Fall 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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in this issue

Cass BIRD PHOTOGRAPHER “A NEW ENERGY/A NEW WORLD” “Global style is when you put your heart into it.” Axle JOZEPH PHOTOGRAPHER “DREAMING IN COUTURE” “In a global world we share this sense of uniqueness. Irreverence is our tradition.” Pamela GOLBIN WRITER “PIERRE & SIMON” “In these uncertain times, Pierre Cardin’s conversation with Simon Porte Jacquemus was a moment that linked the golden age of couture with the flickering torch of the future.” Julie de LIBRAN STYLIST “TINA BY JULIE” “It is more important now than ever to make things that are timeless and crafted more responsibly. I have always liked classic style with a twist.” Trey LAIRD CREATIVE DIRECTOR “It was exciting to think about this issue as a new beginning. With so many challenges in the world, being able to focus on a fresh new energy brings a muchneeded spirit of optimism.”…

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what maisie knows

Last fall, Maisie Williams turned heads during Paris fashion week, wearing matching outfits (and makeup) with her boyfriend, Reuben Selby, while sitting front row at Thom Browne. This year, the actor spent her summer in Paris, building partnerships with brands such as Cartier, Jacquemus, Courrèges, and awaiting her next chapter: “As an actress, the best advice I received was to put my personality aside in order to find one that matches each role. In fashion, it’s different—you have to understand exactly who you are to be able to represent the brand and the look.” It’s nearly impossible to forget Arya Stark’s personality. The ruthless warrior Williams played on Game of Thrones for 8 seasons, from ages 13 to 21, was beloved among a cast of distinct, oversized personalities. Arya begins as…

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a fresh look

Lanvin’s Creative Director since 2019, 32-year-old Bruno Sialelli has succeeded in reviving one of the most storied French fashion houses thanks to a handful of collections, his fascinating stories, and his cinematic heroines. L’OFFICIEL: You grew up at La Cité Radieuse, the residential complex created by Le Corbusier in Marseille, south of France. Has that influenced your career as a designer? BRUNO SIALELLI: I think so. My parents chose to raise us in this extreme environment. My idea of “normal” was different. My preschool was on the 8th floor and all the activities were creative: acting, painting, or calligraphy. I was very hyperactive, so my parents were happy to send me to the movie theater, to the pool, or the gymnasium… all I had to do was move from one floor to…

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daily luxe

Long gone are the days when women waited for a lover or family member to gift them a piece of fine jewelry. Why not take the reins and choose a piece for yourself? Tiffany & Co., through the introduction of their new collection, Tiffany T1, begs the question. Tiffany T1 invites the wearer to consider adding extraordinary jewelry into daily rotation. Pairing graphic forms with elegant proportions, the collection takes everyday jewelry up a notch with the addition of diamonds intricately set in rose, yellow, and white gold. “At Tiffany, we believe that luxury should be effortless and irreverent,” says Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s Chief Artistic Officer. “Through these pieces, we convey that precious stones aren’t just for special occasions—they can be worn everyday as a celebration of yourself.” Whether you opt for a…

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dreaming in couture

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the coat’s the thing