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Lucire 2018 | The global fashion magazineEmily Ratajkowski is new face of Kérastase; Inez and Vinoodh shoot campaign
Emily Ratajkowski’s effortless shifting between art, film, music and modelling, and her huge Instagram following, see her chosen by the L’Oréal group brand

 


Practically famous

The Secret Room Pre-Red Carpet Lounge puts a greater emphasis on substance over style as a prelude to a Golden Globes' ceremony and awards' season reflecting the changing times, reports US west coast editor Elyse Glickman

 


Demi Lovato’s third collaboration with fitness label Fabletics now on sale

Demi Lovato says this third collaboration shows off her personal style even more as she grows in confidence working with Fabletics’ design team

 


On the blue carpet

Los Angeles’ Blue Medi Spa celebrates 18 years in business, a pioneer that opened before medi spa entered the vernacular. Jody Miller joined in the celebrations

 

 

Lucire 2017 | The global fashion magazineLucire’s news-makers of 2017
There’s little doubt in our minds that Stella McCartney is a news-maker this year—and joining her are five journalists, three politicians, and an engineer

 


Maëva Coucke, Miss Nord Pas-de-Calais, wins Miss France 2018

Maëva Coucke bet on her red hair making her stand out in the Miss France competition—and it appears she was right. She is the third contestant from Nord-Pas-de-Calais to win Miss France in recent years

 


Doutzen Kroes stars in Hunkemöller’s Glam Collection campaign for Christmas 2017

Red’s a key, seductive colour for Christmas as Hunkemöller and Doutzen Kroes up the glam quotient

 

 

Lucire 2017 | The global fashion magazineDerek Elvy, the king of avant-garde
Looking back over our 20 years: in this 2008 article, Mava Moayyed talks to the celebrated avant-garde hairstylist, Derek Elvy of Buoy
Photographed by Emma Käthe Anderson
From issue 26 of
Lucire

 


Alpine is back, with the A110 Première Edition—deliveries begin March 2018

Renault has been hinting at the return of Alpine, the famed sports’ car brand absent from showrooms for 22 years, for some time. Come March 2018, the A110 will be back, with a lightweight Première edition, writes Jack Yan

 


British Fashion Awards 2017: Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson, Craig Green, Donatella Versace, Stella McCartney, Christopher Bailey honoured

The UK’s biggest fashion awards’ night saw deserving designers, with Raf Simons and Jonathan Anderson scooping major awards; guests included David Gandy, Naomi Campbell, FKA Twigs, Dame Anna Wintour, Eva Herzigová, Angelica Cheung, Anja Rubik, Hilary Swank, and Amber Valletta

 

 

Lucire 2017 | The global fashion magazineWhy we should be thankful for Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney’s upcoming recognition at the British Fashion Awards is a sign that corporate social responsibility is being properly considered by the establishment, writes Jack Yan

 


A Conscious decision

An article of our times—in fact, it’s from earlier this year in our print edition, and a New Zealand exclusive. Natalia Vodianova has been quietly going about her work as a model, while creating a charity and a donation app, but now she’s stepped into sustainable fashion as she models for H&M’s Conscious Exclusive collection. Jack Yan looks at the collaboration
From issue 37 of Lucire

 


They’re not just making this up

The 2017 Make-up Show in Los Angeles salutes pioneer Kevin Aucoin and spotlights brands poised to make their own mark, observes Jody Miller

 


Tahitian treasures

Jack Yan and Amanda Satterthwaite travel to Tahiti for a summer getaway, relishing the culture of Papeete and beauty of Bora-Bora, while Taha’a—especially the private island resort of Le Taha’a—was a true luxury escape from the pressures of everyday life
Photographed by the authors
From issue 38 of
Lucire

 


What’s in Lucire issue 37?

What’s next on the horizon? This issue’s all about the next thing that emerges. It’s time we bought more carefully when it comes to fashion and beauty—we talk to Natalia Vodianova about the former and provide a cruelty-free guide for the latter. Dior’s looking forward again to the future as we chart just how it got here; while New York designers shrug off convention for the next season. Gerry Kelly’s denim range is sustainable, stylish and sensible. This is the future we said we’d be living … Order your copy here

 

 

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