Nothing and everything, spiritual India has it all: is nothing and everything, and so much that leaves appreciating tourists utterly speechless, writes Kip Brook lucire.com/2018/1206vo0.shtml

Cinematic Out now, Lucire issue 39. Cover photographed and hair... dlvr.it/QrrXhz

And here is our latest issue! Read more about it, and how to order, at lucire.com/print

Le fabuleux destin d’Atelier Paulin: talking with Anne-Sophie Baillet, whose company’s bespoke make perfect gifts these holidays

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The lion roars with an American accent: launches the Acadia

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The rise and rise of Bench: from humble beginnings with a T-shirt business, to an empire that spans and beauty on a worldwide basis, Ben Chan tells @jackyan about his philosophy as Bench’s creative director

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The return of Snejana Onopka: the elusive Ukrainian supermodel exclusively talks to Reilly Sullivan about what’s next lucire.com/2018/1017ll0.shtml

To sir (Jonathan Gold), with love: Derek Poirier experiences a slimmed-down but sentimental reinvention of Taste of LA, one of the US’s pre-eminent food festivals

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The fall of the influencer: Lucire predicted the rise of the social influencer many years ago. But now that such ideas have mainstreamed, we’re less optimistic about their staying power lucire.com/2018/1011ll0.shtml

Spring 2019: creativity unleashed—collaborations, emerging labels, and old favourites all impressed Lola Cristall as she identifies her favourites from New York Fashion Week’s spring–summer 2019 looks
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Mad for : it might not have the same cachet as Paris or Milano, but Madrid has plenty of energy and colour to make it one to watch. We look at our favourites from its week

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Talking up a Blu streak: Elyse Glickman tries out the Blu Room’s light treatment technology lucire.com/2018/0930be0.shtml

WOW ’18 Once again, Lucire was the first to publish details of... dlvr.it/Qlg4hh

Natasha English and Tatyanna Meharry pick up their second World of Wearable Art Supreme Award

Lucire is first with all the results. Head here to find out more, including fashion editor Sopheak Seng’s favourites:

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The quiet achiever: we test the Commodore RS-V. Words by @jackyan, photos by Stuart Cowley

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