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Diving in, head first: entrepreneur Joseph Andrews launches a people-powered enterprise that gives style-conscious guys the products they really want and thoughtful direction on how to look their best, reports Elyse Glickman

We continue our serialization of travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel Hack Is Back, his sequel to The Hacker. Chapters 4–7 are at and chapters 8–11 at

Versace Dylan Turquoise for her launching October 25; Hailey Bieber, Bella Hadid front campaign

Beauty round-up: Living Nature’s new releases, Lancôme grows its own roses

Gastro Garage: passing the torched—Adam Manacker and Stewart Levine rev up their one-of-a-kind ‘dinner and a show’ concept for diners looking to get out and explore something new after a subdued summer, reports Elyse Glickman

Happy birthday to us! Twenty-three years ago, we went live at midnight NZDT.

A model life: Tiana Pongs knows the 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

Campari aligns itself with cutting-edge creators in latest digital campaign

Prompting a rethink: 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

We serialize Stanley Moss’s Hack Is Back, picking up immediately after the conclusion of The Hacker, about a young technology company located in Gurgaon. Chapters 1 to 3 are online today:

Realizing your dreams: how does a successful London-based architect change career and become a shoe designer? Jack Yan talks to Jori Papa, whose unique designs have been winning acclaim internationally

Makers’ Mrkt—a celebration of the personal: Makers’ Mrkt is the antidote to mass production, with its personally curated selection of artisan-made items. Lucire speaks to its founder Kelly Thompson

Chanel retrospective opens at Paris’s Palais Galliera: Vanessa Paradis, Marion Cotillard, Angèle attend

Colourful and inclusive: clothes should empower and bring a smile to your face, and Adedoyin Okuleye’s Afrispec designs do just that. Bhavana Bhim speaks with the Nigerian-born, New Zealand-based designer

Bollinger releases No Time to Die limited-edition gift box, featuring James Bond and DB5

Song Weiling launches new Emporio Armani Meccanico skeleton watch collection on Tmall

Travelling back in time—the South Island to ourselves: COVID-19 has made driving through New Zealand pleasurable and easy, as Kip Brook embarks on a tour toward the Otago region

Arborea, Stanley Moss’s new novel written during the pandemic in Italy, out now

H&M Studio channels the 1970s, with Irina Shayk, Jameela Jamil, Sasha Lane, Indya Moore

A winning obsession: New York Cassie Carey is winning acclaim from her peers. She tells Lucire about her experience creating her successful entry at the North American Hairstyling Awards

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