For its 1,000th issue, Esquire is reaching back into its storied past. Esquire debuted in the autumn of 1933 with contributions from Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos and Dashiell Hammett. Over its 82-year existence, the famed men's magazine has featured stories from other literary heavyweights including John Steinbeck, Norman Mailer and Stephen King.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
For the next few weeks, the shopper who steps through the doors of the Brooks Brothers New York flagship store is bound to marvel over what seems like a nifty bit of time travel. One moment, he’s on Madison and 44th in 2013; the next, he’s standing at Jay Gatsby’s place in West Egg in 1922. But it’s not magic, ol’ fella, it’s marketing.