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On the red carpet with Jessica Alba

Filed by Lucire staff/December 4, 2008/8.41

Above: Cash Warren and Jessica Alba, and Campari CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz. (Getty Images photograph.) We’ve a few more shots from the December 2 launch of Jessica Alba’s calendar for Campari, held at la Permanente in Milano, Italy. Surf over to the main part of the site here. The story on the calendar, plus a few […]

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Jessica Alba’s in the red spirit

Filed by Lucire staff/December 3, 2008/11.17

Campari launched its 2009 calendar, starring Jessica Alba, at a celebrity event in Milano yesterday. We’ve featured a few of Mario Testino’s stunning images from the calendar, with Alba promoting the red spirit in each one, some subtly, some less so (with the Campari bottle being quite noticeable). Also noticeable: make-up has been getting a […]

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Alessandra Gucci’s limited-edition bags

Filed by Lucire staff/November 5, 2008/8.56

This was an interesting range to come through on our newsdesk this week. These bags have been designed by Alessandra Gucci, daughter of Maurizio, granddaughter of Rodolfo. The First is a limited edition of 99 pieces globally: there will only be 11 of each style. The idea is to minimize the odds of going to […]

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Miscellaneous items on our desk

Filed by Lucire staff/April 27, 2008/12.11

There are only 8,000 each for him and for her of the Diesel Fuel for Life Special Edition bottles, launched December 2007—and if you search, you may still be able to find some at ‘exclusive sales outlets’. We had to mention it since we think this is the coolest looking bottle for the first part […]

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George Clooney fashion line release an early April Fool gag?

Filed by Lucire staff/March 25, 2008/1.59

And it’s a hoax—as one reader, who sadly did not leave his or her name in the comments, suspected. George Clooney’s management has said that an email doing the rounds among the fashion media—we and Women’s Wear Daily at least received it—saying that the actor was launching a clothing line is a fake.    ‘I have […]

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George Clooney launches his own fashion line in Milano

Filed by Lucire staff/March 24, 2008/21.38

It had to happen sooner or later. Of all the celebs out there, George Clooney is particularly marketable, not just because of his looks, but because of his social activism. Thanks in part to his politician Dad Nick, the younger Mr Clooney is probably interested in more than acting.    At the Westin Palace in […]

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Naomi Campbell: modelling more racist than ever

Filed by Lucire staff/February 7, 2008/5.36

Supermodel Naomi Campbell says the fashion industry is more racist than ever.    Campbell hit out at the lack of black faces on magazine covers and catwalks.    She told The London Paper: ‘Women of colour are not a trend. That’s the bottom line. It’s a pity that people don’t always appreciate black beauty. In […]

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Patrick Dempsey the new face of Versace

Filed by Lucire staff/December 4, 2007/11.35

Patrick Dempsey of Grey’s Anatomy—let’s also not forget Loverboy and Meatballs III—is the new face of Versace’s men’s line, according to the fashion house. Donatella Versace said to the press, ‘He has that confidence, completely comfortable in his own skin, that is so attractive.’ Mr Dempsey’s campaign has already been shot by Mario Testino and […]

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Roberto Cavalli and H&M: the trans-Atlantic party season

Filed by Lucire staff/November 24, 2007/4.32

You’ve seen the video (which has been on the Lucire home page since late October), now read the article: a little more news of Roberto Cavalli and H&M’s collaboration and the parties they had in Roma and New York to kick it off.    We hesitate linking the video in too many places, since it […]

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The folly of geo-targeting in a world of global brands

Filed by Jack Yan/October 1, 2007/12.32

In the 1990s, the geo-targeting of advertisements on websites was not very common. If a campaign went out—such as when Condé Nast’s style.com advertised here to get its word out to fashionistas—it went out globally. We were paid, of course, for delivering campaigns to everyone.    Somewhere this century, advertising decided to take a backward step, […]

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