Lucire
The global fashion magazine February 26, 2024 
Out now: Lucire issue 48, with free shipping for UK and US

President Nicolas Sarkozy marries Carla Bruni

February 3, 2008/3.59

Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni arrive in Egypt for their Christmas holiday in 2007. Although some media reported this as a fait accompli weeks ago, it only happened Saturday 11 a.m. in Paris’s 8e arrondissement: President Nicolas Sarkozy and model–singer Carla Bruni have wed, on the ?rst ?oor of the Élysée.    The source is […]

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Jenna Fischer, wearing Roberto Coin jewellery, wins SAG award

January 30, 2008/10.55

The Golden Globes are still going to wind up in the print edition of Lucire but meanwhile, here are two shots we received from the Screen Actors’ Guild awards from jeweller Roberto Coin. ‘SAG winner for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, Jenna Fischer wore two bracelets from Roberto Coin’s Diamond Collection. […]

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Money no object for green motoring, say Australian women

/10.36

In the ’box today: Australian women’s motoring website SheBuys.com.au has found in a survey that 85 per cent of Australian women say that ‘money is no object when it comes to being green’. It also revealed that a third of all women would trade in their car for an environmentally friendly scooter. ‘With increasing pressure for an […]

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Supporting San Diego

January 29, 2008/11.37

Karen Loftus’s story on San Diego is online now, for those who want a break away from Los Angeles that’s not too far away from the southern Californian metropolis. It was a case of ‘Who knew?’ as Karen uncovers some of the hidden gems in the San Diego area, just two hours from her home base.    […]

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Lucire launches in Thailand

January 27, 2008/4.20

Lucire, the international fashion magazine headquartered in New Zealand, has announced that it has collaborated with the Twinpalms Phuket resort and Asia Design Consultants Ltd. to see an extra print edition in Thailand. Twinpalms Lucire launches February 20 with 5,000 copies distributed through the Surin Beach, Phuket resort and its sister properties. The magazine has […]

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New James Bond title confirmed: Quantum of Solace

January 24, 2008/22.05

There’s always some speculation every few years on what the next James Bond movie will be called and now, it’s official: Quantum of Solace.    It’s one of the few Ian Fleming title names left, this time from one of the late author’s short stories in the For Your Eyes Only anthology.    Some fans […]

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The look of the StarNow modelling competition winner

/12.19

Lucire editor Laura Ming-Wong, Miss New Zealand 2007 Laural Barrett and I will be among the judges of the StarNow 2008 Australian Model Search.     Each time I judge a competition, I get asked what I am looking for.    The requirements of a fashion magazine for models include talent that can look different each […]

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Katherine Heigl in scrubs

/11.59

I still think of Katherine Heigl as the girl I should have tried harder to secure a cover with, because she’s now huge in 2008. Prior to that, Katy came into conversation as she was a classmate of a Lucire team member, and I had probably seen Under Siege 2 more times than I should […]

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Join in the Project Runway–Levi’s 501 Design Challenge through Lucire

/11.36

Readers will notice the Levi’s 501 Design Challenge graphic on our home page today, which is tied to the Project Runway competition on TV. The challenge: to create iconic looks based on pairs of Levi’s 501 jeans and the trucker jacket.    But now, you can join in the fun. On the Design Challenge page at the Levi’s […]

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Australian actor Heath Ledger, 28, found dead

January 22, 2008/23.17

Australian-born, Oscar-nominated actor Heath Ledger, 28, has been found dead in a Soho, New York apartment.    The New York Police Department has confirmed his death. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said Ledger was found by a housekeeper at 3.26 p.m., who went to tell him that a masseuse had arrived for an appointment. ‘We don’t know the cause of the […]

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