Esquire tends to use distinctive things to show that the article is beginning or continuing. They use thick lines to create margins around a page to give a clean on the pages sometimes. They use bold fonts frequently to signal important changes or points and often do this well without making the page feel cluttered.
They also use shapes and lines to separate captions or pullout quotes. Also, they make important elements bigger to have them stand out. They are mostly placed over an image or they can be used on a separate page. An example of this would be enclosing the section of the article or it’s subsection to make them stand out
Esquire doesn’t use a variety of furniture, they have created a consistency of shapes to invoke the different elements.