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Out now: Lucire issue 49, with free shipping for UK and US

Are these the trends we’ll remember the 2020s by?

May 12, 2021/23.35

A fashion magazine seems to have a few roles. The first is to create a record of trends, not just reporting on them but preempting them, as a snapshot of where society is at any given moment. The second is arguably to chart culture itself, and just what the Zeitgeist is.    If the articles […]

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Giorgio Armani, Daniel Lee, Kim Jones scoop top honours at the Fashion Awards 2019

December 2, 2019/23.27

British Fashion Council Top honours at this year’s Fashion Awards—formerly the British Fashion Awards—went to Giorgio Armani, Daniel Lee for Bottega Veneta, and Kim Jones for Dior Men, in a spectacular night at the Royal Albert Hall in London, hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross and attended by 4,000 guests.    As well as presenters and […]

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HRH the Duchess of Sussex a surprise presenter at the Fashion Awards

December 11, 2018/2.47

John Phillips Mike Marsland/BFC The Fashion Awards, formerly the British Fashion Awards, have become one of the fashion industry’s most celebrated nights. As usual, the British Fashion Council, which runs the event, slowly drip-fed media over the last six weeks on this year’s developments: that Jack Whitehall and Alek Wek would host on December 10 […]

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British Fashion Awards 2017: Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson, Craig Green, Donatella Versace, Stella McCartney, Christopher Bailey honoured

December 5, 2017/1.06

British Fashion Council Designer of the Year gongs were awarded to Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson and Craig Green tonight at the Fashion Awards 2017 presented by the British Fashion Council in partnership with Swarovski.    The star-studded night held at the Royal Albert Hall saw Simons awarded for his work at Calvin Klein, Anderson for […]

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Why we should be thankful for Stella McCartney

November 29, 2017/2.09

Lucire is UN Environment’s first fashion industry partner. In October, Fast Company profiled Stella McCartney in a piece that found its way to me not via Lucire, but via Medinge Group, the international think-tank on humanistic branding. Wearing that hat, we’ve long advocated corporate social responsibility, and McCartney has been “living the brand” for a […]

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