- magazine : Lucire
- numero : 32 - 2014
- date : 03 mars 2014
- catégorie : Art de vivre
Heel to toe, and up the boot I go
US West Coast Editor Elyse Glickman went the Appian way (with the help of TrenItalia and a Eurail Pass) to revisit Puglia, discover Calabria and embrace some of the quieter towns in the Veneto
Stanley Moss talks of the luxury living and the celebrated cuisine of the unique city of Marrakech, Morocco
The druglord rescued from hell
Lucire photographer Thomas Salme profiles author Jota Cardona, the colourful former druglord on whom he is making a documentary.
They should have known better
With every great Car to Be Seen in, there are those you should avoid. Jack Yan explains Lucire’s selection of the stylistically challenged
Welcome to the 21st century
Jack Yan names Lucire’s Car to Be Seen in for 2014, and it’s a very efficient and, some might say, controversial choice
Rue là là!
After a long run as a household name through CSI: Miami and All My Children, Eva La Rue takes time to enjoy setting up her own household and follow her other passions
- London fields
- The forest at midnight
The organic philosophy
Marta Maria Camara tells Geneviève Hole about her holistic approach to beautiful skin and her 100 per cent organic skin care range, Martina
Elyse Glickman says it’s love at first schmear with this luxurious skin care line from South Korea
A modernist autumn
Anna Deans looks at the first major autumn–winter 2014–15 shows on the calendar: the European sensibilities seen at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
Steph Lusted: the original
Jack Yan catches up with Steph Lusted, whose mastery captures emotions and moments in time in delicate, precious jewelry.
From Project to reality
On the eve of showing at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York, Geneviève Hole profiles Project Runway alumna Layana Aguilar
Anna Deans talks about the upcoming faces from the runways and sheds light on the modelling industry. What does it take to become a supermodel?