wears the Pearl black satin stitched evening duffle coat. Cover photographed
by Stratton Heron, assisted and styled by Amanda Dorcil. Make-up by
Katie/Vada. Hair by Leonie Ferguson/Vada. Modelled by Chezvan/62
DOWN TO YOU, our readers. Thank you for being there with
us for the last seven yearsbecause its your loyalty
thats propelled us to launch Lucire as a print title
on October 4, 2004.
Just as folks told us the original Lucire
could not be done in
1997, were breaking new ground. As far as we know, no one
in fashion has gone from web to printespecially not with a
monthly title. But we wish to, because for the last seven years
youve come to us to tell us that there was something missing
out there on newsstands. Its time to fill that void.
October 4, 2004:
start spreading the news
Since were not backed by a huge conglomerate, email
your friends about this page and let them know we want help
spreading the word!
Lucire will always remain of, by and for the peoplewherever
New Zealanders will be the first to see Lucire
on sale every month. It makes sense to begin Down Under: its
our HQ, its one of the most
concentrated markets in the world, and if you can make it there,
you can make it anywhere. Lucire, too, is New Zealand-owned,
even if only 6 per cent of our audience are Kiwis.
Not that were shutting the door to anyone
who wants a copy elsewhere. Youll be able to buy Lucire
online and well offer online subscriptions as soon as possible.
If your name was on the Lucire mailing list from the beginning
(and remains there), well be offering some ridiculously great
Remember, we still want to hear from you on how
were doing, because Lucire lives by its readers. Feel
free to feed
back your comments to the Lucire StyleTalk forum
where we’re making the the magazine discussion totally public. Advertisers,
surf over to www.lucire.net
where we’re updating our print preview site. And just as an incentive,
weve five, one-year-long subscriptions up for grabs:
click here for more information.
JOIN THE COMPETITION
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Audi New Zealand
Laura Ming-Wong/Sweet Chilli
Ford Motor Company of New Zealand
Craig Campbell/Wellington City
Wayne Chipperfield/PMP Digital
Nicky Casey/United Travel
Pixel Workshop Ltd.
Jones Publishing Ltd.
Edward Talbot/Helen Talbot
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Opening pages: contents page,
contributors (1,354 kbyte).
Fashion section: editorial, trends by Greer Hughes, Fashion
Insider by Stevie Wilson and Jack Yan (1,582 kbyte).
Catwalk pages: Mercedes Australian Fashion Week by Carolyn
Enting; Los Angeles Fashion Week by Jack Yan; Toronto Fashion Week
and Fashion Week of the Americas by Phillip D. Johnson; feature
story in association with UNEP
on Gabriel Scarvelli (1,186 kbyte).
Beauty pages: editorial by Stevie Wilson; Style Intelligence
makeover; Robert Bolaños
and brows; International Make-up Artists Trade Show report by
Stevie Wilson; mens grooming by Stevie Wilson (1,395 kbyte).
Our people: Hilary Rowland, interviewed by Jack Yan
Shoot no. 1: American idol photographed by Amanda Dorcil,
assisted by Stratton Heron, styled by Niki Jenkinson, styling assisted
by Hannah Sturgiss, make-up by Eithner Curran, hair by Trevor Potter
Hair from Veronica Fox Studios and modelled by Céline Muir/62
Models. Scanned by PMP
Digital (733 kbyte).
Shoot no. 2: A light exists in spring photographed by Marcus
Weight/Pixel, photography assisted by Melissa Collow/Pixel, styled
by Wendy Henderson, make-up by Chérie Stevens, hair styled
by Wendy Henderson, airbrush tanning by Nicola Brockie and SunFX
and modelled by Fleur Gaskin/Nova
Models. Scanned by David Philpott of DP
Creative and by DAC (992 kbyte).
Shoot no. 3: Glow photographed by Stratton Heron, photography
assisted by Amanda Dorcil, styled by Amanda Dorcil, make-up by Katie/Vada
using MAC, hair styled by Leonie Ferguson/Vada Hair using Rusk and
Schwarzkopf and modelled by Chezvan/62
Models (801 kbyte).
Shoot no. 4: Twilight: photographed and produced by Antony
Nobilo and modelled by Elyse and Matt/Clyne
Models (897 kbyte).
Volante and Life/Style pages: travel editorial by Jack Yan,
London cocktails by Pameladevi Govinda, new products, Ford Mustang
by Jack Yan, The Scene with Matthew Williamson, Anna
Kournikova, Panos Emporio in Latvia, Costume Institute gala 2004,
Cary Grant centenary and Rock in Rio, astrology by Susan Kelly,
First Person and permanent make-up tattoos by Nancy
Erfan, Report from the Real World, by our readers (1,648