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Homecoming

Photographed by Jock Robson
Hair by Sara Allsop
Assisted by Caleb Pritchard
Make-up by Paige Best
Styled by Sopheak Seng
Modelled by Zoë/Clyne, Libby/Clyne and Pippy

 

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, though maybe blogs will live on; 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; we give our picks for spring–summer 2018 from the New York catwalks; we try out the Blu Room at different locations in the US; we examine the rise and rise of the SUV; and we have our “homecomings” to Tahiti and Montréal—though visiting the Moai at Rapa Nui is new

 

22/ The Fall of the Influencer
Lucire predicted the rise of the social influencer many years ago. But now that such ideas have mainstreamed, we’re less optimistic about their staying power
by Jack Yan and Portia Gascoigne

 

28/ Blogs Are here to Stay
Rosie Findlay’s Personal Style Blogs is an in-depth analysis of the fashion blogosphere. In a counterpoint to our opening story, Jack Yan considers her book

 

30/ A Fashionable Ethos
Sarah Arnold-Hall catches up with Brooke Da Cruz, who has recently launched her début sustainable fashion collection
Photographed by Emma Gray

 

34/ Coco Rocha Looks forward
Lola Cristall catches up with Coco Rocha on balancing modelling with motherhood, and how her industry has changed over the last decade and a half
Photographed by Natasha Harri Fuller

 

38/ Spring Has Sprung
Lola Cristall looks at a very positive spring season as New York’s designers show at last September’s fashion week
Photographed by Dan and Corina Lecca, Frazer Harrison, Edward James and Monica Schipper

 

46/ Last Dance
Photographed by Damien Carney
Styled by Nikko Kefalas
Hair by Damien Carney
Make-up by Joanne Gair
Nails by Amanda Eby
Modelled by Natalia Bogdanovak

 

66/ Talking up a Blu Streak
The Blu Room, a new light treatment technology, has found its way around the world—but will it find its way to mainstream medicine? Elyse Glickman tries the hued rooms on for size and gets to know several entrepreneurs who think it will
 

70/ Ophelia
Photographed by Jock Robson
Hair by Sara Allsop
Assisted by Caleb Pritchard
Make-up by Paige Best
Styled by Sopheak Seng
Modelled by Zoë/Clyne, Libby/Clyne and Pippy

 

78/ I’ll Take Manhattan
Photographed by Mike Ruiz
Make-up by Joanne Gair
Hair by Ro Morgan
Styled by Jorge Morales
Nails by Nori using Chanel
Modelled by Alicia Burke

 

86/ By the Pool
Photographed by Kourosh Sotoodeh
Make-up by Matin Maulawizada
Modelled by Olesya Senchenko
Hair by Mark Williamson
Styled by Nina Bogdan

 

94/ By the Sea

Photographed by Kourosh Sotoodeh
Hair by Mark Williamson
Make-up by Matin Maulawizada
Styled by Nina Bogdan
Modelled by Olesya Senchenko

 

102/ The Rise and Rise of the SUV

When it comes to vehicles, suvs aren’t necessarily the best use of our planet’s resources, so why do they keep growing in popularity? Jack Yan asks

 

108/ Tahitian Treasures
Jack Yan and Amanda Satterthwaite travel to Tahiti for a summer getaway, relishing the culture of Papeete and beauty of Bora-Bora, while Taha’a—especially the private island resort of Le Taha’a—was a true luxury escape from the pressures of everyday life
Photographed by the authors

 

122/ Telenovelas, the Andes, and the Mysterious Moai
Elina Lukas takes a 15-hour flight from the UK to Argentina, with Easter Island on her must-see list—and memorable sights and countries to cross en route
Photographed by the author

 

124/ Je me souviens
US West Coast Editor Elyse Glickman goes to Montréal to walk down memory lane, and ends up embracing a different city benefiting from the same historic underpinnings and cultural influences

 

130/ Luxury line
The luxury life’s not just about watches and jewellery: speed and sound make it in to this issue’s pleasures

 

 

 

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