Lucire
The global fashion magazine December 04, 2021 

Living

 

 


It’s real life: conquering body image issues

Alli Spotts-De Lazzer’s MeaningFull is not only founded on a qualified therapist’s knowledge, but first-hand accounts of people who have dealt with dieting, weight and body image issues, and come out the other side having beaten them
Photographed by Drop the Label Movement

 


One step further

Avancez d’un pas
This month’s selection of products takes something you think you know, then advances them in unexpected fashion
Les créateurs des produits de ce mois-ci les fait progresser de manière inattendue
From the October 2021 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Return of the wedge

A private collector commissioned Lamborghini to re-create its 1971 Countach LP500 show car, the purest expression of the company’s dramatic wedges that underlies even its current DNA. Jack Yan looks at its design history and the cultural impact of the Countach
From issue 44 of Lucire

 


Print’s the next big thing

With a web-savvy generation who know about Big Tech’s issues with privacy and surveillance, print magazines are looking like a great time-out from digital screens at every moment of the day. Jack Yan looks at the trends

 


Getting on the electric ladder

New Zealand’s best priced electric car is MG’s ZS EV. Is it a sensible way to get into emissions-free motoring? Jack Yan finds out
Photographed by Stuart Cowley

 


Enriching alternatives

An electric car with over 2,000 PS; a honey replacement; and familiar names moving upmarket mark out this month’s lifestyle products of distinction

 


Faithful with her environmental principles

Copacabana Beachwear founder Roxanna Faithful is putting her business mindset and love for the environment into an additional venture, as she tells Elyse Glickman

 


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Shoots galore from our wonderful team, Paris haute couture, La Katz going beyond sustainable, the incredible career of Victor de Souza, actress Rayana Ragan, Shiseido and Tory Burch teaming up, travel to San Antonio and a preview of three luxury European resorts—all in an issue’s work at Lucire

 


A choice cut

The best beef, like the ideal suit, is only as good its makers—and Genesee Valley Ranch is grade A above the rest
Photographed by David Hyde

 


Year of the ox

Top-of-the-line watches complement a very exclusive Lamborghini supercar in this month’s luxury round-up

 


Managing your New Year expectations and boosting your career in 2021

Those New Year resolutions feeling a little less viable this year? Peter Minkoff shares his advice for achieving your goals, and getting ahead in 2021
Main photograph by Priscilla du Preez/Unsplash

 


Rachel Hunter: an earth angel spreads her wings

After a multi-decade flight riding high as an international supermodel, New Zealand-born and bred Rachel Hunter came back to earth to embark on a journey of self-discovery, personal wellness and inner peace. She shares her discoveries about revitalization, reinvention and renewal with women everywhere through media, meditation, nutrition and yoga, reports Jody Miller

 


A creative instinct

Actress Joy Osmanski fell in love with the arts since she began ballet lessons at age three. Since then she’s become a busy working actress, with her latest role in the DC Universe series Stargirl. Jack Yan speaks with her
Photographed by Sarah Ford
First published in the October 2020 issue of
Lucire KSA

 


From scents to scenes

From a book of photographs from a quiet, pandemic-stricken Italy by our own travel editor, to a Bentley-branded paperweight and letter-opener, our gift selection this month is eclectic and tasteful

 


Small is beautiful

The Honda E is Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in for this year, the first Japanese winner of our annual accolade. Jack Yan explains why

 

 

Lucire 2020 | The global fashion magazineHack Is Back
After a successful serialization of travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel, The Hacker, earlier this year during lockdown in many countries, we follow up with its sequel, Hack Is Back, which picks up immediately after the conclusion of the earlier story about a young technology company located in Gurgaon, and continues to follow the lives and adventures of all the cast members. This time they’re mixed up with Israeli cybercriminals, Bitcoin ransoms and malware on smartphones
Who’s who | Chapters 1–3 | 4–7 | 8–11 | 12–15 | 16–19 | 20–3 | Acknowledgements

 


A model life

Tiana Pongs knows the modelling world inside out, from her 15-plus years in the industry as a sought-after, full-time professional. The model and actress tells us about her new book, Keep Smiling: a Career Guide for Models
First published in the September 2020 issue of Lucire KSA

 


Prompting a rethink

Our latest selection shows that many companies expected the 2020s to be a new decade of rethought and reshaped products, from the grille of the new Hyundai SUV to how you store your tea

 


Makers’ Mrkt: a celebration of the personal

Makers’ Mrkt is the antidote to mass production, with its personally curated selection of art, ceramics, fashion accessories, glassware, sculptures, vases and other artisan-made items. Lucire speaks to its founder, Kelly Thompson

 


Profoundly personal portraits

Jack Yan speaks with international photographer Aliona Kuznetsova, whose work first came to Lucire’s attention in the 2010s, embarks on a new book featuring over a decade of her work, telling a deeply personal story
Photographed by Aliona Kuznetsova
From issue 42 of Lucire

 


Smooth thinking

Whether it’s a smooth taste, a smooth ride, or a smooth design, Lola Cristall and Meg Hamilton have made a premium selection this month

 

 

Lucire 2020 | The global fashion magazineThe Hacker
For those facing an extended lockdown during the pandemic, have we a tale for you, serialized over the upcoming weeks. In the novel The Hacker, by travel editor Stanley Moss, all hell breaks loose at a struggling young Gurgaon-based software firm when Shaitan Vikram, one of its ex-employees and a psychopath hacker, swears to revenge his legitimate but ill-timed dismissal from the company rolls
Prologue | Chapters 1–4 | 5–8 | 9–12 | 13–16 | 17–20 | 21–2

 


Vanishing Earth

Artist Natalia Kapchuk’s work is a reminder of our society’s impact on our ecology, including the destruction of natural habitats. Elina Lukas checks out her latest project, The Lost Planet

 


Spending weekends with Cleo on Third

Elyse Glickman discusses Mediterranean cuisine with chef Jan Claudio of Cleo on Third in West Hollywood, who brings in his Puerto Rican heritage and combines it with executive chef Danny Elmaleh’s vision

 


 

 

 

 

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