Culture

It’s the end of the decade? Already?
Editor-in-Chief Matthew Baxter-Priest reflects on the end of the 'Arab' decade
Where is the Louvre Abu Dhabi’s missing Da Vinci painting?
Two years later, there’s still no sign of the Louvre’s promised Da Vinci
Fahim Al Qasimi on helping the economy and making a positive impact
His big project helps entrepreneurs succeed in Dubai and the UAE via impact investing
Why do Arabs wear a Kandora?
Everything you wanted to know (but didn't like to ask)
David de Rothschild on the new age of exploration
Adventurer and environmentalist David de Rothschild on why we are currently in the golden age of exploration
The guide to smelling good all of the time
Cologne is one tool for smelling good, but being well-fragranced in all departments takes a bigger toolbox
el Seed: building bridges between Arab culture and the world
The contemporary artist and calligrapher opens up about success, his biggest achievement and the role of Arab culture
Esquire Middle East turns 10 and well, what a decade that was
As we turn ten, we deep dive into our stacked archives to pick out a collection of some of our favourite articles...
A letter from the editor: Celebrating a decade of Esquire Middle East
Matthew Baxter-Priest on ten years of front lines and terrible handwriting
Raising a daughter is the best... except when it's the worst
Raising a daughter is about making her aware that the world will seek to hurt her in subtle ways