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

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

 


Your own private club Med

When spring entertaining comes back, Elyse Glickman has three family recipes from Mediterranean restaurant Soom Soom’s Ronit Machlouf

 


Comfort and security

The latest in lifestyle this quarter includes something to keep your clothes clean and virtually bacteria-free, and luxury chocolate—they might be just the ticket in this climate. Meg Hamilton and the Lucire team have their recommendations for you

 


In the land of Route 66

Although a good deal of our readers are US-based, our car reviews haven’t typically been written for that market. Lola Cristall redresses the balance with several luxury models available Stateside

 


Liquid gold, with a mission

Bees Up Top’s honeys have one of the best brand stories we’ve come across—and they taste spectacularly, too, writes Jack Yan
Photographed by Joel McDowell and Tracey Creed

 

 

Lucire 2020 | The global fashion magazineDeeper tales of migration
Victoria Whisker reviews Diane Comer’s The Braided River: Migration and the Personal Essay. Its accounts of migrants’ stories gave her a deeper appreciation of New Zealanders who have chosen the country as their home

 


Good “house” keeping

Vitalie Taittinger pours into her family’s centuries-old legacy, while paying tribute to the contributions actors are making to Hollywood’s history. Elyse Glickman speaks with her
Photographed by Vivien Killilea

 


Pure expression

Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in for 2019 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
Some photographs by Justin Leighton

 


The personal touch

Since she joined our team a year ago, Lucire KSA editor Annie Wahab makes visits after each issue’s publication to many of her featured subjects

 


Wired and wireless for sound

Having the right gear makes all the difference when you want to enjoy music properly. Lola Cristall looks at some of the best quality speakers and headphones on the market

 


Fizzy and feeling good

Elyse Glickman headed to two summer events in Los Angeles ideal for those who love good food and cocktails
Photographed by the author

 


Turning heads

Darren Koele, a veteran in central Ohio, has turned his pen-turning hobby into a passion for creating small works of art. Jack Yan speaks with him

 


Crowning glory

Ultra-premium linen brand Crown Goose Bespoke wants to transform where you sleep—at home or away—into a literal dreamland, writes Elyse Glickman

 


Point taken

Jack Yan talks to Spencer Harrington, a New Zealand-born tattoo artist who’s gaining an international reputation for his work
Main photograph by Taylor Kuykendall

 


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 and courtesy Aston Martin

 


Musical inspiration

Lola Cristall finds out more about the field of music supervision, talking to Thomas Golubić, president of the Guild of Music Supervisors, after attending their ninth awards’ show in Los Angeles
Photographed by Rich Polk, courtesy Getty Images on behalf of the Guild of Music Supervisors

 


The perfect cheese board

There’s a way to get a cheese board right, and Charles Duque of the French Dairy Board (CNIEL) shares his knowledge on how to do it

 


Crazy sexy closets

If clothing, accessories, and jewellery are extensions of your personality, then give them the luxurious storage and security they deserve, reports Elyse Glickman

 

 

Lucire 2019 | The global fashion magazineWelcome to 2019, from the editor of Lucire KSA
Saudi Arabia needs to take its fashion and beauty industry to the next level. Most of all, it needs to develop successful local brands, writes editor Qurratulain Wahab
From the January 2019 issue of Lucire KSA
Photographed by Mohammed Al-Sagga

 


Fuelling the fire

Dolce & Gabbana’s video campaign prior to a Beijing show was labelled as racist, part of a pattern that can be traced back to western imperalism
From the January 2019 issue of Lucire KSA
Main photograph by WiNG/Creative Commons

 

 

Lucire 2019 | The global fashion magazineBlogs are here to stay
Rosie Findlay’s Personal Style Blogs is an in-depth analysis of the fashion blogosphere. In a counterpoint to our earlier story, Jack Yan considers her book
From issue 38 of Lucire

 


Jaguar, rethought

Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in for 2018 is Jaguar’s I-Pace, a car that redefines what its brand is about, while offering a segment-redefining entry into the growing luxury electric car market. Jack Yan discusses our decision
From issue 39 of Lucire

 

 

Lucire 2018 | The global fashion magazineWelcome to our Lucire KSA readers
Founder and publisher Jack Yan introduces a new print monthly for our readers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 


The lion roars with an American accent

Holden’s Acadia is intentionally imposing, its extravagant launch party echoing that theme. Our first drive of the range suggests the company may be on to a winner for the selfie generation, reports Jack Yan
Photographed by Simon Watts and the author

 

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