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Calling for a celebration: Culinary Institute of America, Audobon Society, and Otis College of Art and Design play host

From cuisine to the environment and fashion, there is always something to celebrate, writes Lola Cristall
Photographed by Phil Mansfield, Aurora Rose, Sunny Norton and Lee Salem


DedCool, the unisex, vegan, cruelty-free fragrance brand, launches in New Zealand

Carina Chazana’s fast-growing fragrance line makes it on to New Zealand’s shores, and it’s expected to become a cult perfume in the spirit of Le Labo and Byredo, reports Jack Yan
Launch photographs by the author


On a sea of bliss

Jody Miller sets sail on Norwegian Cruise Lines’ “blissful” new endeavour


Fierce and fit in Bangkok as Miss Universe New Zealand touches down on retreat

Miss Universe New Zealand’s 2018 retreat begins, the reinvigorated competition’s sixth offshore, this year returning to Thailand
Photographed by Alan Raga


Shiseido relaunches Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate with multiple global events

Shiseido has the clout to relaunch its Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate in six cities over two days, as part of reinventing itself and reminding us that the brand is relevant


The Last Dance is the pièce de résistance in Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Dancing with Mozart

The world première of Corey Baker’s The Last Dance was the most talked-about ballet in the RNZB’s mixed bill, reports Jack Yan


Fog and Stone announces luxurious, sustainable pyjama range in pure Egyptian cotton

A New Zealand label looks to the future of fashion with an exquisitely made pyjama range made from sustainable Egyptian cotton



Lucire 2018 | The global fashion magazineTorino hosts Prix Pictet space
Prix Pictet shows its latest exhibition at Camera—Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, with the work of Richard Mosse, reports Stanley Moss
Photographed by Paula Sweet


Keeping it in the family

In a world of multinational corporations, Mauviel 1830 remains a family-owned firm producing quality cookware, writes Lola Cristall


A glamorous 25th annual gala for AmFAR: Alessandra Ambrosio, Winnie Harlow, Barbara Palvin, Elsa Hosk among celebs

The AmFAR gala at Cannes went ahead without the participation of Harvey Weinstein, with other noticeable Hollywood absences at the event. Fortunately, fashion models came to the rescue


Forever young

Jody Miller attends beauty events in Los Angeles, including the Keratin Complex Color service, and tries NuFace’s pioneering new NuBody, an at-home, cellulite-busting toning device


Met Gala 2018 gets more extravagant, with Katy Perry, Gigi Hadid, Rihanna, Alek Wek, Olivia Munn

Religious motifs were out on display as celebrities walked the red carpet at this year’s Met Gala, with the theme Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination


Carlton Hotel Baglioni Milano custom-tailors a new concept

Stanley Moss heads to the Carlton Hotel Baglioni in Milano, and sees that the group has launched its Assoluto Signature Programme, a bespoke travel experience for the luxury traveller
Photographed by Paula Sweet


Spring has sprung

What are our favourite looks right now from New York’s designers? Lola Cristall makes her picks. Next week, we look at her choices for fall
Photographed by Dan and Corina Lecca, Frazer Harrison, Edward James, Kevin Sturman and Monica Schipper

From issue 38 of Lucire


What’s in Lucire issue 38?

Most anniversary issues are nostalgic. This one, the closest to our 20th anniversary, isn’t: we’re preferring to look forward. We ponder whether the influencer has had their day; we talk to Coco Rocha, designer Brooke Da Cruz, and the king of avant-garde hair, Derek Elvy, as his Buoy Salon & Spa turns 30; and we have our “homecomings” to Tahiti and Montréal—though visiting the Moai at Rapa Nui is new. Find out what’s in our latest number, in print, or for Ipad, Android or as a PDF, or order right here



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