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Exposing fast fashion

Victoria Whisker speaks with Berlin-based French designer Justine Leconte, who is passionate about ethical fashion and making sure that labels don’t use the COVID-19 crisis to stop paying their suppliers
First published in the October 2020 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Lancôme and Muséum national d’histoire naturelle to preserve endangered plant species

Lancôme’s sustainability programme, Caring Together for a Happier Tomorrow, announces its first collaboration, preserving endangered plant species in experimental gardens

 


Coupé crossovers are the latest fad, as Ford Evos and Roewe Jing appear at Auto Shanghai

The trend is as clear as black on white, as Ford and Roewe both show fastbacks on big wheels at Shanghai’s motor show

 


GHD celebrates 20th anniversary with limited-edition Couture collection

Acclaimed, award-winning hair care brand GHD celebrates its milestone with four limited-edition offerings, available now

 


Should I get my young son a pet rhino?

The Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre is a must-visit for those heading to east Africa, writes Douglas Cruickshank, whose son has fallen for the charms of a rhinoceros there

 


Catherine Zeta-Jones premières her luxury fashion collection

The Welsh actress teams up with luxury designer Fred Tutino on her new casual wear inspired by old Hollywood, reports Jody Miller

 


Citroën redefines the large family car with the C5 X

The third generation of Citroën’s C5—if you don’t count the Aircross—blends themes of saloon, estate and SUV, as the company seeks to redefine what has been a declining sector, writes Jack Yan

 


Cardi B and Reebok launch full apparel collection for summer

Reebok and Cardi B build on their earlier collaboration by extending the rapper’s design ideas into a full sports apparel collection dubbed Summertime Fine

 


SMoss’s Great Again charts the course of the Trump presidency

Stanley Moss’s limited-edition book showcases the historical artefacts of Donald J. Trump’s years in the White House

 


Rachel Hunter headlines NZ Spirit Festival with exclusive workshop

The Kiwi model, who arrived home earlier in the year, stays on to host a workshop at Aotearoa’s best known alcohol- and drug-free wellness event, along with other luminaries in the well-being space

 


Labelhood kicks off Shanghai Fashion Week autumn–winter 2021–2 with hit live-streamed show

The incubator takes things up a notch, working with influencer Li Jiaqi, and getting 13 labels in front of a much wider audience

 


Kia launches flagship Sorento model with plug-in hybrid powertrain in New Zealand

Kia’s D-segment SUV adds luxury alongside its PHEV powertrain, for under NZ$90,000, writes Jack Yan

 


Megan Thee Stallion, Sofia Carson front new Revlon fragrance campaigns

The two celebrities lead campaigns for two very different scents available now in the US

 


Time Oak Hotel & Suites in Dubai offers Ramadan specials, including authentic Iftar

Accommodation and food specials, including an authentic Iftar family meal, available for those who want to get away during the holy month

 


Van Cleef & Arpels releases six new Perlée designs in Middle East ahead of global launch

Van Cleef & Arpels’ customers can get their hands on three new bracelets and three new rings as the maison launches them in time for Ramadan, and two months ahead of their global launch

 


Salvatore Ferragamo releases F-80 Skeleton Sustainable watch commemorating Earth Day

Salvatore Ferragamo’s new watch is limited to 200 pieces, using materials lower in environmental impact, with a carbon neutral production process

 


New fine art prints of celebrated American quilts

Approximately Blue has formed a partnership with master printmakers and the artists of Gee’s Bend, mostly descended from slaves. The prints on offer speak to a narrative of identity and resilience amongst inequality and exclusion, writes Stanley Moss

 

 

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