The global fashion magazine January 17, 2022 


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Kicking off ’22: Chanel’s Coco Crush jewellery, and Ruby’s Cucumber collection

The height of the southern summer sees a refreshing collection from Ruby in New Zealand, while Chanel uses the letter C and a quilted motif at the core of its 2022 Coco Crush releases


Earthly soles

A shoe made from plants? That’s exactly what Zen Running Club has achieved, writes Elyse Glickman


It’s surreal thing

Man Ray, whose work appeared in Vogue, was one of the most influential artists and photographers of his era, and his presence is still felt today, as Bhavana Bhim explains


Studio Sashiko: the fine strokes of restorative tattooing

Elyse Glickman and Jody Miller visit Studio Sashiko as founders Shaughnessy and Kyle Otsuji open a Los Angeles location, bringing their skills in microblading and other restorative techniques Stateside


Welcome to our 25th anniversary year

Founder and publisher Jack Yan kicks off our quarter-century as 2022 begins, and begins by paying tribute to some of those who have raised Lucire’s standards in art direction and design


The new generation

La nouvelle génération
Twenty twenty-two could be a year where some luxury brands break free of previous limitations, and charge optimistically into the future with new concepts
Vingt-deux pourrait être une année où certaines marques de luxe s’affranchissent des limites antérieures et se projettent, avec de nouveaux concepts, dans l’avenir avec optimisme
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Cardi B and Reebok drop metallic footwear as part of new capsule collection

The magic of New York City at night inspires the latest capsule collection from the US music star


Eating our way through Paris—encore

Stanley Moss provides a useful first-hand review of some of the better places to eat in Paris that Lucire has sampled over the last few months
Photographed by the author and Paula Sweet


A quiet quality

Her designs may exhibit boldness and quality, but designer Deryn Schmidt is not one to shout from the rooftops. Instead, she has a modest approach to her work, recognized by those truly in the know when it comes to properly tailored, well finished fashion, writes Jack Yan
First published in the December 2021 issue of Lucire KSA


New takes

Our selection this month celebrates generations-old heritages, some dating back over a century


The fluffy therapist

Nicole McKinnon says beauty therapy needs to get back to relaxing a client’s mind and body, rather than the transactional approach that some therapists now take
Photographed by Andrea Piacquadio/Pexels


Tash Sultana becomes New Balance’s latest ambassador

The talented, gender-fluid Australian musician shines a positive light on inclusivity as they work with New Balance on new campaigns


Wētā Workshop creates Tūī design for 2021 Aotearoa Music Awards

The Aotearoa Music Awards’ Tūī trophies this year have been created by the craftspeople behind The Lord of the Rings trilogy, reports Riveka Thevendran


Boutique sophistication, Connecticut-style

The Delamar West Hartford offers luxury boutique comfort, for both travellers and long-term stays, while its Artisan restaurant and spa take the hotel’s sophistication to even greater heights, writes Lola Cristall


Rich Paul and New Balance collaborate on 550 sneaker and apparel line

The man representing some of the US’s biggest sporting names collaborates on a collection with New Balance, writes Riveka Thevendran


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From the women of James Bond and the Lamborghini Countach to US designers on both coasts and Texan-born actress Megan West, plus stunning shoots from Lindsay Adler (on the cover), Damien Carney, Lucas Passmore, Andreas Stavrinides, and Zach Sutton, this is one of our most beautiful print issues


Making Zürich tick

Elyse Glickman indulges in Zürich, a city that bridges present and future, with more than chocolate and museums—its food scene is particularly memorable
Photographed by the author


Luna Novias shows its bridal trends for 2022

The mermaid style and plunging necklines are hallmarks of the year to come, says the Spanish bridal fashion label


YY Nation launches sustainable Legacy Footwear Collection, with lower carbon footprint

COVID-19 may have delayed its Auckland shoot, but YY Nation is now ready to show off its Legacy Footwear Collection, with a far lower carbon footprint in its production, writes Riveka Thevendran




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