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The global fashion magazine May 28, 2022 

New Elsa Schiaparelli retrospective at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs from July

Filed by Lucire staff/May 12, 2022/9.06

  Paris’s Musée des Arts Décoratifs will host a new retrospective on Elsa Schiaparelli (1890–1973), entitled Shocking! Les mondes surréalistes d’Elsa Schiaparelli (Shocking! The Surreal World of Elsa Schiaparelli), and running from July 6, 2022 to January 22, 2023 in the Christine & Stephen A. Schwarzman fashion galleries. Schiaparelli drew much of her inspiration from […]

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Letter from a deck chair, summer 2022

Filed by Lucire staff/May 3, 2022/9.36

Don’t even try to explain what sort of vacation folks will choose after being cooped up for two years. It defies prediction. A well heeled couple we know could have done anything from trekking in Bhutan to luxury glamping in Patagonia, yet what did they opt for as their first foray into post-pandemic luxury-world? A […]

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NGV hosts The Picasso Century, with over 170 works by Picasso and contemporaries

Filed by Lucire staff/March 5, 2022/10.19

Header image: Tim Carrafa; above image: Getty Picasso artworks appearing in The Picasso Century. Above: Portrait de femme, 1938 (Centre Pompidou, Paris, Musée national d’art moderne–Centre de création industrielle; gift of the artist, copyright ©1947 Succession Picasso/Copyright Agency; photo © 2022 Centre Pompidou, MNAMCCI/Georges Meguerditchian/Dist. RMN-GP). Mère et enfant, 1907 (Musée national Picasso–Paris; donated in […]

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Russia pulls out of La Biennale di Venezia

Filed by Lucire staff/February 28, 2022/17.30

  We have received word from La Biennale di Venezia that the Russian Federation’s curator and artists have resigned, cancelling their participation in the 59th event. ‘La Biennale expresses its complete solidarity for this noble act of courage and stands beside the motivations that have led to this decision, which dramatically epitomizes the tragedy that […]

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Coronet Peak plans August 2022 events to celebrate 75th anniversary

Filed by Lucire staff/February 27, 2022/10.51

Coronet Peak, in Queenstown, New Zealand, plans to celebrate its 75th anniversary from August 17 to 21, 2022. Events have not been finalized but visitors can expect a programme that appeals to a wide range of people, encouraging a week-long stay. The Peak, as New Zealand’s first commercial ski field, began with a single rope […]

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Eternal Nineties exhibition pays homage to the era of the supermodel

Filed by Lucire staff/February 26, 2022/0.00

Above, from top: Sylvie Castioni: Dans les draps de Léa Seydoux, 2010. Jacques Burga: Valentina Hites, 2021. Pierre-Alban Hüe de Fontenay: Margot, rue de la Croix Nivert, 2019. Jacques Burga: Charlotte Lawrence, 2021.   Running from February 26 to March 9, 2022, Galerie Duret in Paris (7bis rue des Saints-Pères, 75006) is paying tribute to […]

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Eating our way through Paris—encore

Filed by Lucire staff/December 25, 2021/11.09

Wait around long enough in Paris and you’ll stumble upon evidence of a new ephemeral culinary concept. This season it’s nomadic restaurants. They pop up here and there, not intended to last that long, run by adventurous young chefs, usually on the pricey side. Exciting, inventive menus can be found, the most popular cuisines being […]

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Eden Hore: High Fashion/High Country opens at the Dowse, with a nationally significant collection

Filed by Jack Yan/December 2, 2021/12.10

Derek Henderson Jack Yan   Header image: Kevin Berkahn evening dress and cape photographed at Bannockburn Sluicings, Central Otago by Derek Henderson, 2019. Above, from top: Lurex evening gown by Vinka Lucas photographed at the Poolburn Dam by Derek Henderson, 2019. Kevin Berkahn evening dress, 1973, acquired by Eden Hore for NZ$3,000. Other gowns by […]

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Rooftop kenjutsu in Tokyo

Filed by Lucire staff/October 24, 2021/20.53

You won’t need the implant or the Blue Pill to appreciate this incredible offering from Hoshinoya Tokyo, a programme which aims to refresh the mind and body through traditional sword training outdoors at the stratospheric height of 160 m above the ground. Forget your morning yoga. Today you can experience kenjutsu training in a setting […]

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Letter from Paris, October 2021

Filed by Lucire staff/October 20, 2021/18.06

Stanley Moss; Paula Sweet   Above, from top: Paris, with the Tour Eiffel in the distance, as viewed from the Centre Georges Pompidou. The Opéra Garnier. Martha Wilson’s work at the Centre Georges Pompidou. Martha Wilson and photographer Paula Sweet. Artist Markus Hansen with The Empathy Flags. April Gornick and Eric Fishl flank travel editor […]

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