Fashion

Prada Fall-Winter 2007: Ten years on

“It was, if I remember correctly, Miuccia Prada’s contemplations on a mountaineering woman of the 21st Century: An acknowledgment that on its own could conjure images of pragmatic athleisure or even of a naturalistic wholesomeness of some sort. Except it does not.”

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Fashion, Musings, Reads

Designer Ben Mak Takes Out The Marchesa

She used to stroll down the streets of Venice, he, the pavements of Liverpool. The twilight got them reunited at a time that stopped, stuck in between the first half of the twentieth century Europe and today’s hyper real global era. Two creative spirits sharing the same run towards a bewitching materialisation of their selves, […]

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Editorial, Fashion

Don’t cry out loud (just keep it inside)

Fashion is, in a nutshell, a very family-friendly way of dealing with the otherwise mysterious workings of desire. You have all of the salient plot-lines there, stylishly manicured on the shopfloor: The object, looking rather helpless on its shelf, the sense of ownership that any customer experienced when actually acquiring said object and the manipulative […]

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Fashion, Photography

Ryan Skelton’s Men in Pink

Here at The Lujon Magazine, we are big fans of Ryan Skelton’s photography, and that’s a fact. As we gently stalked his extremely well put-together Instagram, we just could not help but ask him to collaborate and let us publish some of his pictures: Photographies of people and bodies and clothes doted with that poignant delicacy […]

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Fashion, Review

Lujon’s top 5 shows from Fall-Winter

Isn’t Fashion too much? No, we mean it: Isn’t Fashion just tooo much? Thousands and thousands of shows piled up on top of each other from all the most glamorous cities of the world, displaying delightful frocks for any imaginable weather condition all at once. For example, any style-savvy individual knows that this is the […]

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Fashion, Inspiration

In praise of Natalia Pavlovna Paley’s legendary glamour

A professional fag-hag if there ever has been one, today we raise our glasses to the inimitable Princess Natalia Pavlovna Paley Countess von Hohenfelsen, first cousin of the Tzar Nicholas II and one-time wife of couturier Lucien Lelong. Born in Boulogne-sur-Seine (in a house formerly owned by Princess Zenaide Ivanovna Youssoupoff, nonetheless) on the 5th […]

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Editorial, Fashion

The Triptych: Eleganza

To celebrate the re-launch and re-design of our wonderful website, we decided to re-visit and re-interpret important imagery that has been linked to Lujon Magazine since our now legendary first issue. A Triptych of three of the main pillars this publication is all about: Gusto, Classe and Eleganza (Italian for Taste, Class and Elegance). First one up […]

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Daily, Fashion, Musings

The complete guide to fashion after-parties (in gifs)

OH! The joy of crashing a fashion after-party! Nothing could ever beat it, nothing! Fidgeting restlessly on your phone to look busy, striking up random conversations to pretend you know people, avoiding small talk like the Black Death. These are just a few of the little things that come with the sense of entitlement, that […]

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Fashion, Review

Spring Summer 2016 break-out supertrend: The loose ribbon

The trend machine that typically complements every new season of shows seems to have started early this time round. From the very early shows presented at New York fashion week we all had the chance to see the same, discreet detail transforming and adapting in pretty much every single collection that has been presented so […]

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