Esquire recently launched Esquire Classic – a living archive for every issue, every image, and every article they’ve ever published. That includes features from writers such as Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as New Journalism writers Gay Talese and Tom Wolfe. You can also browse all those beautiful illustrations they published in the 1930s. Pictured above: some plates that were put together in 1934 using fabric swatches. Each showed men at the time how to dress for life in the country, commuting, or general autumn weather. See more at Journal of Style.
Full access to the archive is $4.99 per month, although Esquire is also offering the first month free.