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April 2, 2014

Emma Watson, about to graduate, ponders the next stage of her life

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Above Emma Watson at the Berlin première of Noah last month.

Gracing the April issue of Elle Australia, Emma Watson gives readers the opportunity to realize that despite all her success, she just wants to be normal, and she doesn’t want to be criticized for calling an ‘eraser’ a ‘rubber’, a mistake, she tells Elle, she made during her first week at Brown University. In a few months, she will graduate with a degree in English, and she admits, she has no idea what the next chapter of her life is meant to look like, yet she’s optimistic about the whole ‘post-grad situation.’
   ’Look,’ she tells Elle’s Mickey Rapkin, ‘I just want to know exactly what the next 10 years of my life is going to look like, OK? And to have it organized on a colour-coordinated calendar. Is that really too much to ask for?’ And as most of her graduating class would ask the same question, it becomes clear that, although Watson has graced the film and fashion worlds, she is just like any other “almost graduate” deciding where the next chapter of her life is heading, or at least, trying to figure it out.
   But Watson admits she is jealous of other actresses, whose rise to fame have been less embarrassing to hers, citing her role as Hermione Granger as her greatest, yet not her most stylish, role.
   ‘There are these actresses who have emerged in the last year or two and they get to emerge as this complete human being,’ adding, ‘And I’m so jealous! Because everyone has seen me with my terrible haircuts and my awful teeth and all the terrible things I wore and said.’ But that’s the beauty of Watson, she’s so candid and honest about her own insecurities and afflictions that she seems unable to understand why people love her now as the style icon she is, but Watson worries that her best days are already behind her.
   ‘I’ve got so much left to do and prove,’ she tells Rapkin, adding that her absence from the screen wasn’t due to the lack of offers, but, rather the lack of a challenging character. ‘I was being offered roles that I didn’t feel were very complicated. Women that were one-dimensional. Roles that required me to be one thing, but real women never are.’
   Watson admits that she doesn’t want her real life to happen on screen, remembering a quote she once read by Elizabeth Taylor, ‘She had her first kiss in character on a movie set. It really struck me. I had this sense that if I wasn’t really careful, that could be me. That my first kiss could in somebody else’s clothes. And my experience could all belong to someone else.’ The desire to form her own identity is something that Watson emphasizes, she wants to create her own memories, and not just play the role. As the interview progresses, you get the sense that Watson is just trying to find out who she is, without all the Hollywood hype, the movies, the fashion labels; none of that seems too important to her. Emma Watson is on a course to find a “normal” life, but, as she tells Rapkin, finding answers can be tiresome, but finding a safe place is the ultimate goal.
   ‘If I’ve learned anything, it’s to stop trying to find the answers and certainties.’
   Her desire to feel safe and balanced we all share, even Watson admits her quest is a little mad, but she won’t give up on trying to build a “normal” life. ‘You might think I’m crazy,’ she says, ‘but I was like, “I need to find a way to always feel safe and at home within myself.” Because I can never rely on a physical place.’
   Whatever happens in her quest to build a “normal” life, we hope that Watson continues to dazzle us with her acting performances and that she finally discovers what all graduating students search for: the next chapter of her life.—Snjezana Bobič

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March 23, 2014

Former Miss Universe New Zealand titleholders feature in upcoming Lucire editorial

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Two former Miss Universe New Zealand titleholders will appear in an upcoming feature in the printed edition of Lucire, with New York-based photographer Jon Moe travelling to Los Angeles to capture the pair for the magazine.
   Laural Barrett (2007) and Samantha Lochhead (née Powell, 2008) both live in the LA area, with Barrett pursuing her musical career and Lochhead recently arriving with her husband, footballer Tony Lochhead.
   In addition to Moe, the crew consisted of Jamie Dorman on make-up, Carina Tafulu stepping in at the eleventh hour for hair, Lei Phillips on styling (assisted by Janice Gonzalez). The venue, Riviera 31, is a cocktail lounge at the Sofitel luxury hotel in West Hollywood, arranged through Pivotal PR.
   Lucire publisher Jack Yan and fashion editor Sopheak Seng guided and coordinated from head office in New Zealand, with the aid of US west coast editor Elyse Glickman.
   The current issue, no. 32, is on sale now and features a cover shot by Claire Harrison in the UK.
   Entries are open, meanwhile, for Miss Universe New Zealand 2014, after the new consortium put the event back on television in New Zealand after two decades.




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March 2, 2014

Award-winning writer Carolyn Enting débuts first novel, The Medallion of Auratus

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Award-winning writer Carolyn Enting (left)—whose work has graced our pages—has published her first novel, a labour of love called The Medallion of Auratus, now available at Amazon.
   Years in the making, Enting’s children’s book takes the reader on an other-worldly journey, already acclaimed by Meg Matthews of the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art as ‘beautifully written and gloriously descriptive’ and ‘utterly engaging and believable’ by Weta’s Kate Jorgensen.
   ‘Enting takes us on a riveting journey that’s a mixture of Jules Verne and a Greek hero myth. It’s an intelligent read loaded with classical references that come to life for young readers,’ says journalist Patrick Rose.
   Its main character, Sam Donnelly, and his best friend, Jackson Brown, discover a magical gold medallion on the beach during the summer holidays. The pair must return the medallion to the Golden Tower in Auratus, in another realm which they had thought existed only in legends, or this world will be ruled by the evil Sea Lord, Sceleratus.
   Enting’s first draft was written as a teenager. Now 43, she completed the novel during her annual leave breaks while working as a full-time journalist over the last decade. She is now associate editor of Mindfood.
   The 65,000-word adventure is targeted at the seven- to eleven-year-old group but Enting says it equally appeals to adults.
   She says that the fantasy element is a logical step from her fashion coverage over the last decade and a half. ‘A big part of world of fashion, in particular haute couture, is pure fantasy,’ she says.
   Enting intends the book to be the first of an Ocean Quest series.
   In November 2013, Enting received the Star Beauty Outstanding Contribution to Beauty Journalism (New Zealand) award at the Beautydirectory Star Awards in Sydney.

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February 14, 2014

Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge, Chrissy Teigen share Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover, shot in the Cook Islands

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Three models share the cover honours for the 50th anniversary Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for 2014: Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge, and Chrissy Teigen.
   The 2014 edition was revealed Thursday night on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit blog and débuted on national TV Thursday night in the US on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
   It is the first cover for all three models. Teigen has modelled for the special issue since 2010, and Agdal had her début in 2012. It is Aldridge’s first year.
   The last time three models appeared on the cover was in 2006.
   The cover was shot by James Macari in the Cook Islands. The magazine itself will hit newsstands next week, in print and digital formats.
   Teigen also appears in Air New Zealand’s latest safety video, co-branded with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, which was also shot in the Cook Islands.
   Kate Upton had appeared on the cover over the previous two years.

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January 18, 2014

Behind the Lucire 2014 redesign, and a features’ round-up

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Surface Too Deep

Top A promotional image from Surface Too Deep. The model on the left is reading Lucire. It’s a better photo than we could have come up with to promote ourselves. Above Lucire’s new look for the web edition’s news pages for 2014.

You may have noticed we’ve continued to do some housekeeping around the place. Our web news pages now sport a new look for 2014, following on from the facelifted home page. We’re still finding our feet a little with the image sizes, but we should settle into things by the lunar New Year.
   You’d never guess, but getting the new search button at the top of the page, as well as having DuckDuckGo handle our searches, took around an hour. (This switch means we will have no record of what you searched for. In the last 10 years, we knew which keywords were used, but we never bothered looking beyond that. With people increasingly concerned about online privacy, DuckDuckGo is a search engine that doesn’t leak anything to the NSA et al, for the simple reason that it doesn’t keep any search records.) The new footer took an hour and a half. And creating the template for these pages and making sure they worked took around 11 hours. The comment system is now driven by Disqus across the entire Lucire site, not just the features. We also switched from Feedburner for the daily email newsletters to Feedblitz, since there may have been a bug that saw Feedburner deliver the wrong news. We wanted to be safe rather than sorry.
   However, we hope you like it, although if you’re browsing on a cellphone and some mobile devices, you should be seeing a reduced version of these pages as before.
   There have also been new articles on the main part of the website. Elyse Glickman checked out Düsseldorf in her ‘Volante’ feature (the first of three in Germany)—the first article to get the new look. Next up was Stanley Moss, writing as Lovejoy, with our serialization of his novel The Crimson Garter.
   It’s a departure for us to feature fiction, though readers may remember a few road tests by yours truly where I aped the style of another author—my Aston Martin V8 Vantage review was linked and even posted on a forum at the time. However, Stanley’s novel is so compelling it bears the hallmarks of many great Lucire travel stories (many of which were penned by him), and it covers subjects that are familiar to readers. Plus, you can also check out some of the places covered through the related links at the bottom of the page. The icing on the cake is that The Crimson Garter is a really good yarn. The first two chapters are up now, and we’ll add more regularly. Since many of you get into novels over summer, it seems to be an ideal time to serialize his novel. You can also order the whole thing if you want to read ahead—click through and there are links to Kobobooks and Amazon to the right of the title.
   In case you missed the features, Lola Saab has the low-down for spring 2014 from New York; Tamara Madison interviewed Alexandra von Bromssen; and Anna Deans looks at Lindex’s latest campaign with Matthew Williamson and Karlie Kloss. There were also two looks back at 2013: our news-makers, and my personal review of the year.
   Finally, though certainly not least, we have to give props to swimwear label Surface Too Deep for the great photograph above. The model on the left is reading Lucire. The model on the right has put down another title. I think it says it all: the print editions of Lucire, as we regularly hear from readers, truly engage you from cover to cover.—Jack Yan, Publisher

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January 17, 2014

Lucire’s Instagram round-up, January 17

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This week has been full of fun and festive events and the fashion Instagram round-up this week reflects that. The first event this week was, of course, the Golden Globes. The Globes bring out the big guns of red carpet attire. My best dressed of the event was nominated actress from 12 Years a Slave, Lupita Nyong’o. Nupito wore a stunning, fiery-red dress with an attached cape and bare shoulders. This was paired with her usual stunning make-up, which included a matching red lip and gold eye. In awe of her style at the Globes, I have picked this snap, ’grammed by Vogue Brasil, of a few of her bright-and-beautiful red carpet looks from the last few months, including of the Globes’ gown. I love a girl who isn’t afraid of colour, and looks awesome in it also.
   Another exciting event in the fashion world this week was the Stylight Fashion Blogger Awards. Here, I have an Instagram pic from Lucire’s own Instagram from this event. The image depicts Kristina Bazan looking über-chic in what appears to be a black oversized T, paired with a breastplate-style metal choker, a tousled mane, and smoky eyes.
   Last, but certainly not least, was Lucire’s current model obsession Bambi Northwood-Blyth’s wedding! This event took place in the beautiful Byron Bay in Australia, in an outdoor ceremony. Because I think it’s just too cute, I felt compelled to include not one, but two pics of her this week. The first is of her and her new husband, Dan Single, during the ceremony: they both look unbelievably radiant in white. Bambi’s dress is probably the most beautiful wedding dress I have ever seen, no exaggeration. Bambi was lucky enough receive her dress as a gift from designer Roberto Cavalli and Dan wears a dapper Tom Ford suit. The other image I included, which is also from Bambi’s own Instagram, is of another wedding-weekend activity she did, surfing. She looks super-cool in a wetsuit muscle-back, bikini bottoms and a festive floral headpiece. Congrats, Dan and Bambi!
   Also beachin’ it up this week is my personal favourite fashion icon, Miroslava Duma. The Russian “it” girl looks so, so glam in a striped two-piece, a black headscarf and sunnies, even when surrounded by her children’s toys. I am getting hugely behind her nautical look. The second beach-goer is Harper & Harley’s Sara Donaldson. Sara looks super-natural and relaxed in a strapless bikini top and chic black sunnies. This beach look lets her ridiculously glowing skin show even more than usual, lucky lady.
   Another lady with skin to envy is up-and-coming model Malaika Firth. She posts a mid-shoot image of her looking super-stunning and fresh-faced, wearing a hippie-ish gold bangle and a purple patterned scarf. I love her low-key, relaxed look.
   For my own style shot this week, I couldn’t help but include a photo of me during a style profile shoot of my friend, Sarah. This shoot, for my blog, Annabohemio, was encapsulating Sarah’s unique, simple day-to-day style, shot at a local park. Here, I lie among many of the Polaroid photographs wearing Nudie jeans, no shoes and a vintage T. I’m very snap-happy. And that’s a wrap!—Anna Deans

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January 14, 2014

Kenza Zouiten, Pandora, Dulceida and Negin Mirsalehi honoured at Berlin Fashion Week blog awards

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Clemens Bilan


Ian Gavan

Above Chiara Ferragni, Negin Mirsalehi, Aida Domenech, Louise Ebel, Fadela Mercheri, Raul Richter and Benjamin Günther attend the Stylight Fashion Blogger Awards. Aleks Subosic and Kenza Zouiten—who notably updated her blog during the night. Kristina Bazan of Kayture.

Online store Stylight hosted its inaugural Fashion Blogger Awards at the Brandenburg Gate, at the start of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last night.
   A panel, headed by Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad, recongized Negin Mirsalehi of the Netherlands for the most promising fashion blog; Aida Domenech of Spain for the best style fashion blog (Dulceida); Louise Ebel of France for most creative fashion blog (Pandora); and Kenza Zouiten of Sweden for most influential fashion blog.
   Zouiten’s influence has extended into webcasting, with a very successful YouTube channel complementing her blog.
   She recorded her win immediately online, with the one-line entry, ‘I can’t really believe it. We won! You did it again!!! Thank you soooo much!! I will get back to you tomorrow, now we’re gonna celebrate!’
   The event saw some 750 guests from the fashion industry and media, with an awards’ show, live catwalk from Mavi (which was a sponsor), and after-party.


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Peter Michael Dills




Clemens Bilan




Luca Teuchmann

Social photos, above Bonnie Strange. Mirja Dumont. Negin Mirsalehi. Barbara Meier. Raul Richter, Chiara Ferragni and Stylight CEO Benjamin Günther. Rebecca Mir. Louise Ebel. Fanny Lyckman, Aida Domenech and Irene Colzi. Enie van de Meiklokjes and Tobias Stärbo.

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January 7, 2014

Grand Prix photography exhibition opens at Getty Images Gallery on February 6

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Rainer W. Schlegelmilch

Top Michael Schumacher comes to the Mercedes-Benz pits at the Shanghai Grand Prix, April 17, 2011. Centre John Surtees and others do the opening sprint at Le Mans, July 21, 1964. Above Nina Rindt waiting for her husband Jochen to pass by. He had a fatal accident at Parabolica just moments after this picture was taken, on September 6, 1970.

An exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery, Freeze the Speed, showcases the work of Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, the famed Formula 1 photographer.
   Schlegelmilch began his career as a Formula 1 photographer in 1962. The 50 years’ worth of images form an enviable archive of 350,000 photographs, some of which appears at the Gallery between February 6 and March 1.
   The work includes his first race at the Nürburgring in 1962, taking portraits for his final exam at the Bayerische Staatslehranstalt für Photographie, before he set up his studio 18 months later. From 1970 he began shooting only in colour. He has attended more than 500 Grands Prix, including taking candid pit and trackside shots.
   Schlegelmilch tends to rely on natural lighting rather than digital enhancement. His work has been published in, among others, Auto Revue, Auto Motor und Sport, Powerslide, ADAC, Sports Car Graphic, Car & Driver, Road & Track and Car Review. Philip Morris, Mobil, Shell, Champion, Mercedes, BMW, Tag Heuer, DHL, and Red Bull are among the clients who have featured his work.
   Louise Garczewska, Director of Getty Images Gallery, says, ‘In the run up to the 2014 F1 season, we are delighted to represent this iconic collection and bring it to a wider audience through this latest touring exhibition.’
   The Getty Images Gallery is close to Oxford Circus, London, and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, and 12 to 5.30 p.m. Saturday.




Rainer W. Schlegelmilch

Above, from top Swiss racing driver Jo Siffert waits with bandaged road shoes at Monza, September 8, 1968. A portrait from Monte Carlo, 1963. A recent Monaco Grand Prix.

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