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LIVING Our latest issue has plenty of exclusives, from an interview and shoot with God Friended Me’s Violett Beane to Stanley Moss’s return to Bali, and plenty of great fashion and stunning editorials. Enjoy the rest of your summer with Lucire’s 40th

 

 

Lucire issue 40 cover, with Violett Beane
Violett Beane, photographed by Jon Moe
Make-up by Jamie Dorman
Styled by Brittany Lovoi

 

 

22/ Diversity Is Not a Trend
There are many proclaiming diversity, but, as Bhavana Bhim investigates, some of those claims in fashion, beauty and film fall short

 

26/ Next-Level Fashion
Cass, an eco-fashion label founded by French-born designer Eléonore Cass in 2017, has already earned an international reputation with its bold colours and strong ethics. She speaks to Jack Yan

 

30/ Hide and Seek
Sibirien Stockholm’s leather accessories are luxurious and sustainably sourced, but it’s the individual care by its founder that makes them truly special, writes Jack Yan

 

34/ Blooming with Good Vibes
Actress Violett Beane has some things in common with her God Friended Me character Cara Bloom, but has ambitions beyond her love of acting, she tells Jack Yan
Photographed by Jon Moe
Make-up by Jamie Dorman
Styled by Brittany Lovoi

 

44/ A World Away
This month, we head Down Under to see what trends Australian designers have for resort 2020—and it appears a trip to other eras or worlds was on the minds of many
Photographed by Mark Nolan, Stefan Gosatti, Mackenzie Sweetnam, and James Gourley

 

50/ Always in Style
The iconic Cathy Fedoruk talks to Reilly Sullivan on timeless style, joining Instagram, and celebrating Ralph Lauren
Photographed by Diana Ragland
Make-up and hair by Helen Robertson
Styled by Barbara Pizik
Creative direction by Lori Modugno

 

56/ Rossetti’s Dream
Hair by Michael Beel/Buoy Salon & Spa, using L’Oréal Professionnel
Photographed by Val Cabadonga
Make-up by Courtney Taylor/Buoy Salon & Spa
Styling and creative direction by Sopheak Seng
Modelled by Oscar and Paige/Kirsty Bunny Management
Set and florals from Yvette Edwards Florist

 

66/ Geometry
Photographed by Kourosh Sotoodeh at Factory Downtown
Styled by Cannon/the Only Agency
Make-up by Roshar/www.roshar.com using NARS Cosmetics
Hair by Daniel Roldan using L’Oréal and Matrix
Market editor: Alexandra Lynn/the Cannon Media Group
Modelled by Stefanie Medeiros/the Industry Model Management
Nails by Nori/Artlist using Chanel
Styling assisted by Alexis Heard
Post-production by Teodora Dimitrova and Zuzanna Kurtys

 

74/ The Next Big Thing
Lola Cristall gets a heads-up on organic beauty products and a preview of this year’s Cosmoprof trade show

 

76/ LA Beauty: the Golden Ageless
Warmer weather in Los Angeles means it’s time for some outdoor beauty events that mix the appeal of all-natural ingredients with nutrition and exercise for body, mind, and soul, reports Elyse Glickman

 

78/ Skin Science That Is Elemental
Prestige beauty brands La Roche–Posay and Sunday Riley source nature’s bounty to promote skin health under the harshest conditions, write Elyse Glickman and Jody Miller

 

80/ Far above Rubies
Photographed by Lindsay Adler
Creative direction and styling by Cannon/the Only Agency
Make-up by Joanne Gair
Hair by Linh Nguyen
Modelled by Julia Riethof/the Industry Model Management
Market edited by Alexandra Lynn Gramp
Photography assisted by Steven Turner
Styling assisted by Alexis Heard and Chelsey Fleurant


90/ With the Cares of the World far behind Us
With a 50th anniversary limited edition based around its potent V12 DBS Superleggera, Aston Martin pays tribute to a Bond car, one that isn’t as well known as the DB5 from Goldfinger, but which deserves to be considered alongside it, says Jack Yan
Photographed by Dominic Fraser

 

98/ Some Tangled Vines in Georgia
George Rush experiences Georgia’s hospitality and uncovers intrigue as he mixes with everyone from a Nobel-nominated poet to plutocrats
Photographed by the author

 

110/ Balinese Choices
Stanley Moss heads to Bali for seven weeks, and immerses himself into the local culture—while enjoying some of the luxurious resorts the island has to offer
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

122/ Finding Every Landscape
Some tourists might choose New Zealand to get away from it all, but New Zealanders go one step further, to Rēkohu in the Chatham Islands, explains Jack Yan
Photographed by Simon Watts and the author

 

130/ Luxury Line
Anniversaries and film festivals—they’re perfect opportunities to spoil yourself with luxury

 

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