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Lucky Brand Clover #05
A style guide for culture lovers
December 2013
In this issue
Party People
Party People

Get your fashion fix for a very
festive December

Unzipped
Unzipped

Take denim from desk to deck
the halls in 7 easy pieces or less

instant update
Instant Update

Be bash-ready in seconds with
the easiest beauty trick ever

Behind the Scenes
Behind the scenes

Ever wonder what goes into a
legendary guitar?

Riveting Right Now
Riveting right now

Explore our art, music and
pop culture picks of the month

Ritual Habitual
Ritual habitual

Hang out with French indie band
Phoenix in Austin, Texas

Style Files
Style files

Steal style cues from a few of our
favorite scene stealers

Art of Community
Art of Community

Actress Kristen Bell brings luck
to those less fortunate

Indie Index
Indie index

Check out our cheat sheet to LA’s
most iconic rock n’ roll hangouts

Lucky Genes
Lucky genes

Meet Senior Design Director
Michelle McCormick

Local Loves
Local loves

Stay out late in Austin, Texas
with our food trucks guide

Steal a sartorial cue or two from our roundup of inimitable rock 'n' roll icons. Ritual Habitual Art of Community

Planning on a ridiculously rocking holiday? Funny thing, us too. When it comes to Christmas, you’ll find us decking the halls in destroyed denim. Black tie on New Year’s Eve? In our book, there’s no such thing. On that note, we’re taking our December inspiration from four unforgettable renegades.

Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger

With his exceedingly slim physique, anti-establishment androgyny and signature gyrating moves, Mick may very well have been the original master of the male skinny jean. A firm believer in the mystique of onstage antics, he wears his belief in the erotic power of down-and-out downtown fashion on his sleeves, never better than he does here, on the mic and all torn up.

Style match: The Devil May Care Denim Jacket

Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell

The poster child for the ‘60s dreamer, Mitchell is as unfailingly bare-faced as her songs are spare - both are wildly beautiful. From the thick fringe of bangs that falls across her eyes to the flared jeans she often wore onstage and the bell sleeved tops and dresses that accentuated her lean frame, she epitomizes the best of all things bohemian.

Style match: The Kick Around Kicks

Roger Daltry

Roger Daltry

With classic anthems like “My Generation” and “I Can See For Miles,” the voice of The Who has proved an uncanny knack for channeling soulful characters. After he ushered in the Mod craze of the mid-‘60s, Daltrey thumbed his nose at authority by wildly twirling his microphone onstage, and by making statements with his T-shirts that were almost as loud as The Who’s legendarily deafening concerts.

Style match: The Irreverent Tee

Cher

Cher

A hippie fashion-plate before hippies were even a thing, Cher has always infused her musical persona with her natural born sense of style. By the time she fell in love with Sonny Bono in her twenties, Cher was directing a team of teenage seamstresses to create the outfits she designed in the tiny Los Angeles apartment she shared with Sonny. Ever since, from Moonstruck to Mermaids and “Believe” she’s been defying established norms with her shapeshifting style.

Style match: The Unstoppable Jeans

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    Karin Cole

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