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Jaguar, rethought

Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in for 2018 is Jaguar’s I-Pace, a car that redefines what its brand is about, while offering a segment-redefining entry into the growing luxury electric car market. Jack Yan discusses our decision
From issue 39 of Lucire


Organically speaking

Elyse Glickman and Jody Miller spend an evening soaking in details about the newest brands, hottest body and skin care, destination spa news, and healthy bites at the 2018 Organic Spa Magazine Travel and Wellness Media Event


Sublime splendour: Boston

In part one of our US travel special, Lola Cristall heads to two hotels in Boston, Massachusetts, for two of the city’s more sumptuous experiences


Events: Music for Screens Summit; Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation’s ninth annual Fall Symposium & Luncheon

Lola Cristall attends events on both US coasts, looking into the worlds of music and Alzheimer’s disease
Photographed by Michael Buckner and Sean Zanni/PMC


Erdoğan Atalay, star of Alarm für Cobra 11, launches his own fashion line

On prime-time consistently for the last 22 years, the star of RTL’s Alarm für Cobra 11: die Autobahnpolizei, Erdoğan Atalay, launches a casual fashion range, along with an ecommerce site. Jack Yan looks at the actor’s efforts
Photographed by Gisela Schober


This ‘Beard’ grows on us!

It’s top-nosh: Elyse Glickman attends the Taste America: Los Angeles dinner supporting the James Beard Foundation
Photographed by Andrew Herrold


Adwoa Aboah, David Gandy, Richard Madden, Niomi Smart at Range Rover Evoque launch

Evolutionary looks and socially responsible fabrics for Land Rover’s second-generation Range Rover Evoque, launched in London’s creative hub
Photographed by David M. Benett



Lucire 2018 | The global fashion magazineWelcome to our Lucire KSA readers
Founder and publisher Jack Yan introduces a new print monthly for our readers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia


What’s in Lucire issue 39?

Published just after our 21st anniversary, issue 39 of Lucire has a cinematic theme: we look at the industry after #MeToo, and how yellowface in cinema has given way to Crazy Rich Asians, the summer hit of ’18. Even Louis Vuitton’s history is worthy of an epic, as are the World of Wearable Art Awards; Madrid and New York have their fashion weeks; and Snejana Onopka makes a guest appearance. And: Atelier Paulin’s unique jewellery, the Jaguar I-Pace, and travel to Dubrovnik, Paris and Bergen. Find out what’s in our latest number, in print, or for Ipad, Android or as a PDF, or order right here


Chanel shows cruise 2018–19 in Bangkok, with Lily-Rose Depp, Soo Joo Park, Araya A. Hargate, Angela Yuen

Chanel’s ambassadors followed the cruise 2018–19 collection to Bangkok, where the second iteration was shown on a catwalk dressed as a cruise ship’s deck


Doutzen Kroes launches Christmas 2018 lingerie collection for Hunkemöller

Doutzen Kroes shows off her sexiest collection yet for Hunkemöller, launching at an event at Soho House in Amsterdam


Le fabuleux destin d’Atelier Paulin

Jack Yan speaks with Anne-Sophie Baillet, whose Atelier Paulin creates hand-crafted jewellery, where no two are identical. Its signature pieces are made up of memorable words, created on demand
From issue 39 of Lucire


Royal New Zealand Ballet’s The Nutcracker gets into a festive mood

The Ryman Healthcare Season of The Nutcracker is a more traditional take on the Tchaikovsky ballet. Jack Yan reviews the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s very festive performance


An organic autumn

Jody Miller delves into all things beauty at Beauty Squared, where, in line with the way consumers are heading, organic and vegan products headlined


The lion roars with an American accent

Holden’s Acadia is intentionally imposing, its extravagant launch party echoing that theme. Our first drive of the range suggests the company may be on to a winner for the selfie generation, reports Jack Yan
Photographed by Simon Watts and the author



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