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L'OFFICIEL USA

L'OFFICIEL USA

Winter 2020

L’Officiel USA share its international vision with a US audience. Combining both men’s and women’s fashion in a bi-monthly publication in conjunction with its digital platform, lofficielusa.com— which features daily, exclusive multi-media content—L’Officiel USA provides readers with the very best that fashion, art, music, film, and culture have to offer.

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Les Editions Jalou
Periodicidad:
Bimonthly
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1 min.
in this issue

Menelik PURYEAR PHOTOGRAPHER “Off Site” “We really wanted to work on something that captured the urban diaspora to the country and the new relaxed sense of the city.” David THIELEBEULE STYLIST “Off Site” “This story celebrates originality. Why not wear your cocktail frock on the farm and something pastoral in the city? When it comes to getting dressed there are no longer any rules.” Sam TAYLOR-JOHNSON PHOTOGRAPHER “Lily on the Beach” “I’ve been looking forward to working with Lily for some time. Working with Lily Collins on a Malibu beach sounds like a perfect day in these crazy times.” Charles TEYSSOU & Pierre-Aleandre MATEOS WRITERS “Breaking Through” and “Real World” “Our relationship to nature and the living is being radically altered in every possible field from philosophy to biology and aesthetics. Our discussions with artists Bianca Bondi and Rasmus Myrup will hopefully help to forge…

1 min.
rad tidings

ART DIRECTION: Giel Domen MODEL: Hannelore Knuts HAKIM MODEL MANAGEMENT HAIR: Joeri Rouffa using BALMAIN HAIR COUTURE and WELLA PROFESSIONALS MAKEUP: Liselotte Van Saarloos using MAC COSMETICS MOVEMENT DIRECTOR: Wim Vanlessen HAIR ASSISTANT: Joffrey Conings PHOTO ASSISTANTS: Annelien Geenen and Linde Stevens STYLIST ASSISTANT: Lyn Geven SPECIAL THANKS: Jean-Marc Mondelet…

1 min.
daily gratification

Since 1880, Cartier has made ordinary items extraordinary, from its first inkwells and fragrance bottles to crisp stationary and gilded lighters. In the 1930s, Louis Cartier—the grandson of the French maison’s founder—declared, “jewelry like ours is as capable of adorning a woman’s shoulders with a dazzling necklace as it is of filling her handbag with a powder compact, a mirror, a small comb, and even business cards, all stamped with the same seal of originality and art.”…

5 min.
blue chip bling

When considering the greatest artists of the 20th century, a lengthy list comes to mind: Pablo Picasso, Jeff Koons, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Fernand Leger, Man Ray, Damien Hirst, Pol Bury, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, Anish Kapoor, and so on. These are the great masters of American abstract art, the most renowned members of the Young British Artists, the legends of Cubism, the leaders of Surrealism, the references of Dadaism, the pioneers of virtual art, and the founders of Futurism. All have invented their own pictorial vocabulary, with each artist’s own radical glory spread through their paintings, their sculptures, and their photographs. Today these names are taking center stage once again in a Parisian salon—but for one day only. Transported via a single, modestly-sized box, 200 pieces from several dozen leading…

1 min.
time, light, space

Poliform pays tribute to the history of Made-in-Italy design while celebrating its 50-year anniversary with a photographic volume entitled Time, Light, Space, lensed by Paolo Roversi and published by Rizzoli. Through visuals from the fashion photographer, the book explores the aesthetics of the furniture company, tracing its evolution from traditional Italian craftsmanship to the contemporary. It’s a story with a proudly familiar DNA that originated as an artisan’s shop in 1942 and formally materialized as the Poliform brand in 1970 thanks to Aldo and Alberto Spinelli and Giovanni Anzani, who are still at the helm of the company today, as well as subsequent generations. The vision remains true to itself, starting from the functionality of the furniture to Poliform’s recognizable artistic design. Imprinted over the years by world-renowned designers and architects…

3 min.
mind to body

I WOULD LIKE to BE ABLE TO USE my BODY TO APPROPRIATE the SPACE THAT SURROUNDS IT and TRANSFORM IT into AN ARTISTIC SPACE. When Alice Pagani introduced herself to director Andrea De Sica at her audition for Baby, the hit Netflix teen drama in which she plays lead Ludovica Storti, she ended up flat on her face. “I wanted to be brave, but I was so embarrassed that I tripped and fell to the ground,” she tells L’OFFICIEL. Based on a true story, the show takes us into the world of two high schoolers living in Rome’s posh Parioli district. Bored with the bubble they were raised in, Ludovica and Chiara (played by Benedetta Porcaroli) become involved in a prostitution ring in an attempt to escape their ennui. “Ours is…