Space Force star Jimmy O. Yang discusses balancing the left and right brain in his work as a performer and creator.
Actor Tramell Tillman has dedicated his life to his work, with rather healthier results than his on-screen persona in the Apple TV+ hit series Severance.
Chef Kellz, who cooks for Shaggy and the LA Lakers, shares his favorite feelgood recipes.
Check out our behind the scenes video from our photoshoot with actor Sam Corlett, who has broken the internet with his performance in the hit Netflix series Vikings: Valhalla.
These five charities are appealing for donations from those wanting to do their bit to support victims of the Russian invasion.
Actor Sam Corlett reveals what he learned from exploring the world of Norse adventurer Leif Erikson for Netflix’s new blockbuster series Vikings: Valhalla.
Stanford University lecturer Dan Klein reveals storytelling techniques to help us bring our personal tales to life.
John P Weiss shares his thoughts on going all the way for a life of meaning and purpose.
Dan Richards — a military veteran, rower, scuba diver, rock climber, model, TV star, Invictus Games cyclist, husband-to-be, and amputee — is a shining example of how to take life by the horns.
How one man rose from living in the depths of the storm drains beneath Las Vegas to helping other tunnel-dwellers rebuild their lives.
The late, great Alberto Perusset, known as ‘Barefoot Alberto’, shares his philosophy on fitness and life.
Oli Walsh discusses the inspiration behind his supplement brand ASYSTEM, and offers his tips on how to adopt and maintain good self-care habits.
Yasmin Butt, one of the world’s leading laughter therapists and founder of the Laughter Movement, is on a mission to make mental health solutions more accessible for all.
It can be one of the most important – and complicated – relationships in a man’s life. Here are some wise and witty words about our love for our brothers.
These five companies are making it cheaper and easier to see a therapist.
Dr Robb Kelly on his rise from homeless alcoholic to renowned addiction expert, and what others battling the disease can learn from his journey.
Joshua Coombes is a hairdresser to the homeless — and an inspiration to us all.
To celebrate the life of fashion visionary Virgil Abloh, we share some of his astute and inspirational words.
With Halloween approaching, we round up a few of our favorite autumnal pieces from the Fall 2021 men’s collections… perfect for the pumpkin patch or the haunted hayride.
A celebration of the evolution of denim, as worn by some of our coolest cultural heroes.
Celebrating the best of the Fall 2021 men’s collections, we dress some of the brightest folks in the creative industries, and ask them what made them feel good as a kid; what makes them feel good now; and what would make them feel good about the future.
David Thomas, a pioneer of celebrity styling who works with singer John Legend and many more, is putting three decades of experience into a new menswear brand.
Watch connoisseur, adventurer and longtime creative director of Esquire magazine, Nick Sullivan, selects his favorite timepieces of the year.
Olympic diver Tom Daley is not alone in discovering the benefits of the needle and yarn.
JP Collett, founder of wellness brand natureofthings, believes the products on our vanity should help with more than looking good.
Some shoes come and go, others create a legacy.
Screen star Nat Wolff discusses doing justice to the tragic role of Joe Exotic’s husband Travis Maldonado in Joe vs Carole, the dramatic recreation of the Tiger King story.
Nat Wolff, the subject of our ‘Who the F*** Are You?’ profile this week, stars as Joe Exotic’s late husband Travis Maldonado in a drama version of the Tiger King story. So what happened to Joe, Carole Baskin and the rest of the original documentary cast?
After actor Sam Corlett shared what he learned from exploring the role of Norse adventurer Leif Erikson in Netflix’s ‘Vikings: Valhalla’, we examine the wisdom to be gleaned from other historical brotherhoods.
Simon Rex’s ‘Red Rocket’ joins a distinguished list of quality movies about a seedy business.
We’re excited to introduce our new video interviews, kicking off with the charismatic actor Simon Rex.
Actor and boxing devotee Cillian O’Sullivan describes finding a calmer confidence to nail the best part of his career, as a rogue CIA agent in new drama ‘In From the Cold’.
Writing the warm-hearted All Creatures Great and Small book series helped James Herriot, real name Alf Wight, manage his depression.
A podcast is now the must-have accessory for celebrity entrepreneurs. Here are five of our favorites.
Actor and new father Scott Speedman is in demand at work and at home.
“The sooner we normalize mental fragility, the happier we’re all going to be,” says actor Rudi Dharmalingam following his star turn in ‘Wakefield’, the award-winning TV drama set in an Australian psychiatric ward.
Simon Rex has been on the move his whole life, seeking adventure as a model, TV host, rapper, actor, and more. Now, as the star of the critically acclaimed movie ‘Red Rocket’, he’s allowing himself to admit that he has arrived.
After having to leave his parents behind in Israel and head to America aged eight, Adir Abergel grew up to become one of Hollywood’s most celebrated hairstylists. Here he shares the philosophies and inspirations that gave him the determination to succeed.
As part of our WTF series demystifying mental health topics and treatments, we ask an expert to explain the process and benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy.
From humble beginnings to commander of the Starship Enterprise, Sir Patrick Stewart describes his extraordinary journey.
“My life became a million times better,” says the iconic comedy actor Nick Frost, as he describes finding new strength and purpose in recent years through his family and art.
Founder of denim brand FRAME and all-round creative maverick Erik Torstensson is the latest subject of our ‘Who the F*** Are You?’ profile.
DJ Fat Tony speaks about addiction, sobriety, passion, and his love for a certain four-letter word.
Fashion designer Greg Lauren discusses his evolution as an artist, son and father, and an ongoing need to create.
The legendary writers of comedy classics such as The Likely Lads, Porridge and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet share wisdom and laughs from six decades together at the top of their game.
We get under the masks of the underground poets who have been uplifting London’s commuters for four years.