Musings

“By The Sea”: A Reflection

In true Lujon style, this is not so much a review but a noting down of thoughts, a reflection, on the already quite forgotten 2015 film By The Sea. Written, directed and starring Angelina Jolie and her then husband, an underground indie actor called Brad Pitt. The film may have been criticised for championing style […]

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Fragrance, Musings

Last night I wore Musc Ravageur

“You smell divine” the host said while opening the door of his apartment to this cold wreck of a man. A waltz of raised eyebrows on my face and a quick detour to safer topics to avoid any comment on the fragrance I was actually wearing. I simply did not mean to smell divine. I […]

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Fragrance, Musings

Last night I wore Tsar

As I roll myself in bed, equipped with the pungent kind of headache that only gin is able to deliver as well as the sinewy rasp of an evening faultily spent in a smoking area somewhere in the far east of London, elegant whiffs of powdery soap levitate drowsily from my wrists: Last night I […]

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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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Musings

The all new Lujon Magazine: The Editor’s letter

So this is new. Beside the novel redesign of this humble International Style Publication, this is new because of the diversity of the contents we collectively decided to cater to our famished audience: In a world where girls on Instagram are busy taking self-portraits wearing £700 worth of DHL uniforms, we decided to cheerfully stop being […]

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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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