made This, who were both present in the 2018 edition, new partners include Belstaff, Bennett Winch, Crockett & Jones, Grenson, Hawksmill, The Workers Club, William & Son as well as ourselves. The exclusive products are available via the Esquire Edit, and are linked together with a common colour detail, which for 2019 is a rich, warm orange.





Speaking on the 2019 Edit, Esquire’s Style Director Charlie Teasdale said, “We’re immensely proud to have collaborated so closely with 10 of our favourite brands. The collection comprises a comprehensive selection of men’s elevated essentials, each of which illustrating the craftsmanship, design and quiet luxury we so appreciate at Esquire magazine. To that end, I’m sure the Edit will appeal to our eminently stylish readership, and hopefully beyond.”



For the Edit, we have created a tailored fit shirt in collaboration with the Esquire team. The shirt is finished with a 2-button cuff and Kent collar, and is made using a lightweight cotton with a chambray appearance, striking the perfect balance between smart and casual.



You can purchase the shirt here, and read more about the full Edit here.


Rikesh Chauhan - Turnbull Editorial Team

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