Watch it now Lucire is first. The full The One That I Want campaign film for Chanel No. 5, directed by Baz Luhrmann and starring supermodel Gisèle Bündchen, is on our website now, along with behind-the-scenes videos and interviews.


Nicky Hilton for Lucire Magazine, September 2005

Nicky Nice to see this one appear in Tumblr—takes us back!

Ending the night Keira Knightley in Chanel haute couture spring–summer 2014 at the Begin Again after-party at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend. Story here.


Edith Head

Icons The work of legendary Hollywood costume designer, Edith Head.

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Tom Ford, Keira Knightley and Scarlett Johansson also photographed by Annie Leibovitz. Who pulls it off better? #tomford #scarlettjohansson #keiraknightley #annieleibovitz

Tom, Keira and Scarlett One of the images of our era, from Vanity Fair in 2006.

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Today, we fight back Depending on where you are, you will see today on Lucire and related sites one of two campaign ads for the Day We Fight Back, a protest against government surveillance. We believe in your privacy, and we do not believe governments or corporations should have easy access to your private information. We urge you to sign the petition, or call your or email your representative.

The latest Google mishap We had wondered why our Feedburner RSS-feed stats at Lucire had gone way down. Here’s why: Google is serving completely the wrong site. We’ve had to change the links on our site today so that we no longer rely on Feedburner.

Candice gets the cover Just like 2013, Candice Swanepoel is Victoria’s Secret’s Swim’s first 2014 catalogue cover girl, photographed by Russell James. Full story here.

Our latest for summer A beautiful cover for Lucire issue 30, photographed by Dorit Thies. You can order your copy here (for print, tablet or PDF) and find out more about what’s inside this latest issue here.

Why was Lucire blacklisted by Google for six days?

Here’s a quick Q&A about the Google blacklisting this month.

Was Lucire hacked?
No. Our ad server was hacked, but our web team deleted all instances of the hack within hours on April 6. Everything was totally sewn up. In fact, Google itself gave our ad server domain the all-clear on April 6. For some reason, it wouldn’t give it to any other site that was linked to it.

Was I ever in danger of getting malware?
Only for those few hours on April 6, but if you have up-to-date antivirus, you should have been fine.

What code was put in?
We know the code directed people to another website where there was some kind of malicious software, but Google’s name is actually all over that code, too. You can judge for yourself in the third entry at this link.

Why did Google blacklist you for so long then?
This is the mystery. One expert tells us that Google reviews sites in five hours. Maybe it’s actually five days.
   The most innocent explanation is that Google’s malware bot doesn’t pick up the latest pages, but keeps reading old code. We brought this up in the Google forums, and that’s what they kept seeing internally. We’ve had our experts go through the site, we’ve had Sucuri go through the site, and we’ve had go through the site. Everyone has cleared us. No one has ever been able to see the malware code since our techs cleared it. Even the Google forum level 12 volunteer could not understand why Google kept boycotting us from its search results, and why Google told everyone that we were dirty.
   The less innocent explanation is that Google’s bot is corrupt. Google itself created code to spy on Apple Iphone users last year, which we expect its own bot did not pick up. So it seems that if Google makes malware, it’s OK.

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