Esquire editor Alex Bilmes said the following on a panel at Advertising Week Europe:
“The women we feature in the magazine are ornamental. I could lie to you if you want and say we are interested in their brains as well. We are not. They are objectified.”
So we thought it’d be worth a stroll down memory lane to see how women have looked on the cover of the magazine since its inception in 1933. Here goes!
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