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Order Lucire issue 41, starring Javicia Leslie, Camille Hyde, and the furs of Rocketman

LIVING Our 41st international issue is jam-packed with features and stunning shoots, with the team working overtime to bring you a world journey, from Venezia to Guyana, from Hollywood to a mill in Kent, from Paris to Queenstown

 

 

Lucire issue 41 cover, with Camille Hyde
Camille Hyde wearing House of Fluff, photographed by Lindsay Adler
Styled by Cannon/the Only Agency
Hair by Linh Nguyen/See Management, using Amika
Make-up by Joanne Gair, using Danessa Myricks Beauty

 

 

22/ Stronger Together
The year has kicked off with some high-profile fashion collaborations. Jack Yan looks at the forms they are taking, from celebrity endorsements to big co-branding efforts

 

26/ Getting Real on Faux Fur
In this special feature, we first look at House of Fluff, one of faux fur’s premier labels that gained such a fast following that it was called upon to re-create Elton John’s coats in Rocketman. Jack Yan interviews House of Fluff founder Kym Canter
Photographed by Lindsay Adler
Modelled by Camille Hyde
Styled by Cannon/the Only Agency
Hair by Linh Nguyen/See Management, using Amika
Make-up by Joanne Gair/www.joannegair.com using Danessa Myricks Beauty

 

34/ Hyde and Seek
Rising US actress Camille Hyde, who models our feature on House on Fluff, has her own story to tell. Jack Yan uncovers it
Photographed by Lindsay Adler
Modelled by Camille Hyde
Styled by Cannon/the Only Agency
Hair by Linh Nguyen/See Management, using Amika
Make-up by Joanne Gair/www.joannegair.com using Danessa Myricks Beauty

 

40/ Sure-fire Fashion
Sustainable accessories’ label Elvis & Kresse—which began by finding a new second life for discarded London Fire Brigade hoses—has an inspirational story that now sees it partner with the Bur­berry Foundation to handle its leather waste. Jack Yan spoke to co-founder Kresse Wesling

 

46/ Balancing Act
Javicia Leslie, who plays Ali Finer in God Friended Me, tells Jack Yan about her role, her faith, and how she keeps her life balanced—not to mention her theory on just who is behind the ‘God account’ on the CBS hit show
Photographed by Jon Moe
Make-up by Ivelisse Rosado
Styled by Cristina Tederick

 

54/ Channelling Femininity
Meg Hamilton finds Paris’s spring 2020 haute couture shows a celebration of the feminine form

 

60/ The Perfect Fit
Forget mass production: the perfect pair of shoes should be personally measured and painstakingly hand-crafted in Italy—that’s Barollo’s philosophy. Jack Yan interviews its founder and creative director, Darren Smith

 

66/ Party Season
Photographed by Damien Carney/www.damiencarney.com
Make-up by Joanne Gair/www.joannegair.com using Danessa Myricks Beauty/ www.danessamyricksbeauty.com
Skin care by QMS Medicosmetics/qmsmedicosmetics.com
Hair by Adrian Gutierrez, creative director for Free Spirit Salon/freespirithair.com
Styling and creative direction by Nikko Kefalas/www.nikkokefalas.com
Modelled by Elena Sartison/Statemgmt NYC; Natalya Piro/www.natalyapiro.com; Jessica Pitti/@jessicapitti8
Make-up assisted by Montana Tantum

 

82/ New Visions for a New Decade
After a decade of J- and K-beauty, diamonds in the rough (i.e. charcoal-based beauty), yoga-inspired packaging and comic book colours, Elyse Glickman welcomes a “see” change in beauty, grooming and self-care for women, men and teens. Factor in a new location away from the downtown LA crush and the stage is set for innovation and paradigm shifts from the vanity table to the streets
Photographed by the author

 

88/ Gallery of Style
Drea Jacklyn and Sonny Henty rethink the LA salon experience, writes Elyse Glickman
Salon photographed by Emma Feil

 

92/ Pure Expression
Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in is a shape that has been with us for two years—and coming up to three. What makes it more qualified than this year’s many débutantes? Jack Yan attempts an answer
Photographed by Justin Leighton

 

98/ Land of the Giants
Shedding its haunted past, Guyana blooms as the next rainforest destination. George Rush explores the country
Photographed by Eamon Rush


110/ An Olympic Guide to Tokyo
During this summer’s Olympic or Paralympic Games in Tokyo, competition will be fierce not just for event tickets, but also hotel rooms, airline tickets and other things you may take for granted. With careful planning and an open mind, Elyse Glickman reports that taking that leap of faith and heading to Japan will give you the best of many worlds—and not just those represented by the athletes competing in the Games in Tokyo
Photographed by the author

 

118/ The Gold Standard
Eichardt’s Private Hotel impresses Stanley Moss as a prestigious and well appointed place to stay in the heart of Queenstown, New Zealand’s downtown
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

124/ In the Shadow of the Remarkables
Offering stunning views of Lake Wakatipu, the Rees Hotel gives five-star luxury for those wanting both short- and long-term stays near Queenstown, writes Stanley Moss
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 

128/ Luxury Line
Intricate workmanship and jewelled details mark out this month’s luxury lines

 

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