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Demi Lovato for Fabletics collection pledges US$125,000 to WHO COVID-19 fund

Fabletics and Demi Lovato opted not to delay the launch of their limited-edition spring capsule collection, instead pledging US$5 from each sale to the fight against COVID-19

 


Capital fare

Lola Cristall has been checking out luxury hotels on the US’s east coast, in Maryland and Washington, DC
Photographed by Cris Molina, Ron Blunt and Larry Lamsa

 


Less is amore

Jalila Nayil’s minimalist philosophy informs her approach to fashion design with her label Laith. Qurratulain Wahab speaks with her
Photographed by Ayesha Tariq and Jalila Nayil
From the February 2020 issue of
Lucire KSA

 


An Instagram round-up during COVID-19

What are celebrities (and one prime minister) doing during the pandemic? As we haven’t heard from many since the newsmedia have more pressing stories, Lucire decides to find out

 


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

 


Shine on, no matter what

US west coast editor Elyse Glickman shares news on an emerging Hollywood favourite sure to add spark to our at-home self-care routines

 


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

 


Lands’ End and Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James release swimwear collection

Lands’ End and Draper James have collaborated on a collection that promotes body positivity, with some proceeds going to Girls Inc.

 


Twelve things I do to keep balanced while working from home

Having worked from home since the late 1980s, here are some tips on how Jack Yan gets through his day

 


The next best thing

To those with the travel bug finding themselves at home, don’t fret: there are virtual museum tours, and more, to explore
Main photograph by Anna Shvets

 


Land of the Giants

Shedding its haunted past, Guyana blooms as the next rainforest destination. George Rush explores the country
Photographed by Eamon Rush
From issue 41 of
Lucire

 


My computer thinks I am a woman

Photographer Dmitry Kostyukov recently experienced a rich dialogue with an algorithm belonging to a Scandinavian swimwear company. He’d been auto-mistaken for a Y chromosome, and digitally invited to become a brand ambassador. Dmitry accepted, and received the sample suit of his choice, an influencer name and instructions on how to photograph himself wearing the product. This exposes one facet of what advertising has become, commodified advocacy. Following is the text of his statement about the project, filled with reminders of what today constitutes the new paradigm of product promotion. Caveat emptor

 

 

Lucire 2020 | The global fashion magazineTAG Heuer launches new Connected smartwatches
The third generation of Connected timepieces are part of an internally developed digital ecosystem, with apps on the watch and mobile

 


Packing a punch

Some of the best beauty products around show that power is often delivered in small packages. Meg Hamilton looks at a selection

 


Chain reaction

Through the course of a year, Stanley Moss came across Accor’s Pullman chain five times in three countries. He discovers that in each city—New Delhi, Marseille, Auckland and Paris—Pullman was united by high standards
Photographed by Paula Sweet

 


Sol sisters: beauty launches go head to toe in West Hollywood

Jody Miller and Elyse Glickman get a first look at everything you want and need for your beauty needs this spring with some exciting beauty débuts

 

 

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