Editor in ChiefDarius Sanai is Editor in Chief of LUX and owner of parent company LUX Global Media. He is a consultant Editor in Chief at Condé Nast International and has launched and edited more than 25 media brands for Condé Nast over the past 15 years.
A renowned commentator on the luxury industry, he is a partner in Quartet Consulting, which advises UHNWIs and corporations. Darius is a regular speaker at Financial Times and wealth management conferences and sits on the board of several media and travel companies.
A former newspaper foreign correspondent and BBC World TV presenter, he read PPE at Oxford University (where he launched his first media company, and made his first loss) and collects fine wine, modern classic machines, and punk memorabilia.
LUX’s Creative Director Anton Jacques has spent over 20 years bringing his smart design thinking and creative direction to everything from best-selling magazines to prestige luxury brands.
Digital & Art Editor
Millie is responsible for commissioning, editing and designing all of the LUX’s digital content and collaborations. She also writes many of the print magazine’s art features, and is a regular contributor to numerous other arts publications.
Serena Hamilton worked for many years as a managing editor on numerous titles at Condé Nast, before joining LUX as managing editor. As well as co-ordinating editorial pages, Serena also works on the commercial side of the business.
Editor at Large
Gauhar Kapparova owns and runs luxury and fashion businesses and divides her time betwe en New York, London, Milan and Kazakhstan. She interviews leading figures in fashion, enterprise and style for LUX.
Chief Contributing Editor
Maryam Eisler is a London–based photographer and author. She regularly contributes phot ographic stories and artist interviews to LUX. She has also contributed photographically and editorially to Vanity Fair (‘On Art’ – UK), Harpers Bazaar Art, Harpers Bazaar Interiors and Vogue Arabia.
Simon de Pury
Auctioneer, art dealer, curator, photographer and DJ, Simon de Pury is one of the leadi ng figures in the art world. For LUX, he writes about the art market, emerging trends and digitalisation.
Maria is LUX’s Managing Editor. With over 20 years of experience, including 12 at Condé Nast Britain, she has coordinated projects from the worlds of luxury, fashion, business, travel, contemporary art.
Torri Mundell has been telling stories in print and online for almost 20 years, working as a writer and editor in the worlds of fashion, lifestyle and culture and creating content for newsstand magazines and luxury brands. She is currently a senior editor at Condé Nast and the commissioning editor at LUX.
Chief Sub Editor
Andrew trained and worked in art galleries and museums as a curator and keeper of fine art for a number of years before moving into academic and art publishing where he worked as a book editor, designer and typesetter. When not subbing for LUX, he continues to work as a freelance book designer and sub-editor for various clients, ranging from poetry publishers to lifestyle magazines.
MT is a London-based art advisor who started her career at Vogue in NYC. After working for various contemporary art galleries, she now consults private and corporate clients on all things art-related. Since 2018 she’s been running the Castel Caramel residency for contemporary artists in the South of France.
Sophie Neuendorf is Vice President at artnet, based between Madrid and New York. She re gularly contributes stories about the art market, digitalisation, and art as an asset class.
Simon joins the team as our resident life coach, writing a monthly column that provides practical and deep insight into positive behaviours and lifestyle habits. Over the course of his career, Simon has advised families, billionaires and royalty, helping them become more harmonious, united, purposeful and effective.
Candice graduated from the University of Nottingham having studied politics and interna tional relations. Her other major interests include art and fashion, and she worked at Paris Fashion Week in 2019. Keen to enter the media industry, she joined LUX in October 2020 as an editorial intern and is now assistant to the Editor in Chief as well as LUX’s first graduate trainee.
LUX has an annual graduate traineeship scheme for eligible recent graduates. Our trainees for 2020-21 have now been appointed. We will post details of our 2021-22 scheme here in due course.