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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

 


The rise and rise of Bench

From humble beginnings with a T-shirt business, to an empire that spans fashion and beauty on a worldwide basis, Ben Chan tells Jack Yan about his philosophy as Bench’s creative director
Photographed by Alan Raga
From issue 35 of
Lucire

 


Spring 2019: creativity unleashed

Collaborations, emerging labels, and old favourites all impressed Lola Cristall as she identifies her favourites from New York Fashion Week’s spring–summer 2019 looks
Photographed by Dan Lecca, Mike Coppola, Cindy Ord, Gonzalo Marroquin, Paul Bruinooge, J. P. Yim, and Alpine Baek

 


Mad for Madrid

It might not have the same cachet as Paris or Milano, but Madrid has plenty of energy and colour to make it one to watch. We look at our favourites from its fashion week
Photographed by Ifema/Ugo Camera

 


Carole Shashona: breaking stereotypes in jewellery design

One of America’s extraordinary designers tells Elyse Glickman how she designs jewellery as a compass for those who prefer walking the road less travelled

 


Fall says volumes

Lola Cristall chooses her favourites among New York’s finest as she reviews their fall 2018 collections
Photographed by Dan Lecca, Frazer Harrison, and Edward James

 


Spring has sprung

What are our favourite looks right now from New York’s designers? Lola Cristall makes her picks
Photographed by Dan and Corina Lecca, Frazer Harrison, Edward James, Kevin Sturman and Monica Schipper

From issue 38 of Lucire

 


A fashionable ethos

Sarah Arnold-Hall catches up with Brooke Da Cruz, who recently launched her début sustainable fashion collection
Photographed by Emma Gray
Modelled by the author

From issue 38 of Lucire

 


In living colour

In another look back at our archives as we celebrate 20 years: Hale Bob brings a global edge and a feminine sensibility to US west coast fashion. In 2008, Elyse Glickman visited Moroccan-born, French-educated creator Daniel Bohbot and director of marketing Marc Springer
From issue 26 of Lucire

 


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

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineTaking on the Iconic role
Connor Tieman interviews Tom Simpson, head of menswear at the Australian online fashion retailer, the Iconic (officially styled in all caps), on his work and what trends he expects for spring–summer 2017–18
From issue 38 of Lucire

 

 

Lucire 2012 | The global fashion magazineH&M’s capital idea
Jack Yan and Sopheak Seng meet H&M’s country sales’ manager for New Zealand, Daniel Lattemann, inside its newest store in Queensgate, near Wellington, its opening imminent

 


The end of convention

Times may be uncertain, but designers are sending a clear message: it’s time to shake off convention in New York, as Lola Cristall chooses her favourites from the autumn–winter 2017–18 shows
Photographed by Thomas Kletecka and Dan Lecca
From issue 37 of
Lucire

 


When Dreams Turn to Gold

A new exhibition in Dunedin celebrates New Zealand fashion, looking back through the years when design was prime-time at the Benson & Hedges Fashion Design Awards. Chris Park checks it out
Photographed by the author

 


Making his way in fashion

Jack Hill has a love of making things, and that’s reflected in fashion with a utilitarian streak, including his own line in sustainable shoes featuring hevea milk soles. Chris Park speaks with him
Photographed by the author

 


Demystifying Stephen Jones

In another look back at our 20 years, Stephen Jones, OBE, one of the great names in millinery, talked to Jack Yan in 2013 about his creative process, his drive, and his favourite collection
Photographed by Yvonne Shearer
Catwalk photographed by Matthew Beveridge
from issue 30 of
Lucire

 


One to one with Paulo Melim Andersson

Chris Park catches up with the Swedish-born designer whose work has graced the lines of Marni, Chloé, and Zadig & Voltaire
Catwalk photographed by the author

 


Bust–waist–hip: the skinny on fashion’s body weight dilemma

As part of our ongoing 20th anniversary celebrations, in this special feature originally published in 2007, Summer Rayne Oakes discusses the fashion industry’s international effort to increase awareness about health and eating disorders, and the pressures of maintaining a healthy body image in the modelling industry
Catwalk photographs by Janet Liu
From issue 22 of Lucire

 


African fashion adds edge in London

With African fashion on the ascent, Bhavana Bhim checks out Africa Fashion Week in London behind-the-scenes
Photographed by Douglas Rimington/Detune Photography

 


Seven trends for ’17

Nathalia Archila picks out seven trends that will get you looking right in fashion for the coming year

 


A guide to 2017 fashion

In the third part of our 2017 introductions, Nathalia Archila and Lola Cristall pick out their highlights as the year commences

 


Contemporary chic

Lola Cristall chooses the most on-trend designers from the spring–summer 2017 shows at New York Fashion Week
From issue 36 of Lucire

 


Paris’s fierce autumn

Lola Cristall looks back at Paris’s autumn–winter 2016–17 shows, where designers tapped into a fierce, strong vibe for the uncertain times ahead
photographed by Marco Severini, Carlo Scarpato, Foto Ugo Camera, and courtesy designers

 


Fierce is fashionable for fall

Lola Cristall reports from New York Fashion Week’s fall–winter 2016–17 shows, finding that ethnic influences and urban armour played on our favourite US designers’ thinking for the season
photographed by Dan Lecca, Randy Brooks, Nina Choi, Peter Stigter, Monica Felix, and courtesy designers

 


Timi Hayek: sheer charm, relaxed sportswear

Tamara Madison talks to Beirut-based designer and Central Saint Martins alumna Timi Hayek, delivering an understated, minimalist æsthetic with her latest collections

 


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