Andrew D. Luecke

Andrew D. Luecke

Style Editor, Esquire Digital

Before coming to esquire.com, Andrew D. Luecke worked as a professional trend forecaster and menswear editor at Stylesight (now under WGSN), an industry leading content and technology provider for professionals in style, fashion, and design. While there, he worked with top brands like Ralph Lauren, Prada, and Nike. Prior to entering the fashion industry, he was a research assistant in anthropology and economics at the City University of New York.

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