Lucire
The global fashion magazine November 29, 2022 

Reviving some of our 1998–9 articles

September 13, 2022/0.14

In the 1990s, storage space for websites was limited, and expensive. It was the norm for us, before the turn of the century (and occasionally afterwards) to remove articles to prioritize ones that were more popular or current. With one of our 25th anniversary articles being prepared for print, we dug out a handful of […]

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Pattie Boyd: My Life in Pictures to be released October 18

September 5, 2022/12.23

  Reel Art Press’s latest celebrity volume is by Pattie Boyd, herself a talented photographer who was right in the centre of ’60s pop culture, and had been married to Beatle George Harrison and guitarist Eric Clapton. She inspired Harrison’s ‘Something’ and Clapton’s ‘Layla’ and ‘Wonderful Tonight’. It has been 15 years since her autobiography, […]

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Panos Papadopoulos interviewed on TV4 about his autobiography

August 20, 2022/23.37

  On August 17, Nyhetsmorgon, the morning show on Swedish network TV4, had an in-depth, eight-minute interview with Panos Papadopoulos about his autobiography, Panos: My Life, My Odyssey. In the interview, he talks about his trip from Greece to Sweden for the first time in the 1970s, and how he was inspired to start his […]

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The people of Lucire

June 23, 2022/13.11

In another entry for our 25th anniversary, Jack Yan recalls some of the people who helped get us to this milestone […]

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Stanley Moss’s latest Global Brand Letter released for June ’22

June 6, 2022/22.54

  Lucire travel editor, and international brand guru, Stanley Moss has his latest Global Brand Letter out, with its 23rd edition. These have been a great read for anyone interested in brands or culture, as they take in a global view of the world of branding—all its quirks and fascinating tales, always placed in the […]

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A 25th anniversary retrospective: leading up to Lucire’s launch in 1997

June 2, 2022/3.28

Above: Lucire’s holding page, as archived by the Internet Archive on October 17, 1997. There was no semicolon in JY&A Media; this appears to have been a bug from the Archive’s spider, as explained here.   Normally, I wouldn’t be browsing the Internet Archive for old Lucire pages, especially as I have all of them […]

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