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LIVING Shoots galore from our wonderful team, Paris haute couture, La Katz going beyond sustainable, the incredible career of Victor de Souza, actress Rayana Ragan, Shiseido and Tory Burch teaming up, travel to San Antonio and a preview of three luxury European resorts—all in an issue’s work at Lucire

 

 

Lucire issue 41 cover, with Camille Hyde
Elena Sartison wears Victor de Souza with accessories by Erickson Beamon
Photographed by Damien Carney
Creative direction and fashion styling by Nikko Kefalas
Make-up by Joanne Gair
Hair by Kirsten Brooke Anderson
Hair assisted by Rachel Bell

 

 

12/ Image of the issue
La Métamorphose at the Château de Vaux-Le-Vicomte

 

22/ Where Have All the Fun Fashion Magazine Websites Gone?
Removing the design and content review scores from Lucire’s link section online is the result of much larger forces in publishing and technology, as Jack Yan explains

 

26/ With Beauty and Meaning
Seeing that fashion often fell short on innovation and ecological promotion, Laura Sänger created La Katz, a silk label that adopts a cradle-to-cradle philosophy, and eliminates all pollutants and plastics. The result: silk that feels purer than what you might have come to know, raising the standard. Jack Yan interviews her
Photographed by Luise Hannah Reichert and Kaja Wagner

 

34/ Regalia
Designers let their imaginations soar for the spring–summer 2021 haute couture shows in Paris, and they took us to regal palaces and their gardens, writes Meg Hamilton

 

44/ Where Drama Meets Classicism
The highly acclaimed New York designer Victor de Souza talks to Lucire about his childhood in Argentina, his influences, and his toughest celebrity commission
Opening photograph by Malena González Serena/Unsplash

 

50/ When Anything Is Possible
Rayana Ragan’s music career is taking off, with acclaim for her first EP—and that’s on top of an international modelling and acting career. Jack Yan speaks to her
Photographed by Hawkoh

 

56/ Demure Baroness
Photographed by Damien Carney
Creative direction and fashion styling by Nikko Kefalas
Make-up by Joanne Gair using Victor de Souza NY and Tatcha Skincare
Hair by Kirsten Brooke Anderson/Industry Salon
Hair assisted by Rachel Bell
Modelled by Elena Sartison

 

68/ Black Crows
Photographed by Jock Robson
Art-directed by Sara Allsop
Hair direction by Michael Beel/We Are Loser Kids
Make-up by Richard Symons/MAC Cosmetics
Styled by Sopheak Seng

Modelled by Grace and Sabrina/Supermgmt models and Piper Robson

 

76/ Paradox
Photographed by Damien Carney
Creative direction and styling by Nikko Kefalas
Make-up by Joanne Gair
Hair by Adrian Gutierrez/Creative Director for Free Spirit Salon
Modelled by Elena Sartison, Natalia Bogdanova/Q Model Management and Yueyao Li/EMG Models NYC

 

94/ Little Luxuries for ’21
The theme for the year is less is more: we’ve had a year where our priorities have shifted, and if we are to indulge in luxury, it needs to be practical, too, writes Elyse Glickman

 

96/ Summer’s Big-screen Release
When east meets west: Shiseido gets a summer makeover thanks to the talented Tory Burch, with a limited-edition range of sunscreens, writes Elyse Glickman

 

98/ Into the Blue
Photographed by Damien Carney
Styled by Rod Novoa
Make-up by Joanne Gair using Danessa Myricks Beauty and Tatcha Skincare
Hair by Damien Carney
Art direction by Nikko Kefalas
Modelled by Elena Sartison


106/ Spring Fresh
Photographed by Eric Hason
Make-up by Natalia Bizinha using MAC Cosmetics and Kett Cosmetics
Hair syled by Tamar Slaughter
Styled by Ginger Cuenca
Modelled by Ruby King/Élite Model Management

 

116/ Meet San Antonio’s Great Women
Two unique San Antonio boutique properties are stylish gateways to the city’s historic, cultural, and culinary highlights—many of them led by enterprising women, reports Elyse Glickman

 

124/ Saint-Tropez and Sardegna Dreams
As we await COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted, Stanley Moss has his eye on three luxury properties

 

128/ Luxury Line
Luxury is marked by tasteful débutantes for spring

 

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